You've shown strong interest in seeing how teachers implement Word Inquiry in their classrooms.
You've joined the first-ever wordtorque online conference and seen how Word Inquiry educators develop their students’ orthographic understanding, knowledge and skills. You've picked up tips to get started or to further refine your practice. Now we'd like to give you the opportunity to meet face-to-face with our presenters to discuss the ideas they have shared with you and/or to show your appreciation for their efforts.
All Q&A sessions will be hosted on the Whova conference app and instructions will be provided via email for access prior to the day!
You can use this table effectively by identifying the speakers you'd like to meet with, and then check the local time that you'll be able to join them by clicking on the "Click Link To Your Local Time". It will convert Bangkok time to the time region your computer is set to and tell you both the local time and how long you still have to wait!
If you haven't registered for the conference yet...don't miss out! It runs until the middle of April and all presentations are available asynchronously on-demand - only the above Q&A sessions are synchronous.
USD $100 per participant (charged as HKD$780)
Accessible webpage of the List of Presenters
Accessible webpage of the List of Presentations
Downloadable .pdf of the List of Presentations
Here is a short video that takes you through the process of selecting and accessing the sessions you wish to attend:
Educators presenting at this conference include professionals working at the following schools from around the world:
- United Nations International School, Vietnam
- NIST International School, Thailand
- International School Bangkok, Thailand
- Bangkok Patana School, Thailand
- Hong Kong Academy, Hong Kong
- Renaissance College Hong Kong
- Kingston International School, Hong Kong
- Western Academy of Beijing, China
- International School Manila, Philippines
- Jakarta Intercultural School, Indonesia
- United World College of South East Asia, East Campus, Singapore
- Luanda International School, Angola
- International Community School Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
- Dresden International School, Germany
- American School of Warsaw, Poland
- Holy Trinity School, ACT Australia
- Torrens Primary School, ACT Australia
- Waimea Heights Public School, TAS Australia
- Arawang Primary School, ACT Australia
- The Nueva School, California USA
- Wildwood School, California USA
- Fenton Public Schools, Michigan USA
There are also a number of presentations by tutors who work with small groups or individual students.