Supporting Academic Integrity Among EAL Students During COVID-19
Mar 31, 2020
ATESL Advocacy Committee’s Lemon-Aide: Resources for Teaching Online during the CoVid-19 pandemic.
Canadian ESL teachers are suddenly faced with the challenge of supporting our English Language Learners with online environments. Many of us are wondering how we can best support our learners when many of them have limited experience with technology and English. In response, many teachers have stepped forward to share free webinars on how to engage ESL learners online. ESL Teachers will be demonstrating tested technologies and teaching strategies that have worked with their own learners. Our current circumstances have given us lemons and we offer you lemon-aide.
Please join us for our online learning opportunities during the CoVid shut down. You can find more information on Tutela at https://tutela.ca/Events?content=atesl%20advocacy
Tuesday, March 31 2PM MST
Join us for a candid conversation about how to support EAL students learning ethically during the COVID-19 crisis. Find out what the research says about EAL students and breaches of academic integrity (e.g., academic misconduct), as well as how academic integrity looks different in online settings. Finally, bolster your understanding of predatory contract cheating companies who are poised to prey on students during this time, with EAL students being a prime target. This session will take a strengths-based approach, grounded in credible research. Our focus will be on advocating for student learning first and foremost.
ATESL Chapter: Provincial