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    2015 Designing Interaction for Online Language Learning

    • October 1-29, 2015
    • Project Lead(s): Julio Rodriguez & Song Jiang
    • Facilitator(s):

      Ellen Hart (Project Advisor), Bridget Beaver (Facilitator/Instructor), Stephen Tschudi (Staff/Presenter), Russ Suvorov (Staff/Presenter), Hui-Ya Chuang (Staff/Presenter), Julie Sykes (Presenter), Kathryn Murphy-Judy (Presenter), Marta González-Lloret (Presenter), Bonnie Youngs (Presenter), Robert Blake (Presenter), Karen Price (Presenter), Herman A. Hall IV (Presenter) 

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    Designed for in-service teachers of world languages in online environments, this course, offered in Fall 2015, focuses on the various kinds of interaction that take place in online language courses. While interaction is important in any online course, it deserves special attention in language courses, since communicative interaction is key to developing proficiency in a language. Successful completion of this course will earn a badge conferred by the National Foreign Language Resource Center (University of Hawai‘i). Badge earners from North Carolina Virtual Public School will be eligible to earn a Continuing Education Unit (CEU) towards maintaining their professional qualifications.  

    Webinar Dates

    Oct 1 | Oct 8 | Oct 15 | Oct 22 | Oct 29

    Thursdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m. (Eastern Time); 1:30-3:30 p.m. (Hawaii Time)


    Participants who completed the course will receive a CEU certificate and a digital badge. For more information, visit the Criteria page.