Winter Teachers' Seminar

Saturday, January 27th at 14:00
Salesianos de Lisboa Auditorium

This event is free, but you must register to guarantee your space.

Join us for an afternoon of all things ELT!

This is not our traditional Autumn training, it’s even better! This year’s Winter Teacher training is sure to keep you warm over these next cold months, and provide inspiration on those dark, gloomy days 😊

More importantly, we will get the chance to mingle, collaborate, contribute, and share experiences with each other in the true spirit of Teacher Development. If you have missed it as much as we have, save the date, and join us Saturday the 27th of January to find out more about how you can take your students' skills to another level.

Agenda

  • Introduction 🎬 (+/- 30 minutes)
  • Engaging Young Learners 🧒 (+/- 60 minutes)
    • This session focuses on teaching classes where young learners are preparing for the Pre A1 Starters, A1 Movers and A2 Flyers. We will consider the aims of the exam courses as well as activities to make exam practice communicative and engaging.

  • Break ☕ (+/- 30 minutes)
    • Coffee, tea, cake and the opportunity to mingle and talk to our team.

  • Developing Writing Skills at C1 ✍ (+/- 60 minutes)
  • Questions & Close ❓ (+/- 20 minutes)

Speakers

Jonathan Munro

Centre Exams Manager at English Exam Centre

Jonathan, and the English Exam Centre team, will be there to help you with whatever you may need. Jonathan will also be starting the session off and giving you all the Cambridge English and English Exam Centre updates.

Introducing Jonathan Munro, an accomplished professional with over two decades of experience in English language assessment and education. As the Centre Exams Manager at English Exam Centre, he has played a crucial role in shaping the provision of English language assessment and learning. With a background in teaching and as a Cambridge English Speaking Examiner, his strong academic foundation, including an array of teaching qualifications as well as a Master's degree in Sociology of Contemporary Culture, makes him a dedicated educator and visionary strategist. His commitment to improving language education is evident through his active involvement in professional organizations and extensive portfolio of consultancy work.

Jonathan Munro is a true leader in the field, making a significant impact on the future of English language learning.


 

Jim Fuller

Teacher Educator | Director of Studies at The North Station Academy

Jim is a teacher, trainer, manager and blogger based in Zaragoza, Spain. He has been involved in ELT for over a decade and has had a long and varied experience in ELT. Starting in Bologna, where he taught various age groups while savoring Italy's culinary delights, he ended up in Almeria, becoming a teacher trainer for The North Station Academy in Zaragoza as well as for Cambridge University Press and Assessment. His passion for teacher education extends to his role as the admin coordinator of the TTEdSIG committee, making him a notable figure in the ELT community.

Jim has completed various development courses such as the Cambridge Delta and Train the Trainer, and he is currently completing his MA through NILE / University of Chichester. His interests lie in Second Language Teacher Education, Second Language Acquisition, and Task-Based Language Teaching.

Jim Fuller's unwavering passion for English Language Teaching continues to inspire and shape the future of education in remarkable ways and you can often find him blogging about his experiences at spongeelt.org.

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