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S4 22.0 AI Competencies for English Language Teachers

Join us to hear Dr Tendai Charles, an Assistant Professor of Education at the British University in Dubai, as he explains what AI competencies English Language Teachers will need in the future. He also discusses what challeng...

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July 14, 2024

S4 22.0 AI Competencies for English Language Teachers

Join us to hear Dr Tendai Charles, an Assistant Professor of Education at the British University in Dubai, as he explains what AI competencies English Language Teachers will need in the future. He also discusses what challen…
July 7, 2024

S4 21.0 Teaching Multilingual Students

Join us to hear Naghmeh Babaee, a Liberal Studies Faculty at LaSalle College Vancouver, Canada, as she explains how teaching in a second language using multilingual students' first language aids instruction. She gives exampl…
June 30, 2024

S4 20.0 Contextualising Language with Visual Paralinguistics

Join us to hear Savannah Davis, an English as a Foreign Language teacher for adults in Malta. Savannah will be presenting ideas for using silent videos in the classroom to teach vocabulary and grammar. She gives advice on be…
June 23, 2024

S4 19.0 Teacher Self-Care

Join us to hear Seetha Saragan, a personal development trainer, lifestyleconsultant and motivational speaker based in Dubai, as she explains some strategies that educators can implement to incorporate self-care. She also giv…
June 16, 2024

S4 18.0 Educaplay Motivates Students

Join us to hear Siham Al-Aamri, a teacher at University of Technology and Applied Sciences - Ibra branch, Oman, as she explains how to use the Educaplay platform to enhance EFL learners' motivation to learn grammar. Educapla…
June 9, 2024

S4 17.0 Resources from EducationUSA

Join us to hear Karen Bauer, the regional manager of EducationUSA for the Middle East and North Africa, as she shares these valuable resources for studying in the United States: EducationUSA Website: https://educationusa.sta…

The Research Shows

Research (OECD, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2013) consistently states the importance of ongoing teacher training and development. We all know that “quality teaching is vital for improving student learning” (OECD, 2005), but many teachers do not have the opportunity to participate in ongoing professional development, nor the resources to fund further development and education.

 

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