May 5th, Tuesday

How can we use future skills to unlock our young learners’ potential with Annie Altamirano

Communication, Collaboration, Critical and Creative thinking, the four C’s of future skills, long heralded as key competences learners need to acquire, are frequently embraced in theory but what happens in practice?

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May 5th, Tuesday

Taking Care of Yourself

Behind every lesson, exam, project, prepared meal or computer program stands a human being. Take care of him and you will witness flourishment. Forget about him and you will witness decay. The webinar offers an insight into possible actions that can be taken so that people gain, preserve and use the energy essential to functioning in times of isolation and online meetings.

Presented by Bartlomiej Janiak, Senior Assessment Advisor with Pearson Central and Eastern Europe

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May 5th, Tuesday

How to scaffold grammar in your classes to help teen students reach their goals with Elizabeth Beer

Teaching grammar to classes with different needs and language levels can be stressful for teachers, and sometimes uttering the dreaded ‘grammar’ word to your students can often cause them to close their ears to that part of the lesson. This session will guide you through the concept of scaffolding, which is to provide tasks and support so that students can understand and accomplish grammar goals more independently. 

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May 5th, Tuesday

How to put inquiry-based learning into practice, in the classroom and online with  Jeanne Perrett

How can we inspire our students? How can we build on their own interests and guide them through a path of learning? How can we show and share our own enthusiasm?

In this webinar, we will look at how we can encourage and then maintain a thirst for finding out, for learning, for acquiring knowledge and skills; a thirst which starts when our students are toddlers and ask ‘Why?’.

We will look at practical ideas and activities which work in large groups in classrooms and then think about how we can chaperone individual, online sessions.

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May 4th, Monday

How to scaffold grammar in your classes to help teen students reach their goals with Elizabeth Beer

Teaching grammar to classes with different needs and language levels can be stressful for teachers, and sometimes uttering the dreaded ‘grammar’ word to your students can often cause them to close their ears to that part of the lesson.

This session will guide you through the concept of scaffolding, which is to provide tasks and support so that students can understand and accomplish grammar goals more independently.

Recording


May 4th, Monday

Taking Care of Your Students

“If you do something for your students, then your students will do something for you.”

A good lesson is a place where the learning process takes place. Students leave a standard or an online classroom with the feeling of accomplishment and progress. Using high-quality materials is one thing. Next, there are unwritten rules to follow if we want our students to flourish, pass exams and develop good command of English. The webinar puts emphasis on these unwritten rules and shows how to implement them effectively in the learning process. 

Presented by Bartlomiej Janiak, Senior Assessment Advisor with Pearson Central and Eastern Europe

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May 4th, Monday

Opening plenary with Jeremy Harmer

Keep learning, and keep teaching with Pearson English Spring Days, an inspiring learning event designed to provide you with fresh ideas for now and the future.

Choose from over 40 sessions from 20 specialist speakers for professional development, expert advice, tips and conversation.

Recording


May 4th, Monday

How to Excel in PTE Academic Reading

The third session from our webinar series will be a discussion about PTE Academic reading section. We will provide guidance on the format of reading items and what is expected from the test taker, with some helpful tips.

Presented by Kasia Wojciechowska, Head of Test Development, High-stakes Tests at Pearson

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May 1st, Friday

Revision Strategies

So here we are: covering lesson’s material, going through units, taking tests and explaining nuts and bolts of the English language. What one needs essentially in order to succeed is the know-how of revision strategies. The knowledge of how, what and when in terms of revision exercises secures and enhances the learning process. Exam preparation needs revising as much as plants need water to grow. Use it effectively to ensure the learners’ success.

Presented by Bartlomiej Janiak, Senior Assessment Advisor with Pearson Central and Eastern Europe

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April 30th, Thursday

Preparing Writing

In this webinar we will look in detail at how to prepare students for the Writing tasks in PTE General.

Presented by David BoothDirector Test Development in the Pearson English Content division

Read more about how to develop writing skills for PTE General.

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April 30th, Thursday

Открываем новые перспективы в преподавании: преподавание дисциплин на английском языке в вузе

На вебинаре будет сделан общий обзор образовательных возможностей для вуза, которые предоставляют продукты Pearson из блока Higher Education.

Спикер: Асия Бурнашева, ведущий методист «Лэнгвидж.Просвещение», PTE and LCCI examiner, TKT Modules 1,2,3

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April 29th, Wednesday

Preparing Speaking

In this webinar we will look in detail at how to prepare students for the Speaking tasks in PTE General. Students can become very nervous in a Speaking exam and get stuck on a forgotten vocabulary item, or just run out of things to say. We will help you provide a scaffolding for the Speaking exam with best practice tips, activities and suggestions for additional speaking practice to ensure you have all the support you need to prepare students for the Speaking tasks in PTE General. 

Presented by Brigette Hughes, Pearson's Assessment Manager in Italy

 

Recording coming soon


April 28th, Tuesday

Preparing Listening

In this webinar we will look in detail at how to prepare students for the Listening tasks in PTE General. Listening questions are often the ones students find most difficult to answer when taking the exam. This is often because it is the speed of the recording that controls the interaction and students can’t ask the speaker to slow down. They may “freeze” due to not understanding a given word and miss parts of the text as a result. We will share best practice tips, activities and sources for additional listening practice to ensure you have all the support you need to prepare students for the Listening tasks in PTE General.

Presented by Brigette Hughes, Pearson's Assessment Manager in Italy

Read more about how to incorporate integrated skills into the classroom. 

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April 27th, Monday

How to Excel in PTE Academic Listening

This webinar will focus on the listening section of PTE Academic. We will present the section format, discuss the tasks, and give advice for test takers on practicing listening to English in academic settings. There will be some tips on what skills the tasks require from test-takers.

Presented by Peter Cormack, English Language Assessment Director at Pearson

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April 27th, Monday

Preparing Reading

In this webinar we will look in detail at how to prepare students for the Reading tasks in PTE General.

Presented by David BoothDirector Test Development in the Pearson English Content division

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April 24th, Friday

Paper 2, How It’s Scored (Vol 2) 

In the second session we look at the remaining two of the four tasks and the other three of the five qualitative traits. The two tasks covered in this session assess conversation with the interlocutor. These are section 11 – discussion (formal) – and section 13 – role play (everyday situation). By the end of the session, you will understand what the examiners are looking for in two tasks, and in the three remaining qualitative traits: Interaction, Range and Accuracy. 

Presented by Aline BoundySenior Examiner for the Pearson Test of English General Speaking Tests

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April 23rd, Thursday

Paper 2, How It’s Scored (Vol 1)

In the first session we look at two of the four tasks and two of the five qualitative traits, as well as the marking criteria grid. We examine two of the four tasks, which primarily test speaking, alone and at length. These are sections 10 and 12, personal information and describing a picture. By the end of the session, you will understand what the examiners are looking for in two tasks, and in two of the five qualitative traits: Phonological Control and Fluency. The other three qualitative traits are addressed in the session Paper 2, how it’s scored (Vol 2).

Presented by Aline BoundySenior Examiner for the Pearson Test of English General Speaking Tests

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April 23rd, Thursday

Смешанное обучение в высшем учебном заведении: онлайн-ресурсы Pearson для преподавателя английского языка

На вебинаре мы рассмотрим онлайн-компоненты учебных курсов по английскому языку для взрослых, а также возможности, которые они предоставляют преподавателю.

Спикер: Асия Бурнашева, ведущий методист «Лэнгвидж.Просвещение», PTE and LCCI examiner, TKT Modules 1,2,3

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April 22nd, Wednesday

Paper 1, How It’s Scored (Vol 2)

The second session engages with Tasks 8 and 9, focusing on what the two writing tasks are testing, and how they are marked. We will look at extracts from the marking criteria alongside some sample responses to consider the marks they have been awarded. As in the first session, approaches and tips are offered.

Presented by Faith KentPrincipal Examiner on Paper 1 of the PTE General

Recording coming soon


April 22nd, Wednesday

Experiences Mindfulness - Family Meditation: how to support your family’s mental health

Join Amy Malloy for a supportive exploration of how and why our family can respond in stressful times, with practical ideas and takeaways to help support positive mental health for the whole family.

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April 21st, Tuesday

Paper 1, How It’s Scored (Vol 1)

The focus of the first session is on Tasks 1-7 of Paper 1. We consider exactly what is being tested by each task as well as how it is marked, so that participants have an understanding of how marks are lost and gained. Suggested approaches to each task and tips for success will be presented.

Presented by Faith KentPrincipal Examiner on Paper 1 of the PTE General

Recording coming soon


April 20th, Monday

How to Excel in PTE Academic Speaking & Writing

The first session from PTE Academic webinar series starts with a general introduction to PTE Academic followed by a detailed discussion of each specific Speaking and Writing item types, what the test is looking for from the test takers and some helpful hints on how to ace this section.

Presented by David Booth, Director Test Development in the Pearson English Content division

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April 20th, Monday

An introduction to PTE General

Whether you’re a PTE General veteran or a novice, it’s always a good idea to refresh your knowledge and keep up to date with what’s new. In this webinar we will be looking over the exam format and some of the key features that differentiate PTE General from the rest. We will take you on a tour of the teacher’s resources available to you and look at how they can help you and your students get ready for exam day.

Presented by Ben Fedigan, Europe and Africa Project Manager for Pearson Test of English Academic

Recording coming soon


April 17th, Friday

Организация учебного процесса на платформе MyEnglishLab от А до Я

Приглашаем преподавателей, которые недавно познакомились с платформой MyEnglishLab и тех, кто давно использует ее в учебном процессе, на бесплатный онлайн-тренинг.

Спикер: Асия Бурнашева, ведущий методист «Лэнгвидж.Просвещение», PTE and LCCI examiner, TKT Modules 1,2,3

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April 17th, Friday

Как повысить доход языковой школы в летний период с помощью летних языковых программ

На вебинаре мы рассмотрим способы повысить продажи в языковых школах в летний период с помощью запуска летних языковых программ для учащихся от 7 до 13 лет.

Спикер: Елена Курганская, методист и teacher trainer Language.Prosveshcheniye PTE and LCCI examiner, TKT Modules 1,2,3

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April 17th, Friday

How to teach exam students online with Gold Experience? by Billie Jago

As lessons shift from the classroom to online, materials need to be adapted to suit our new environment. But, how can we maintain interactivity in lessons, and how can Pearson’s online resources help?

This webinar discusses using the Pearson online portal to deliver engaging online classes. We’ll look in detail at how to assign tasks, the student app, and how we can use Pearson’s online resources to encourage independent learning.

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April 9th, Thursday

Готовимся к новому учебному году в период неопределенности

Какой бы ни была ситуация в мире на данный момент, очевидно, что новому учебному году быть. И  именно сейчас есть время подготовиться к нему. На вебинаре мы рассмотрим варианты построения академической программы в формате традиционного, смешанного и дистанционного обучения для учащихся от 7 до 17 лет в зависимости от интенсивности и целей обучения.
Спикер: Елена Курганская, методист и teacher trainer Language.Prosveshcheniye

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April 2nd, Thursday

How to teach exam students online? by Billie Jago

During these uncertain times, many students and teachers are moving their classes online. But, what does this mean for exam students?
This webinar discusses the tools and strategies required to help motivate and maintain focus for exam students studying in an online classroom environment.
We’ll be looking at techniques on how to encourage student-directed learning (SDL) and self-motivation, as well as ways to assign tasks and give feedback.

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March, 27th Friday

Trading on Business and Partnering in English with Philip Warwick

In a global world where English is the language of commerce it’s important that we prepare students for the workplace. What employers are looking for is constantly evolving and if we don’t keep refining our courses to emphasize this then we’re doing our students a disservice. This session will look at the way we teach both English and Business and how to adapt this to the changing requirements of the 4thindustrial revolution. 

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March, 27th Friday

The Road Ahead and How to Get Students Across with Philip Warwick

The 21stcentury teacher needs to be an expert in modern methods and ensure that students are engaged and motivated to succeed in a changing world. To help with this, teachers need the right tools, especially at primary level. With considerations like CLIL, Gamification and Embodied learning it's easy to get lost in methodology and new approaches and lose sight of our learners' needs, this session looks at how we can incorporate modern ideas into our current classrooms.

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March 26th, Thursday

The Gift of Growth Mindset with Rachael Roberts

Learning to walk is not easy. Most children fall over plenty of times. But they rarely tell themselves that this is because they aren’t good at walking, or that they’ll never learn to walk so they may as well not try. Teenagers, however, tell themselves this kind of thing all the time. They have often lost the natural confidence and motivation to learn they had at primary school, and additionally, they may be worried about losing ‘face’ in front of their peers. If we can help our students to shift out of this kind of ‘fixed’ mindset and allow themselves to see challenges and even mistakes as a positive thing, we are giving them a gift which will help them to gain motivation, a sense of control over their own learning and ultimately greater success in school, and in later life. In this session we will explore practical ideas and activities to enable students to shift their mindset, take responsibility and build self-confidence.

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March 26th, Thursday

Письменная деловая коммуникация: способы формирования и оценки

Согласно результатам исследования, проведенного Национальной Ассоциацией колледжей и работодателей,73.4 % работодателей отдают предпочтение сотрудникам, которые демонстрируют отличные навыки письменной деловой коммуникации. На вебинаре мы рассмотрим эффективные приемы формирования навыков деловой переписки на примере учебного пособия Business Partner, и выработаем простой алгоритм подготовки к экзаменам по деловому английскому языку, предлагаемых Лондонской торгово-промышленной палатой.

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March, 26th Thursday

Testing Times in the Assessment Jungle with Philip Warwick

So, is it assessment for learning or of learning or even as learning? When should we do it and what is the purpose? It’s all very well highlighting buzzwords but without proper guidance it can be a bit of a minefield to navigate the correct classroom approach. In this session we aim to sharpen your knowledge with practical examples that you can easily incorporate into your teaching.

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March, 26th Thursday

Prepping and Propping – Supporting the Student Through Exam Season with Philip Warwick

When the exam date approaches motivation increases and students feel the pressure and crave support. As teachers we know that there is no magic fix to pass when the level isn’t there, but we can give them good strategies and study tips to consolidate what they know and push them over the line. This session will explore some of those tips and how to apply them practically in the classroom.

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March 25th, Wednesday

Social Responsibility

Social responsibility helps give people greater life satisfaction, better educational attainment, and more civic engagement. It’s also something that employers are coming to expect in their hires. Join us to discover more about this key life skill.

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March 24th, Tuesday

The Gift of Growth Mindset with Rachael Roberts

Learning to walk is not easy. Most children fall over plenty of times. But they rarely tell themselves that this is because they aren’t good at walking, or that they’ll never learn to walk so they may as well not try. Teenagers, however, tell themselves this kind of thing all the time. They have often lost the natural confidence and motivation to learn they had at primary school, and additionally, they may be worried about losing ‘face’ in front of their peers. If we can help our students to shift out of this kind of ‘fixed’ mindset and allow themselves to see challenges and even mistakes as a positive thing, we are giving them a gift which will help them to gain motivation, a sense of control over their own learning and ultimately greater success in school, and in later life. In this session we will explore practical ideas and activities to enable students to shift their mindset, take responsibility and build self-confidence.

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March 24th, Tuesday

Mentoring and Moulding the Modern Teenager with Phil Warwick

The days when language learning was just a memory exercise are long gone, we don’t need to create a generation of producers when we have machines that can do it far better than us. Instead we need to foster the creative, nurture the communicative and grow the individual. This is no mean feat, and in order to equip our students with the skills they need to succeed in the modern world, we should use materials that focus on life and career competencies that not only help the students pass exams but also transfer into the workplace and their future lives.

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March 24th, Tuesday

SURPRISOLOGY - Engineering the Unexpected in the Classroom with Magda Kania

The process of getting your teenage students’ attention (without getting frustrated) is challenging. And if you feel helpless sometimes, then you’re not alone.

Join this unpredictable session to learn how to engineer the unexpected and how to capture your students’ attention by turning ordinary into extraordinary. We will transform common language tasks into engaging activities, turn laborious activities into learning adventures and experiment with the usual to give you a handful of ideas to surprise your students with.

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March 23th, Monday

How to deliver an engaging online lesson to teenage learners? with Michael Brand

Teaching English online is already popular. For some teachers, recent developments have suddenly made it the new standard. But being thrown in at the deep end is never easy. In this webinar, we’ll look at how can we continue our lessons with teens in an online setting. We’ll consider planning, pre-lesson tasks and follow-up, digital delivery tools and platforms, the use of video and ways to build in interaction all with the aim of helping English teachers of teens to find their feet in the world of online teaching.

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March 20th, Friday

MyEnglishLab: Your Solution for Anytime, Anywhere Learning with Janay Phillips

MyEnglishLab, a Language Management System, provides solutions for distance learning, anytime, anywhere. This session will walk you through the steps of registering your product, creating a course, and utilizing the wide array of tools available within MyEnglishLab.

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March 20th, Friday

How to deliver an engaging online lesson to teenage learners? with Michael Brand

Teaching English online is already popular. For some teachers, recent developments have suddenly made it the new standard. But being thrown in at the deep end is never easy. In this webinar, we’ll look at how can we continue our lessons with teens in an online setting. We’ll consider planning, pre-lesson tasks and follow-up, digital delivery tools and platforms, the use of video and ways to build in interaction all with the aim of helping English teachers of teens to find their feet in the world of online teaching.

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March 19th, Thursday

Using Versant Placement Test as a Home-Based Assessment with Nick Laul

Is your program in need of a home-based testing solution that will allow you to assess your students’ English language skills if your primary test is not available? The Versant English Placement Test is a 4-skills test that can be taken by computer for admissions and program placement. With score mappings to common scales like GSE, CEFR and TOEFL, it is easier than ever to integrate results into your existing enrollment process. In this session you will learn about Versant Placement Test and how you can implement it with your program.

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March 19th, Thursday

MEDIATION: How to teach mediation to young learners

This webinar will explore the relevance of mediation for young learners and teens. We will consider the rationale for focusing on mediation activities as part of lifelong learning, and step by step approaches that acknowledge literacy development and general competences.

We will also explore how simple classroom routines can familiarise young learners with relevant principles, such as collaborating, presenting and explaining, and so lay the groundwork for the development of mediation skills over time. We will evaluate the relevance of mediation can-do statements to different age groups.

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March 18th, Wednesday

Distance Teaching and Learning: Useful Tips for Making it Work webinar with Dr Ken Beatty

In this webinar, Dr. Ken Beatty, an expert on online teaching and learning, will focus on the needs of teachers and learners of all ages and at all levels. He'll explore how to get organized, plan effectively, stay motivated and keep learners engaged and answer key questions about online distance learning.

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March 18th, Wednesday

Leadership

Increasingly recognized as a key 21st-century skill, leadership benefits learners throughout their lives. Join this webinar to discover more about what leadership is and how we can effectively teach it.

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March 17th, Tuesday

CAREER SKILLS: Teaching teamwork skills

In many ways a successful class is a successful team. The very best classes are collaborating, contributing, encouraging, helping, listening, negotiating, managing conflict, planning, problem solving and sharing ideas: all teamwork skills. In this webinar, Rachael Roberts will look at a range of practical activities to help your class bond better as a group, and to help individuals to both identify the strengths they can already bring to a team, and develop those they are not yet confident about. We will also look at ways of dealing with inevitable conflict in a team, and how to teach your students to learn to be able to deal with conflict appropriately and positively.

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March 12th, Thursday

MEDIATION: An introduction to teaching mediation

What is mediation in the CEFR? This session will introduce the broadened concept of mediation illustrated in the CEFR Companion Volume, and the insights it can provide for language learning and teaching. 

We will look at how the new descriptors for mediation expand and clarify this concept and its relevance to the needs of 21st century language learners. We will then consider how mediation is already an integral part of the communicative classroom, and how a conscious focus on mediation can enhance the personalisation of learning in an 'action-oriented approach'. This will be illustrated with some examples of relevant tasks and strategies. 

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March 11th, Wednesday

Self-management

Often a better predictor of a student's performance than IQ, self-management is a core skill that helps promote independence and determination. This webinar looks into ways we can help encourage it in our learners.

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March 11th, Wednesday

CLASSROOM MINDFULNESS: acceptance & compassion

In this third and last session of the webinar series, we’ll complete our understanding of mindfulness by looking at the third set of key concepts: acceptance of the present moment & compassion. With practical activities, guided meditations to try and handouts for use in class, this hands-on session could be the start of a calmer classroom.

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March 4th, Wednesday

Creativity

With the pace of innovation accelerating, creative skills are helping learners participate and succeed as they join the workforce. Join us to find out more about how we can teach and assess this valuable skill.

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March 3rd, Tuesday

CAREER SKILLS: Teaching leadership skills

Nowadays, the organisations are becoming ‘flatter’, and it is more and more common for everyone in a team to be asked to take on some kind of leadership role. These kinds of skills are invaluable for both work and study, and will considerably enhance your students’ employability in the future. In this webinar, Rachael Roberts will look at some ways in which you can integrate teaching or developing leadership skills into your usual classroom practice.

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February 27th, Thursday

Collaboration

As companies place more emphasis on team-based work, students who excel at collaboration are more likely to be valued applicants. Join us as we look at collaboration in more detail and how we can develop this skill in our students.

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February 26th, Wednesday

CLASSROOM MINDFULNESS: curiosity & observing thoughts

In this second session of the webinar series, we’ll develop our understanding of mindfulness further by looking at the second key concept of curiosity and learning to observe thoughts and feelings without attachment. With practical activities, guided meditations to try and handouts for use in class, this hands-on session could be the start of a calmer classroom. 

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February 25th, Tuesday

CAREER SKILLS: Teaching decision-making skills

As teachers, we can help our students learn how to make better choices, and how to go through an effective decision-making process. In this webinar, Rachael Roberts will teach you what such a decision-making process might look like, and how to pass on these skills to your students. We will also consider how to help your students understand themselves and their values more fully, how to think critically about the information available before making a decision, and to subsequently reflect on the process and the outcome.

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February 19th, Wednesday

Communication

Identified as one of the most important skills employers look for, communication is central to success in school, work, and life. We look closely at what it is and why it is often lacking in entry-level applicants.

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February 18th, Tuesday

CAREER SKILLS: Teaching planning, prioritizing and organizing skills

Employers are increasingly looking for self-starters who can be relied upon to manage their own time, plan and deliver work seamlessly. In this webinar, Rachael Roberts will look at some practical strategies that you, English teachers, can use to both get yourself more organised (and thus provide a better model for your students) and some activities which you can embed into a regular classroom practice to help your students improve their planning, prioritising and organising skills.

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February 12th, Wednesday

CLASSROOM MINDFULNESS: autopilot & focusing attention

This three-part webinar series explores the basic concepts of mindfulness training, with practical tools and understanding to help you bring mindfulness into your ELT classroom. We look at the science behind the exercises and introduce how to take students through a journey from mindless to mindful. 
In this first session, we’ll look at the first key concepts of automatic pilot and learning to focus the attention. With practical activities, guided meditations to try and handouts for use in class, this hands-on session could be the start of a calmer classroom.

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February 12th, Wednesday

Critical thinking

Sometimes known as higher-order thinking, critical thought is a highly desirable skill in the workplace. Join us as we look deeper into what it is, why it's essential, and how we can effectively teach and assess this skill in the classroom.

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February 11th, Tuesday

CAREER SKILLS: Teaching communication skills

Teaching English is not simply a matter of imparting knowledge to students. We are teaching a skill, and part of the skill of using a language is clearly being able to communicate effectively with others.In this webinar, Rachael Roberts will look at four aspects of communication skills, and at some practical ideas for teaching or developing these skills in the classroom.

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February 5th, Wednesday

Skills that make you employable: what we mean

A recent survey showed that only 11% of employers believe educational institutions are effectively preparing students for employment. Our first webinar looks at the crucial skills we're overlooking and what that means for education

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