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A Letter to My Future Self

We looked at how teachers and both their younger and older students can set reading and writing goals for themselves for the coming school year by writing a simple letter.

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Planning for Hybrid

We looked at lesson planning tips for delivering hybrid lessons. This is for teachers teaching hybrid every day or using hybrid as an emergency measure.

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Helping Learners Manage Pressure

In this short talk we explored some practical tips and techniques for helping learners identify and manage pressure and stress in a learning environment.

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Rebuilding Connections Face-to-Face

This webinar will explore ways to promote cohesion in your classes, between teacher and students and amongst the students themselves, with ideas for strengthening group dynamics.

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(Re-)Breaking the Ice

This webinar presents activities for getting to know your students and setting the right tone for student-centred learning.

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Mind the Learning Gap

During this session, Claudia explores how teachers can address some of the lost learning caused by the pandemic and explore some practical ways of differentiating our lessons.

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Advancing Learning: Fast-Forward 2022

The teacher training team at Macmillan Education will be squeezing some of the best ideas we have shared with you this year into our live Advancing Learning: Fast-forward event.

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Exams and Teenagers: Facing the Facts

This practical session examined how we can turn exam negatives into positives, helping our students not only to get excellent exam results but also to learn useful life skills.

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Seven tips for setting up an exam preparation course

In this practical talk, Ethan Mansur explored seven ways to get off to a positive start with your exam preparation courses.

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When is a Mistake a Mistake, and When is it a Learning Opportunity?

Sarah Hillyard provides alternative error-correction strategies to adopt in your lessons, and, perhaps more importantly, when it should be done.

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