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CALL-IS Academic Session:

Project-Based Learning: Pedagogical Possibilities for Online, Mobile, and Blended Learning

Panelists (in order of presentation)
Christine Bauer-Ramazani: Project-Based Learning (PBL), Content-based Instruction (CBI), and CALL: A framework for English language teaching (ELT) and learning
Christine Sabieh: Blended settings provide effective PBL opportunities 
Sandy Wagner: Project-based Possibilities in Mobile Learning Environments 
J. Elliott Casal: PBL in a community/business context 
Christel Broady: PBL in Online Teacher Education Courses 
Christine Bauer-Ramazani: PBL, CBI, and CALL: Approaches to assessment

To listen to the 
Web cast recording
of the session,
click here

Session summary:

Project-based learning (PBL), a learner-centered approach to the active exploration of real-world problems, promotes the use of authentic resources, critical thinking , collaboration, alternative assessment in English language learning and teaching.  Discover how PBL can be facilitated in online, mobile, and blended learning environments by creating new possibilities for incorporating technology. 


Abstracts of my presentations:

Project-Based Learning (PBL), Content-based Instruction (CBI), and CALL: A framework for English language teaching (ELT) and learningChristine Bauer-Ramazani will introduce Project-Based Learning as an approach in education that lends itself well to increased focus on content in English language teaching and learning while leveraging technology to accomplish the goals. Examples will be given. 

PBL, CBI, and CALL: Approaches to assessment: Christine Bauer-Ramazani will focus on alternative means of assessment using technology to monitor and evaluate student learning outcomes. Examples will be given. 



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