THANK YOU for checking out the DIESOL podcast! We’re proud to be able to support the CATESOL annual conference, especially as we are all transitioning into our new world as digitally enhanced teachers! There is a LOT to learn, and we can have fun along the way. We hope the show will help you with your Professional Development journey, and we’re honored to be a part of it.

Brent & Ixchell

Co-hosts Brent & Ixchell have a special place in their hearts for CATESOL as both have been long-time members, and both have served actively on boards and for conferences; Brent for the Orange County Chapter, and Ixchell (before moving to Texas) for the Inland Empire Chapter.

We are both strong believers that technology provides equity and engagement to ELLs, and we hope that the show helps teachers understand how to use tools and techniques to better support their students.

Please feel free to reach out to us! We are here to help, and would love to hear from you.

👇Listen to the Show!👇

While you can start anywhere as you start to listen to the show, we are providing a couple of episodes below that have proven most popular or relevant at the moment.

How to Use Breakouts with Savyonne Steindler
(CATESOL 2020 exclusive pre-release)

As a thank you for checking out the DIESOL podcast, we are pre-releasing our next episode ONLY to CATESOL 2020 participants! Listen to former Orange County Chapter Coordinator Savyonne Steindler share practical advice on HOW TO USE BREAKOUTS to engage students.
This episode will be released publicly on October 19th

NOTE: Savyonne is presenting at CATESOL 2020! Check out her session with Krystal Suh on Sunday, October 11 at 12:30pm: Mining Tools to Minimize Tech Overload: Zoom, Canvas, Google Drive

Select Episodes:

Teaching ESOL Online with Denise Maduli-Williams

This is our most popular episode. Denise Maduli-Williams, winner of the Ron Lee Technology Award, helps us know where to get started!

Flipgrid for ELLs w/ Ann Kozma & Luis Oliveira

You’ve heard all about using Flipgrid, but there aren’t a lot of people talking about it in TESOL. Check out Educator Innovation Lead Ann Kozma and Flipgrid Ambassador Luis Oliveira share how you can use this awesome tool with ELLs

Jon Corippo on Eduprotocols in ESL

Eduprotocols have taken the EdTech world by storm, and Jon Corippo, co-author of the Eduprotocols Field Guide, has ideas on how to use them for TESOL. This episode is JAM PACKED with ideas, so you may need to listen more than once!

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