Cast Your Vote for Showcase Proposals
Teachers Up is excited to announce 15 finalists for the showcase session at the Teachers Up 2022 Conference. We have received many excellent proposals, and it was a very difficult decision for the review committee to narrow the list down to these final 15. Help us choose the top eight projects to be showcased at the conference. Like/Love the favorite project by Sunday, August 7. Winners will be announced on Monday, August 8.
This activity encourages participants to apply what they have learned during any of the four Initiative Components in the production of e-learning content or any other type of strategies to teach English or to encourage students’ development. Submissions should demonstrate computer-assisted language learning (CALL) technology in teaching, for example, lessons using computers, software, websites, classroom tools, mobile devices, apps, digital resources, or online games. The content should aim at providing practice on either a language skill (listening, reading, speaking, or writing), on a language form (grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, spelling, etc.) or the development of social skills. The project can be designed individually or in a team of up to three members. The eight most relevant projects will be showcased at the Teachers Up Conference on August 13, 2022, from 10:00 am to 11:00 am (6 projects for the in-person option and 2 for the online option).
During the showcase session, each project will be provided with a table and a computer. Presenters can prepare a PowerPoint to present their projects to a small group of conference participants. They can show a video or any type of digital resources. Presenters can prepare handouts. (Teachers Up will make copies of the handouts for the presenters.)
Any teacher of English in El Salvador who has registered for the Teachers Up Initiave and has participated in any activities of the four components of the initiative.
How to Apply
Submit the following here:
Call for Showcase Proposals is Closed.
Disclaimer: This project was funded by a grant from the United States Department of State. The opinions, findings and conclusions stated herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Department of State.