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Feb. 25, 2024

S4 8.0 Integrating Radio for Communication Proficiency

Join us to hear Juan Carlos Domingez, based in Cuba, as he shares an innovative technique of integrating radio into the English classroom. He shares weekly idiomatic expressions in the context of a conversation. Students are…
Feb. 11, 2024

S4 7.0 Conventional and Virtual Learning Spaces

Join us to hear Dr. Pankaj Mehrotra, an English teacher from Delhi, India, as he discusses conventional and virtual learning spaces and how they affect teacher–student and student–student interactions in the classroom. --- …
Feb. 4, 2024

S4 6.0 Challenges in Teaching Beginning Students in the U.S.

Join us to hear Sharifa Djurabaeva, an English teacher originally from Uzbekistan, who is currently teaching beginning newcomer high school students in Massachusetts. Sharifa will discuss the challenges she has faced and how…
Jan. 31, 2024

S4 5.0 The Experiential Learning Cycle: A Valuable Assessment Tool

Join us to hear Dilia Topham, a veteran Teacher-Trainer, currently working in Dushanbe,Tajikistan for the American Council, as she describes the Experiential Learning Cycle and gives examples of how it can be used by teacher…
Jan. 22, 2024

S4 4.0 Reading/Listening into EAP Speaking

Join us to hear Dr Arum Perwitasari, Academic Relations Lead at ETS Global, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, as she describes how to integrate reading or listening activities into speaking activities for English for Acad…
Jan. 15, 2024

S4 3.0 Sustainability and Green in ELT

Join us to hear Peter Holly, a freelancer based in Hungary, as he describes how to teach environmentalism and sustainability in English Language Teaching. He gives teachers tips and ideas on how to incorporate sustainability…

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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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