8th June 2017
Deák téri Evangélikus Gimnázium,
Budapest, Sütő u. 1, 1052
16:00 - 16:50 Spiralling upwards, Steve Oakes
The spiral syllabus is fundamental to course design, but there are students who see the revision of language as repetition, and that’s not good for motivation. This session will give participants a better understanding of how the cyclical syllabus supports the learning process, and explore strategies teachers can use to maintain that all-important sense of progress. The workshop will offer lots of practical ideas and will draw on examples from Speakout 2nd edition as well as other sources.
16:50 - 17:00 Coffee break
17:00 - 17:50 Find your own way of teaching with technology, Marek Jędryka
Wondering how to place your students at the right level in a most time- and cost-effective way? Or maybe you’ve already done so and are now facing the challenge of managing homework day in day out? Whatever moment of the teaching process you’re at now, there’s technology to help you make the most of your teaching time! In the session we will be discussing the hottest teaching topics of these days, including mobile devices, managing homework to inform teaching, measuring progress effectively and providing objective and formative assessment to help personalize learning. That’s to name just a few.
Come to see more!
Please register at firstname.lastname@example.org