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Termín:
24. 8. 2020 od 12 a/nebo od 17 hodin

Learning for themselves: putting the learner in the driver’s seat

Back to school or not back to school, that seems to be the question! It is still unsure what our classroom for the new school year will look like: face-to-face, online or maybe a bit of both?  Now, maybe even more so than ever, it is key that we prepare young learners to take the driver’s seat: we need to enable them to learn for themselves. This webinar will look at what learning independently means and the importance of it before exploring some practical ideas to support young learners in managing their own learning.

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O autorce

Anna Hasper

Anna is a primary-trained ELT teacher from New Zealand, currently based in Dubai. She has worked as a teacher of young learners and adults and is a teacher trainer on Cambridge accredited courses, face to face and online. She’s a self-confessed addict to learning and is passionate about enabling teachers to enhance effective learning for all learners. Anna regularly presents internationally and writes for English Teaching Professional and Modern English Teacher. Her special interests are teacher development, educational psychology and enhancing effective learning.

Termín:
25. 8. 2020 od 12 a/nebo od 19 hodin

Helping students progress: bridging the gap after lockdown

We’ve all taught classes and groups in which learners were not at the same level or had varied abilities; for instance, some were reading more slowly, or maybe some needed more time to complete tasks. This is becoming increasingly common in the current unstable situation caused by COVID-19 which made us all move our classes into the online environment. Will we be able to come back into the classrooms in September?

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O autorce

kateryna protsenko

Kateryna Protsenko is CELTA / Delta / CELT-P / CELT-S trainer and materials writer currently based in Kyiv, Ukraine where she is managing the Teacher Training Department at Grade Education Centre. Before joining the company, Kateryna worked in Turkey, Ukraine, Lebanon, Azerbaijan, Thailand, the UK and Greece where she trained teachers and trainers.

Termín:
26. 8. 2020 od 12 a/nebo 19 hodin

For teachers of Teenagers or Young Adults

Where are they now? – Assessing students’ needs and lacks

We assess students at different times for different reasons. But after a period of disruptions to our regular classes, it is more important than ever that we have a clearer idea of the gaps in their knowledge and what each student might be lacking in order to more effectively support them and enable them to get the most out of their classes. What are some of the different ways we can assess their current language ability and how can we find out about their needs so that we can better engage and motivate them?

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O autorcee

Chia Suan Chong 100

Chia Suan Chong is a writer, communication skills trainer and a teacher trainer. She is the author of Successful International Communication, and was English Teaching Professional’s award-winning resident blogger between 2012 and 2019. Currently based in York, Chia conducts a lot of training online and is a regular speaker on the Macmillan webinar series. Chia is also a material writer and has written extensively for the British Council’s Learn English website. She holds a DELTA and a Masters in Applied Linguistics and ELT.

Termín:
27. 8. 2020 od 12 a/nebo 19 hodin

For teachers of Teenagers or Young Adults

Improving motivation with Kahoots.

Whether you’re new to Kahoots or a regular user, these 10 useful Kahoot tips will help you get the most out of Kahoots with your classes. Come and join us to see how Kahoots can improve learning and engage teenage students. We’ll look at some of the ways we can use Kahoots to review language, assess students, encourage autonomy and energize classes. Come and motivate your students.

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O autorce

Maria Toth

Maria has been a writer, language teacher and games enthusiast for many years. She has co-authored several English language coursebooks and has published online resources for teachers. She now combines writing with teaching and educational consultancy work.

Termín:
28. 8. 2020 od 11 a/nebo 18 hodin

For teachers of Young Learners

No learner left behind - Bridging the gap after lockdown Share

Over the last few months we have found ourselves in the situation where we have been teaching children remotely using a variety of digital tools. Unfortunately, not all pupils have had access to online learning during this time and in this session we will be looking at strategies and practical activities to help young learners catch up.

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O autorce

Joanne Ramsden

Joanne works full time in a Spanish state school as part of the MECD-British Council Bilingual Project. She is currently teaching Science, Arts and Crafts and English Language in lower primary. She is the author of Macmillan Natural & Social Science1 & 2, Magic Phonics, and is also co-author of Play with Patch and Patch the Puppy 1 & 2 and Give me Five! levels 1-4. She has been involved in the local training programme for Bilingual Schools since it began in 2009 and has given training courses on Synthetic Phonics, CLIL methodology and Arts and Crafts both nationally and internationally.

Termín:
31. 8. 2020 od 12 a/nebo 18 hodin

For teachers of Young Learners

Maria Toth - Let’s Kahoot!

Whether you’re new to Kahoots or a regular user, these 15 useful Kahoot tips will help you get the most out of Kahoots with your classes. Come and join us to experience how Kahoots can improve learning and engage students. We’ll go over the how, when and where in this active session for English language Primary teachers. Be prepared to Kahoot.

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O autorce

Maria Toth

Maria has been a writer, language teacher and games enthusiast for many years. She has co-authored several English language coursebooks and has published online resources for teachers. She now combines writing with teaching and educational consultancy work.

Termín:
31. 8. 2020 od 16 hodin

For teachers of Teenagers and Young Adults

Five Keys to Developing Learner Independence Share

Whichever back-to-school scenario language learners are facing, they will almost certainly have fewer opportunities to engage in meaningful language use during class time, making it more important than ever for them to be effective independent learners. Yet simply setting independent learning activities is not enough and it is the teaching strategies that we use in-class to set up independent learning tasks that are key to facilitating learner independence.

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O autorovi

Mark Arthur

Mark has been working in ELT since 2000 as a teacher, teacher trainer, DOS, materials writer and now academic consultant. He holds the CertTESOL and DipTESOL from Trinity, and a degree from the University of Birmingham. His areas of interest include teaching with minimal resources, and blended learning.

Termín:
4. 9. 2020 od 11 a/nebo 16 hodin

For teachers of Teenagers or Young Adults

Befriending the anxious mind- a practical path to calm in the classroom

Clearly we are all living through turbulent times. Old ways of doing things are being moved aside for the “new normal”- which is also constantly changing. Strong emotions can arise such as anger, frustration, sadness and anxiety. So how can we best equip ourselves for this new reality as teachers? And how can we help both ourselves and our students stay present, in this ever-changing landscape?

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O autorce

Emma Reynolds

Emma Reynolds is an accredited Mindfulness teacher for adults (MBSR- Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) and for children through MiSP (Mindfulness in Schools Project UK). She gives talks and workshops on Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness in the classroom at schools and also at teachers’ conferences including APAC and ELT, Barcelona. She has written two articles for MacMillan on Mindfulness in schools and is happy to be back again offering webinars aimed at teachers of teenage students. Originally from the UK, she has lived in Spain for over 20 years.

Termín:
3. 9. 2020 od 15 a/nebo 18 hodin

For teachers of Young Learners

The New Normal & Your Student’s Social Emotional Experience

These pandemic times have added layers to the experience of students, teachers and parents.  Uncertainty and heightened stressors are the neutral settings for many today.  This webinar will define social emotional learning. It will predict behaviors in your students and the reason behind the behavior. It will identify the primary goal to have in supporting the social emotional experience of your students and the skills necessary to attain it.

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O autorce

Lina Acosta

Lina Acosta Sandaal, MA, LMFT is a psychotherapist, development expert and founder of Stop Parenting Alone, a parenting education and consulting program in Miami, FL. She is a human development expert for Telemundo’s national broadcasts and consultant for MomsRising, an advocacy group for family rights in our nation’s capital. Her mission is for all parents to fall in love with their parenting journey.