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9:45 am - 10:45 am

The future of assessment is likely to involve a combination of technology and personalization. Online learning platforms and virtual reality may become more prevalent, allowing for greater access to education and the ability to learn at one's own pace. Additionally, there is an emphasis on "micro-credentials" or smaller, specialized certifications in place of traditional degrees. Artificial intelligence may also play a role in personalizing education and providing tailored assessment experiences. However, it is important to note that technology should be used to augment and support traditional teaching methods rather than replace them. Join us to explore together how these new realities can be integrated in our classrooms.

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The Future of ELL Assessment: New Realities
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11:30 am - 12:30 m

Join us for an insightful presentation aimed at highlighting the paramount significance of digital literacies, which empower educators to not only adapt but thrive within an ever-evolving digital landscape. Throughout this session, we will delve into a diverse spectrum of AI-powered web tools that have the potential to revolutionize your content creation in teaching. These tools provide a comprehensive 360° perspective on student engagement and learning outcomes, empowering you to make informed, data-driven decisions. The result? A more enriched and immersive educational experience for your students awaits, one where the boundaries of teaching and learning are redefined by the innovative potential of AI-driven technology.  

Jennifer Verschoor
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The Digital Literacy Revolution: AI-Powered Teaching and Learning 
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1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

As experienced teachers we find ourselves resourceful, thoughtful and confident enough about our teaching skill. There are several aspects of our career that still makes us feel a bit insecure, though. New groups, whether they are a completely new level or age, we are not used to, facing challenges of new trends, technology, starting a new job or being given new responsibilities. During this conference, we will delve into 10 practical steps we can take to enhance our professional development, keep learning, reduce anxiety and boost our teaching skills, consequently create a more positive learning environment in our classes and become a leader, not just an instructor.

Adhemir Saravia
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10 easy steps to keep yourself on your feet as an experienced (or not so experienced) teacher
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