Webinars are a convenient way to access high quality professional development from experts in English Language Teaching.
Learn about new concepts and theories in English Language Teaching.
Interact with trainers and authors, and have your questions answered.
Connect with teachers in other institutions, regions or countries.
Take part live, or access our library at a time that suits you.
OUP Webinars use software from Adobe Connect. There is no fee, or any particular software required in order for you to take part in a webinar. After registration you will receive an email 24 hours in advance of your webinar with a link to the webinar. Click the access link to take part in the webinar. You can join up to 30 minutes before the webinar begins. You will need speakers or headphones in order to hear what is being said, but you won’t need a webcam or microphone to take part.
CLIL – Content and Language Integrated Learning – is a “dual focus” methodology, fostering the development of language competences and the delivery of subject content at the same time. It referes to the learning of a curricular subject in a foreign language, with great advantages in terms of students’ learning outcomes and cognitive processesn. CLIL is spreading more and more, as an integrated part of school curricula in many countries. In order to implement this innovative approach, the role of teacher training is essential.
This EVO session is aimed at spreading CLIL methodology, combining teaching strategies and technical tools and eliciting reflections and discussions among teachers from all over the world. It is important to share good practices from the different countries and learn from other colleagues through synchronous and asynchronous web meetings.
The course consists of Webinars with national and international CLIL experts. To participate in these live events all you need is a pair of headphones with a microphone if you are going to intervene. The duration of the course is five weeks for a total of 50 hours and is recognized by #Miur.
Further, information will be provided before the start of the first lesson, however to stay updated and ask questions, participants are invited to join TECHNO-CLIL for EVO 2016 & 2017 Facebook group, which is administered by the teachers and researchers Daniela Cuccurullo and Letizia Cinganotto, who are also the organizers of the course.
Trinity College London is proud to broadcast a successful webinar about Christmas Teaching Activities. In this webinar you will be celebrating the festive season by looking at some classroom ideas and lots of web resources on the topic of Christmas. Your own experiences and thoughts about the festive season will enhance this webinar and will be a great opportunity to share resources, lesson ideas, warmers and fillers.
During the webinar you will focus on the opportunities that the theme of the Christmas offers English language teacher in the classroom to promote the active use of the language through the four teaching integrated skills of speaking & listening, and reading & writing.
Let’s celebrate the Christmas season by sharing some ideas and resources to use in class and on the festivities. Remember to bring your favourite Christmas activity along to share with us!
Trinity College London has launched BCELT (Building Communities of English Language Teachers) a virtual support environment for English language teachers. For those who prefer to work from home, in times more congenial to their work and family commitments, the e-learning platform (Building Communities of Inglese Language Teachers) offers a mine of resources for teaching and plenty of opportunities to talk with colleagues and e-tutors via Forums, Blogs, Webinars, Journey, Skype-chat and more.
By visiting this website, teachers can have access to a wide range of high quality resources including webinars and other online training activities for teachers of English of all levels. On BCELT you can also find journeys that explore ways of enhancing students performance in the English language, materials to assist in the delivery of Trinity’s English exams and a virtual space where you can share ideas and best practices with English teachers throughout Italy.
Find out more about upcoming online events on BCELT in the list below:
English Language Webinars
08.11.2016 – InformaGenitori – L’inglese che cresce con te
16.11.2016 – Ready, Steady, Exams! – ISE I Reading & Writing (B1)
23.11.2016 – Ready, Steady, Exams! – ISE I Speaking & Listening (B1)
27.11.2016 – Christmas Teaching Activities
30.11.2016 – Ready, Steady, Exams! – GESE 7-9 Topic Phase (B2)
28.09.2016 – Kick off to Trinity Exam Preparation
05.10.2016 – Ready, Steady Exams! – ISE II Reading & Writing (B2)
11.10.2016 – Informa Teachers – ISE, Inglese che cresce con te
12.10.2016 – Ready, Steady, Exams! – GESE Grades 1-3 (pre-A1 – A2)
Graded Examinations in Spoken English – Grades 1-4
Graded Examinations in Spoken English – Grades 5-8
Building on the success of last year’s Webinar series, Pearson ELT is ready to launch a new installment of professional development webinars October 17-21. Join in for a week of Professional Development webinars on a range of topics including academic skills for college transition, grammar practice techniques, English for academic purposes, and research support for learning objectives.
Webinars offer you the opportunity to:
Learn from Pearson ELT authors and instructional experts
Expand your knowledge on a variety of intriguing topics
Attend various live sessions with no registration fee
Receive a certificate of participation for each 1-hour session
Here is the full list ofwebinars and where to register.