Week 1: Explore – This session will provide an overview of the course as well as an introduction to action research and the different stages of the action research cycle.
Week 2: Plan – In this session, participants will describe a classroom condition they would like to change – sometimes known as the problem – and develop a research question to guide their inquiry.
Week 3: Act – Participants will identify a change in their instructional practice designed to improve the classroom condition they have identified and develop a timeframe for implementation.
Week 4: Observe – In this session, participants will identify the types of data they will gather and the frequency of data collection.
The four-week break between Workshops 4 and 5 (October 5th to Noember 7th) enables participants to enact their plans and gather evidence.
Week 5: Reflect – Participants will consider resources for analyzing data and reflecting on the outcomes of their change in practice in order to revise their action research plan or create a new one.
Week 6: Present – This session will focus on conference presentation skills.
|Event End Date||11-15-2020|
|Registration Start Date||08-14-2020 8:00 pm|
|Cut off date||09-10-2020|
|Individual Price||Five hundred Vietnam dong|
Amy King is an English Language Fellow at Hanoi Metropolitan University. She has more than 20 years of experience in the field of English teaching and adult learning in the United States and overseas. She has facilitated workshops for English language teachers on topics, including Cooperative Learning, Formative Language Assessment, Project-Based Learning and Action Research. In the US, Ms. King has taught English as a Second Language in K-12 public schools, private language schools and adult education programs. Internationally, she has taught in both Slovakia and South Korea. In Slovakia, she was a visiting lecturer at Mateja Bela University in Banska Bystrica. In Korea, she worked at Shin-il High School as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant and at the Foreign Language Institute of Yonsei University in Seoul. She holds a BS in Speech and an MS in Journalism from Northwestern University. She earned a TESOL Certificate from American University in Washington, DC.