VWBPE Calendar

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Apr
4
Thu
2019
Quadrivium re:Visioning assessment
Apr 4 @ 01:00 PM – 01:50 PM

Moderator: Scott Grant (Kaylee West)
Assistant: Lynne Berrett (Lissena Resident)

Description: What are the challenges surrounding assessment as we move into the future? What are the current challenges? Are these the same? And if so, how will these be resolved? Join the discussion if you dare! Bring your ideas and an open mind as we explore this always challenging topic.

Accessibility: Voice & Transcriptionist

Apr
5
Fri
2019
KEYNOTE :: Teacher training within Virtual Worlds
Apr 5 @ 09:00 AM – 09:50 AM

Keynote Presenter: Dr. Tuncer Can, Istanbul University
https://vwbpe.org/conference/keynotes-and-speakers-2019
Description: This presentation will look at how training teachers within Virtual Worlds could enhance innovation in the class and change the lives of real people by ensuring them real jobs. The skills acquired within Virtual Worlds are also leading to more innovation in teachers’ professional lives which leads to life-long development as well. The presentation will also summarize the influence of EU funded projects like CAMELOT and GUINEVERE on the foreign language teacher development.

Location: Main Auditorium
Accessibility: Voice & Transcriptionist

 

GUINEVERE: Learn a language through games in virtual worlds
Apr 5 @ 12:00 PM – 12:50 PM

Presenters: Heike Philp (SL: Gwen Gwasi); Letizia Cinganotto
Description: Digital game-play has become a popular way of practising a language and many youngsters enjoy playing this in their spare time. EU funded project GUINEVERE (2017-2019) aims to demonstrate the potential of digital game-based learning in 3D immersive environments in order to improve teaching and learning outcomes in foreign languages.

The project team wishes to share their developed documents on game design and communication in Virtual Worlds.

Location: Lecture Area B
Accessibility: Voice and SpeakEasy HUD Tool

Quadrivium: Professional Learning Communities
Apr 5 @ 03:00 PM – 03:50 PM

Moderator: Dauna Kiser (Ghaelen D’Lareh)
Assistant: Marie Vans (amvans lapis)
Description: How do you benefit from from engagement with professional learning communities (PLC)? Are your PLCs physical or virtual? How is this connected to professional development?  Bring your ideas to this Quadrivium discussion and and help us explore the Who, What, When, Where, and Why of PLCs.

Location: Quadrivium
Accessibility: Voice & Transcriptionist

Apr
6
Sat
2019
Quadrivium: re:Visioning Technology
Apr 6 @ 03:00 PM – 03:50 PM

Moderator: Adrienne Pascal (SL)
Assistant: Elisa Segoni (Elektra Panthar)

Description: Where will the future of teaching and learning with technology take us? What should we do to prepare ourselves? Our students? How do you choose which technologies to incorporate into your practice? Bring your ideas as we re:Vision teaching and learning with technology.

Location: VWBPE Quadrivium
Accessibility: Voice & Transcriptionist