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As a teacher, you've probably heard of Bloom’s Taxonomy and the idea of lower-order thinking skills (LOTS) and higher-order thinking skills (HOTS), but you may not be sure how to practically apply these concepts in the classroom.
As you’re developing lessons plans, how can your learning objectives and desired outcomes for students be mapped to create “scaffolded” lessons that challenge them to move from lower- to higher-order skills? And how can you check that students are achieving the objectives you’ve set forth?
Join Bridge’s expert panelists for answers to these questions and more about Bloom’s Taxonomy in the ESL classroom.
Can’t attend the live presentation? Don’t worry, all registrants receive free access to the recording within one to two business days!
Leah Donelson has been in the ELT field for 7 years. Based in the United States, she has experience teaching all ages and levels, in the U.S., Europe, and online. Currently, she is working as a freelance teacher online and teacher trainer. She has a BA in English Literature from the University of Colorado and holds CELTA and DELTA Module One certifications. She is currently working on completing the Trinity TESOL Diploma (DIPTESOL). She has experience in academic management, curriculum and program development, language assessment, and teacher training course development.
Karina Zew has been teaching English for over 30 years. She has taught all ages, ranging from three to 83, in schools, companies and institutes. Karina has also been a lecturer in several conferences about language learning and has developed material for special courses. She was the head trainer of Bridge’s IDELT course in Buenos Aires for over 10 years and is currently a TEFL Online tutor for Bridge, helping hundreds of teachers all over the world improve their teaching skills.
This panel is hosted by Erin Hernandez.
Erin Shaw Hernandez is president of Selnate International School, an online English language program based in Provo, Utah. She has traveled throughout South America and Europe and been working with English language programs as a teacher and administrator for over 10 years. She received BA Linguistics and MA TESOL degrees from Brigham Young University, and has extensive experience in curriculum and program development, teacher training, language assessment and program marketing.
With over 35 years in the language-education field, Bridge Education Group empowers a global community of English teachers at all stages of their careers. Our continually growing portfolio of TEFL/TESOL certification programs provides teachers with internationally-recognized credentials.
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