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Tackling some Common Challenges of Distance Teaching and Learning

In this webinar, we are looking at some practical solutions to some common challenges teachers are currently facing due to COVID-19, based on Macmillan Education’s recent study.

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Teaching and motivating adult learners online (and offline)

This interactive webinar examines useful points to remember and present practical classroom activities and ideas.

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Getting Ready for B2 First

If you have questions about the Cambridge B2 First exam, you might find the answers you need in this one-hour question and answer session with Roy Norris.

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Level Up Your Teaching with Digital Gaming

In this practical webinar, Juff Kuhn explores games not only as software, but as a literacy.

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An Essential Guide to Teaching Preschool Children

In this informal interview, Carol draws on her many years’ experience as a pre-school teacher and coursebook writer to discuss how to teach very young children successfully.

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Developing Visual Literacy in the language classroom

Exploring what visual literacy is, why it is important in language education and explore a number of simple, tried and tested tips to help students.

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Wonderful! Really? The role of praise in teaching children

This practical webinar examines the role of praise when working with children.

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Starting the language learner’s journey: the knowledge and teaching skills required for lower levels

In this webinar, Rhona Snelling explores what sets lower levels apart from other levels, and what teaching skills and knowledge teachers need to bring to the lower level classroom.

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Chat with Dave Spencer

Join Dave for this informal Question and Answer session where he shall try his very best to answer your questions.

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Putting Global Citizenship Education into practice

In this webinar, Jonathan Hadley explores how to put the theory behind GCE into the ELT classroom practice.

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