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Lewis Lansford, co-author of Keynote, winner of the 2016 British Council ELTon award for Excellence in Course Innovation, looks at how teachers can help students at every level to engage with authentic input. Using TED Talks, he’ll look at brain science related to listening and offer practical tips for creating success-oriented lessons at any level.
In this webinar recording, Sarah Priestley looks at key steps and effective tools to use when mentoring and supporting teachers.
In this webinar recording from Saturday 19 November, Jason Anderson, winner of the 2016 British Council ELTon award for Local Innovation, explores how teachers of English working in large classes can develop local solutions to the challenges they face, by collaborating with colleagues in their school community and wider social environment.
In this webinar recording the presenters review the concept of reflection and Brookfield’s theory of four lenses in critically reflective teaching practice. They also propose guidelines for teachers to apply useful tools for reflection in each lens.
In this webinar recording Svetlana Kandybovich looks at developing and testing professional standards in Montenegro based on the Teaching for Success model introduced within a three-year large-scale policy project.
Colin Bangay looks at teacher education in resource constrained countries.
Alison Barrett MBE, Global Head of the British Council’s English for Education Systems programmes, explores the concept of continuing professional development frameworks and suggests practical ways for policymakers, head teachers, teacher trainers and teachers to improve professional development.
Watch the recording of this month's webinar. The presenters discuss how mobile technologies support active learner participation and look at the ways teachers can be guided to design language learning tasks to engage learners both in, and beyond the classroom.
Watch the recording of a webinar held on World Refugee Day (20 June) describing how the British Council's Certificate in Secondary English Language Teaching course is being used with United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) trainers and teachers working with the refugee population in Palestine.
Using examples from their new primary course Oxford Discover, co-authors Kathleen Kampa and Charles Vilina demonstrate in this webinar how inquiry-based learning stimulates curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking among students, encouraging learners to use their language skills in productive and meaningful ways.
All teachers want their students to be successful but are we including thinking skills, that will become life skills, with the four skills we are most comfortable teaching?