#Stay at Home, Continue to Learn Webinar- episode 2
After the successful completion of the first webinar, NELTA is conducting another webinar in partnership with the British Council. Please find the link below for registration to secure your participation.
Topic: How can parents and caregivers support remote learning at home?
Date: 2nd July 2021 (4:00-5:00 PM/ Nepal time)
Deadline for registration: 1st July 2021 (4:00 PM/ Nepal time)
Link for registration: https://forms.gle/SANC3pXhDRGyx3cz6
Professor Laxman Gnawali PhD leads English language teacher education programmes at Kathmandu University. He taught English language at primary, secondary and tertiary levels in rural and urban parts of Nepal for fifteen years. After his graduate studies in Teacher Training for ELT at the University of Exeter, UK as Hornby Scholar, he came to the field of teacher education and training. He played a key role in integrating ICT and digital technologies and setting up online mode of delivery of the teacher education programmes of the University. He is widely published in the areas of language pedagogy, teacher professional networking, and ICT integration among others. A key figure in language teacher education in Nepal, Dr. Gnawali has a repute in and outside Nepal for his inspiring conference talks and webinar presentations. He currently serves NELTA as its Senior Vice President.
Andrew Foster is Senior Academic Manager for the British Council’s Teaching for Success, Tunisia project, which supports learners’ development of life skills and English language. He has previously worked for the British Council for language learning and teaching in southern India and Palestine. Prior to that he taught English in South East Asia, South America and Europe. He has a Master’s in Education, MA in Social Anthropology and the Trinity Diploma in TESOL
Posted on :25th June, 2021
Posted by : NELTA
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