DescriptionClassrooms have changed completely in 2020, with many of us now teaching online or in a socially-distanced environment. Our students are now in masks, spaced far apart, or sitting behind a webcam (which may or may not be switched on!) In this session we’ll consider how these new restrictions affect grammar teaching, and we’ll look at some tips and strategies for ensuring success whether you’re teaching online or face-to-face.
This session will be delivered by Matthew Ellman, Professional Learning and Development Manager at Cambridge University Press. Matthew designs and delivers training for teachers, institutions and Ministries of Education around the world. He has worked as a teacher, trainer and training manager in the UK, Spain and Malaysia, and has delivered workshops and talks to teachers in a further 25 countries. Matthew is a committee member of the IATEFL Teacher Training and Education SIG and his research into teacher education practices won the British Council’s ELT Masters Dissertation Award at the 2018 ELTons. Find him on Twitter at @MatthewEllman
|Période||9 déc. 2020|
|Lieu||Cambridge, Royaume-UniAfficher sur la carte|
|Niveau de reconnaissance||International|