#Stay at Home, Continue to Learn Webinar- episode 3

After the successful completion of the first and second webinar, NELTA is conducting another webinar in partnership with the British Council. Please find the link below for registration to secure your participation.

Topic: Using audio visual resources to support remote teaching and learning

Webinar date: 6 August 2021 Time: 4:00-5:00 PM (Nepal Time)

Deadline for registration: 4PM, 05 August 2021

Registration link: https://forms.gle/xTxWkTTkHUP1jndA8


Ashok Sapkota is a teacher trainer, researcher and lecturer of English at department of English Education, Open and Distance Education Centre (ODEC),Tribhuvan University. He has completed his M.Phil in English Language Education from Kathmandu University, M.Ed from Tribhuvan University and short term training courses from University of Nevada, US and Online courses form University of Oregan, US. He is a Fullbright Teaching Excellence fellow 2014, US-sponsored by Department of Foreign and cultural affairs, United States. He has worked in the field of technology as a presenter, moderator, panelist in using different tech applications, webinars and conferences. He is a Microsoft certified trainer in the use of technology.

Vaishali Pradhan is currently the Head of English and Education at the British Council in Nepal. With a master's in mass communication and a Cambridge DELTA, she has over 14 years of experience developing and delivering projects with a focus on training teacher educators, primary and secondary level teachers and school leaders on English Language Teaching, 21st century skills, communicative teaching techniques and action research.

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Posted on :30th July, 2021
Posted by : NELTA
Updated at : 18th August, 2021

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