In this interactive workshop, we will explore the ways people prefer to receive and process new information (learning styles) and discuss how to design learning activities that address those preferences as students move through the stages of learning (learning cycle). Bring a lesson or topic to (re)design for the diverse learners in your classroom.
Presenter: Heidi Kempt Chew has been an English as a Second Language (ESL) professional for two decades, teaching academic courses as well as community/refugee classes. In addition, she has been as cross-cultural trainer conducting workshops for the International Student Services at the Case Western Reserve University and training volunteers working with international student groups at Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland State University. Heidi holds Masters Degrees in Theology, Journalism, and in Curriculum and Instruction-ESL. Her Ph.D. is in Secondary Education-ESL and Cross-Cultural Training.
Tea and Coffee Provided. Vending Machines Available.
Friday June 28, 2019 @ 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST
The Educational Services Center of Northeast Ohio
6393 Oak Tree Blvd
Independence, OH 44131