Workshops

(November 2013) GESS Al Nadi Event – Practical Apps for Education

The Digital World of Learning and Development
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(February 2013) TeachingEnglish webinar ‘Finding the plot – Early story writing for YLs’

How to scaffold writing activities and increase children’s confidence

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(November 2012) Test development skills course, Romania

Workshops on test specifications, item types and statistical analysis

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(November 2012) Certificate in Primary English Language Teaching course, Georgia

Workshops on classroom management, teaching vocabulary, planning and using songs

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(April 2011) Webinar on Elearning Project work with Young Learners

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(December 2011) Webinar on Integrating Technology

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(August 2011) Regional Trainer Training Summer School, Uludag, Turkey

Workshops on training and mentoring skills

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(January 2011) Winter Workshops in Trabzon and Mardin, Turkey

Four workshops on skills with YLs, four workshops on teaching teenagers

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(December 2010) ELT festival in Ankara, Istanbul and Izmir, Turkey

Workshops on teaching vocabulary and grammar, teaching reading and exam skills

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(May 2010) Trainer training, Istanbul, Turkey

Workshops on training skills, giving feedback. This included observation and feedback on peer teaching.

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Through 2009-11 Wednesday workshops, Istanbul, Turkey

Range of topics from ‘Using ICT in the Classroom’, ‘Wikis and blogs’, ‘Using Songs and Games’, ‘Teaching Writing to YLs’, ‘Motivating Teenagers’ to ‘Teaching Very Young Learners’

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