Day Four - Thursday 17th February

Session 1: Problem-solving for Future-proofing

  By Anna Hasper

10:00-10:40 | 14:00-14:40 | 21:30-22:10 UK Time

Problem-solving is essential in our ever-changing world. In this interactive session, Anna will explore what competences learners need to successfully solve problems and introduce how secondary courses like  'Get Involved!' use project-based learning to engage learners and integrate these key competences into English language lessons.

After the above session, you will be given the choice to attend one of the following 2 sessions, which take place simultaneously:

Session 2a: SDG: As Easy as 1,2,3.


By Harry Waters

10:50-11:30 | 14:50-15:30 | 22:20-23:00 UK Time

Are you struggling to get to grips with the UN's Sustainable Development Goals?
In this webinar we'll talk you through some simple, practical steps on how to include the SDGs and the ideas behind them in your lessons. If you want your students to be not only be fully aware of the SDGs but also act on them and try to make the world a better place for themselves and those around them, then this webinar is perfect for you.

Session 2b: Get involved! Showcase and Q&A


By  Ale Ottolina, Angel Bonilla

10:50-11:30 | 14:50-15:30 | 22:20-23:00 UK Time

Join this session to learn all there is to know about Macmillan Education's course for Secondary learners, Get involved!

You only need to register once to attend all 3 of the above sessions!

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21:30 UK Start Time

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About the Speakers

Anna is a primary-trained ELT teacher from New Zealand, currently based in Dubai. She has worked as a teacher of young learners and adults and is a teacher trainer on Cambridge accredited courses, face to face and online. She’s a self-confessed addict to learning and is passionate about enabling teachers to enhance effective learning for all learners. Anna regularly presents internationally and writes for English Teaching Professional and Modern English Teacher. Her special interests are teacher development, educational psychology and enhancing effective learning.

Harry Waters has been involved in English teaching for over 14 years. He is a trainer for the ELTon award winning Pearson and BBC Live Classes project. He is also the learning guide for Pearson and BBC Studio’s project Speak Out for Sustainability. His passion for teaching and obsession with the planetled him to create Renewable English an online English course, providing free classes and materials aimed at raising climate change awareness across the globe. Harry is also a passionate teacher trainer. He describes himself as an imperfect environmentalist with a love of flags and funky second-hand shirts.