Six Steps to Online Teaching

Periods
05.11.2021 - 18.12.2021
Fully booked
Seminarplan content

Date

Hours

Description

05.11.2021



 

 

18:15-19:00



 

 

Kick-off: Meet & Greet

During this optional welcome event, participants get to know each other and exchange ideas with the instructors regarding their expectations for the upcoming virtual seminar series.

 

06.11.2021





 

 

14:00-16:15





 

 

Step 1: Basics of online teaching
Scope: 3 teaching units

Teaching online. Live, asynchronous, with and without a learning management system (LMS). Which materials are suitable? How does my toolbox need to be equipped to get started? The first module focuses on the basics of virtual language teaching.

 

13.11.2021




 

 

10:00-11:30




 

 

Step 2: Online tools - targeted use - avoid overload
Scope: 2 teaching units

You will learn about different tools for synchronous and asynchronous teaching and, above all, how to use them sensibly and in a targeted manner. Because here too - less is sometimes more.

 

20.11.2021





 

 

14:00-16:15





 

 

Step 3: Additional activities for online lessons
Scope: 3 teaching units

In this module we will play through different activities that bring variety to virtual courses and enable efficient learning. We will work with activities designed to train the four skills and their combinations, without additional tools.

 

27.11.2021







 

 

14:00-16:15







 

 

Step 4: The role of the teacher in synchronous and asynchronous online teaching
Scope: 3 teaching units

Synchronous online teaching is subject to very different conditions than face-to-face teaching. In this module, we will delve into the specifics of digital teaching, especially with regard to your changed role and the specific challenges as far as moderation and tutoring of the lessons are concerned.

 

11.12.2021




 

 

14:00-18:25




 

 

Step 5: Your stage - your teaching ideas
Scope: 6 teaching units

This day is designed by the participants. In the last weeks, you have each planned a teaching sequence in teams of two and now present a small excerpt of it to your colleagues and trainers.

 

18.12.2021






 

14:00-15:30






 

Step 6: Evaluation and feedback
Scope: 2 teaching units

Learning from each other. The focus is on feedback regarding your self-designed teaching units. In exchange with the other participants, you evaluate what you have learned and reflect as a team on how this will affect your future lessons.
 

14.01.2022 - 26.02.2022
Registration open
Seminarplan content

Date

Hours

Description

14.01.2022



 

 

18:15-19:00



 

 

Kick-off: Meet & Greet

During this optional welcome event, participants get to know each other and exchange ideas with the instructors regarding their expectations for the upcoming virtual seminar series.

 

15.01.2022





 

 

14:00-16:15





 

 

Step 1: Basics of online teaching
Scope: 3 teaching units

Teaching online. Live, asynchronous, with and without a learning management system (LMS). Which materials are suitable? How does my toolbox need to be equipped to get started? The first module focuses on the basics of virtual language teaching.

 

22.01.2022




 

 

14:00-15:30




 

 

Step 2: Online tools - targeted use - avoid overload
Scope: 3 teaching units

You will learn about different tools for synchronous and asynchronous teaching and, above all, how to use them sensibly and in a targeted manner. Because here too - less is sometimes more.

 

29.01.2022





 

 

14:00-16:15





 

 

Step 3: Additional activities for online lessons
Scope: 3 teaching units

In this module we will play through different activities that bring variety to virtual courses and enable efficient learning. We will work with activities designed to train the four skills and their combinations, without additional tools.

 

05.02.2022







 

 

14:00-16:15







 

 

Step 4: The role of the teacher in synchronous and asynchronous online teaching
Scope: 3 teaching units

Synchronous online teaching is subject to very different conditions than face-to-face teaching. In this module, we will delve into the specifics of digital teaching, especially with regard to your changed role and the specific challenges as far as moderation and tutoring of the lessons are concerned.

 

19.02.2022




 

 

14:00-18:30




 

 

Step 5: Your stage - your teaching ideas
Scope: 6 teaching units

This day is designed by the participants. In the last weeks, you have each planned a teaching sequence in teams of two and now present a small excerpt of it to your colleagues and trainers.

 

26.02.2022






 

14:00-15:30






 

Step 6: Evaluation and feedback
Scope: 2 teaching units

Learning from each other. The focus is on feedback regarding your self-designed teaching units. In exchange with the other participants, you evaluate what you have learned and reflect as a team on how this will affect your future lessons.
 

11.03.2022 - 30.04.2022
Registration open
Seminarplan content

Date

Hours

Description

11.03.2022



 

 

18:15-19:00



 

 

Kick-off: Meet & Greet

During this optional welcome event, participants get to know each other and exchange ideas with the instructors regarding their expectations for the upcoming virtual seminar series.

 

12.03.2022





 

 

14:00-16:15





 

 

Step 1: Basics of online teaching
Scope: 3 teaching units

Teaching online. Live, asynchronous, with and without a learning management system (LMS). Which materials are suitable? How does my toolbox need to be equipped to get started? The first module focuses on the basics of virtual language teaching.

 

19.03.2022




 

 

14:00-15:30




 

 

Step 2: Online tools - targeted use - avoid overload
Scope: 3 teaching units

You will learn about different tools for synchronous and asynchronous teaching and, above all, how to use them sensibly and in a targeted manner. Because here too - less is sometimes more.

 

26.03.2022





 

 

14:00-16:15





 

 

Step 3: Additional activities for online lessons
Scope: 3 teaching units

In this module we will play through different activities that bring variety to virtual courses and enable efficient learning. We will work with activities designed to train the four skills and their combinations, without additional tools.

 

02.04.2022







 

 

14:00-16:15







 

 

Step 4: The role of the teacher in synchronous and asynchronous online teaching
Scope: 3 teaching units

Synchronous online teaching is subject to very different conditions than face-to-face teaching. In this module, we will delve into the specifics of digital teaching, especially with regard to your changed role and the specific challenges as far as moderation and tutoring of the lessons are concerned.

 

23.04.2022




 

 

14:00-18:30




 

 

Step 5: Your stage - your teaching ideas
Scope: 6 teaching units

This day is designed by the participants. In the last weeks, you have each planned a teaching sequence in teams of two and now present a small excerpt of it to your colleagues and trainers.

 

30.04.2022






 

14:00-15:30






 

Step 6: Evaluation and feedback
Scope: 2 teaching units

Learning from each other. The focus is on feedback regarding your self-designed teaching units. In exchange with the other participants, you evaluate what you have learned and reflect as a team on how this will affect your future lessons.

12.05.2022 - 08.07.2022
Registration open
Seminarplan content

Date

Hours

Description

12.05.2022



 

 

18:15-19:00



 

 

Kick-off: Meet & Greet

During this optional welcome event, participants get to know each other and exchange ideas with the instructors regarding their expectations for the upcoming virtual seminar series.

 

13.05.2022





 

 

14:00-16:15





 

 

Step 1: Basics of online teaching
Scope: 3 teaching units

Teaching online. Live, asynchronous, with and without a learning management system (LMS). Which materials are suitable? How does my toolbox need to be equipped to get started? The first module focuses on the basics of virtual language teaching.

 

20.05.2022




 

 

14:00-15:30




 

 

Step 2: Online tools - targeted use - avoid overload
Scope: 3 teaching units

You will learn about different tools for synchronous and asynchronous teaching and, above all, how to use them sensibly and in a targeted manner. Because here too - less is sometimes more.

 

27.05.2022





 

 

14:00-16:15





 

 

Step 3: Additional activities for online lessons
Scope: 3 teaching units

In this module we will play through different activities that bring variety to virtual courses and enable efficient learning. We will work with activities designed to train the four skills and their combinations, without additional tools.

 

17.06.2022







 

 

14:00-16:15







 

 

Step 4: The role of the teacher in synchronous and asynchronous online teaching
Scope: 3 teaching units

Synchronous online teaching is subject to very different conditions than face-to-face teaching. In this module, we will delve into the specifics of digital teaching, especially with regard to your changed role and the specific challenges as far as moderation and tutoring of the lessons are concerned.

 

01.07.2022




 

 

14:00-18:30




 

 

Step 5: Your stage - your teaching ideas
Scope: 6 teaching units

This day is designed by the participants. In the last weeks, you have each planned a teaching sequence in teams of two and now present a small excerpt of it to your colleagues and trainers.

 

08.07.2022






 

14:00-15:30






 

Step 6: Evaluation and feedback
Scope: 2 teaching units

Learning from each other. The focus is on feedback regarding your self-designed teaching units. In exchange with the other participants, you evaluate what you have learned and reflect as a team on how this will affect your future lessons.

Scope
6 meetings / 20 teaching units
Speakers
Olga Godoy & Maike Lechner El-Kehal
Language of instruction
German
Seminar fee
€350

You have already made first experiences in teaching foreign languages online? Lesson planning, an action-oriented approach and collaborative work are not just empty phrases for you? You are familiar with several apps and tools that can be used in online teaching, but sometimes you wonder if less is more?

You would like to expand your competencies as an online language trainer and have them documented? Then mint and our Six Steps to Online Teaching series are suitable for you.

In 6 consecutive modules, you will work in a small group to develop profound basic competencies for designing your language teaching in online, blended or hybrid scenarios in a meaningful, lively, interactive and action-oriented way, while responding to the needs of the learners in the best possible manner. The individual sessions are designed to be interactive. Regular attendance, active involvement and thorough follow-up are prerequisites for successful participation in the seminar series and receipt of the certificate of completion.

Your two instructors are experienced online trainers who have been teaching (not only) virtually for several years and regularly qualify teachers worldwide. You can watch a first topic-related introduction by Olga Godoy here.

If you are interested in signing up and would first like to get a more detailed assessment of your current digital competence, we recommend using the DigCompEdu Check-In offer: This way, you can easily test your personal level of knowledge free of charge. Our seminar series is suitable for everyone who reaches at least level B1 in this self-test.
We also provide a small quiz including an answer section for further self-assessment.

The seminar series is aimed at teachers of foreign languages in general - not exclusively in the field of German as a foreign language. The language of instruction is German. Thus, German language skills on the minimum level B2 according to the CEFR are required.

The detailed seminar schedule of your preferred run can be opened by clicking on the link in the upper part of this webpage. All times refer to German time (Central European Time). Technical requirements for participation are stable internet, a PC, laptop or tablet, a camera and a microphone (we recommend using a headset).

You can register for Six Steps to Online Teaching right here by filling out the form. Please note: Places are limited!


 

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The seminar language is German. Unless you are a native speaker, you need verifiable knowledge of German at level B2 (or higher). Please provide information to prove your B2 knowledge.

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