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Seoul Chapter February Workshop

Date: 
Saturday, February 20, 2016 -
15:00 to 17:00
Location: 
Injaegwon, Sookmyung Women's University
South Korea
KR

Topic: "The Psychology of Language Teaching"
by Josephine Angus, Namseoul University

Date/Time: February 20 (Saturday, 3-5PM)

Venue: Rm. 105, Injaegwan (Sookmyung Professional Center),Sookmyung Women’s
University, Seoul, South Korea (https://koreatesol.org/content/workshop-directions)

President/Workshop Coordinator: Dr. Ian Done D. Ramos/workshop@seoulkotesol.org
president@seoulkotesol.org / professionalworkian@gmail.com
For more information, visit our website - http://www.koreatesol.org/seoul

Abstract
These days, more focus and importance is given on identifying students’ learning styles as a basis for providing responsive instruction. Studies conducted by teaching and learning psychologists demonstrate how students learn better in certain settings with certain types of instructions and certain types of instructors. In this workshop, we will explore about students’ different learning styles. And with reference to Psychology’s principles of learning, we will then discuss ways in which we can enhance our teaching strategies in an EFL classroom. This workshop will be interactive, involving pair or small group work. The participants will analyze some case samples of different classroom situations. In addition, the same groups will brainstorm effective teaching strategies for these cases following principles of learning taken up earlier. There will be a powerpoint presentation as part of the workshop. Handouts will be provided containing workshop case samples. There will be a short question and answer session following the workshop.

Biography
Josephine Gamboa-Angus is an assistant professor of the Department of General Education at Namseoul University, Cheonan. Before coming to Korea in 2014, she had taught psychology and ESL courses in various universities in the Philippines from 2002. Angus completed her Master’s degree in Psychology at the University of San Jose-Recoletos, and her bachelor’s degree at the University of the Philippines. Her academic interests include student motivation and processes of learning. She can be contacted by email at angus.josephine@gmail.com.
 

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