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.
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.