What’s New in American English

The theme for April on our American English at State Facebook page is Digital Literacy. On the American English for Educators Facebook page the theme for April is Online Assessment.

On our American English for Educators Facebook page the American English live Teacher Development Series 10 will have it’s next session on Wednesday, April 7. The sixth session, “Effective Assessment Practices for Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning in an Online Environment” will take place at 8am and 1pm ET. Promotional graphics and discussion posts are included with this week’s materials.

Our American English YouTube channel is an outstanding resource for English language teaching and learning.  Check out our new featured animated video about Password Security. How do you teach your students about digital citizenship? Listen to this conversation in a classroom about how students can protect their passwords.

On the American English at State Facebook Page our next Faces and Places interview will go live on Tuesday, April 13 th, at 11 a.m. DC time. A promotional graphic will be included in next week’s materials. All previous Faces and Places interviews can be found in Box.

The final issue of 2020 of the English Teaching Forum is now available on the American English website.

Online Professional English Network (OPEN) MOOCs: English for Media LiteracyEnglish for Business & Entrepreneurship, & English for Journalism are open for enrollment.  Participants can enroll in these courses until April 23, 2021More details about all MOOCs and links can be found below.

American English for Educators Facebook Page
Description: The American English for Educators Facebook Page is aimed toward engaging English language teachers around the world.
April’s Theme: Online Assessment

American English YouTube Channel
Our American English YouTube channel is an outstanding resource for English language teaching and learning. The channel has a total of 765 videos, divided into sections aimed at English language learners and English language teachers.
We encourage you to use these resources freely and to invite teachers colleagues.