English Chat Information & Sign-Up
The North Dakota Council of Teachers of English and Prairie Public Broadcasting bring you bi-monthly ENGLISH CHATS. It's like having a virtual cup of coffee (or glass of wine/beer) with other English/speech/theatre teachers to talk about, share resources for, and generally geek out about the art of teaching English. Plus, you can get continuing education credit (see below for more details).
Join any chat with this Zoom link:
. Feel free to share the link with others!
Grade/Focus you teach
Monday, January 13 - 8:00-9:00pm CST: Developing Underdeveloped Conversation Skills
Monday, January 27 - 8:00-9:00pm CST: Expanding Listening and Speaking Abilities: Socratic Seminars and Philosophical Chairs
Monday, February 10 - 8:00-9:00pm CST: Teacher Wellness: How to Avoid and Deal with Teacher Burnout
Monday, February 24 - 8:00-9:00pm CST: Movement in the English classroom--How to utilize stations
Monday, March 9 - 8:00-9:00pm CST: Daily Independent Reading in the Classroom
Monday, March 23 - 8:00-9:00pm CST: Adolescent Literature in the ELA Classroom
Monday, April 6 - 8:00-9:00pm CST: Making Project-Based Learning Meaningful Through Research
Monday, April 20 - 8:00-9:00pm CST: Reflect and Project: Concluding the Year Well and Gearing Up for Summer!
Monday, May 4 - 8:00-9:00pm CST: Topic TBA
Have a chat request? Something you'd like to talk about? Share your ideas or questions here.
Weekly Webchat CREDIT INFORMATION
Sign-up for the Prairie Public Broadcasting Weekly Webchat credit (through NDSU, VCSU, UND, or DSU) then complete any combination of LIVE English chats or pre-recorded chats about various educational topics (15 hours = 1 credit). Mix and match topics to fit your needs, interests, and schedule. Credit available fall and spring semester. Only want to do the English chats? Accumulate hours this fall but sign up for the spring credit.
Class registration urls:
Pt 1 -
Pt 2 -
Class # 19608, code # TW741
DSU registration url:
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