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Online Spring Conference: Claire Potter - Optimise 2020! Engaging and equipping teens for exam success

This webinar focuses on how to prepare our teen students for Cambridge exams in a motivating manner.

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Loraine Kennedy -Direct or Delegate? Which communication style works best?

This webinar considers how, by using emotional intelligence, a team leader can most consciously adapt their communication style to influence positive change in team dynamics.

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Thom Kiddle - Mediation in the CEFR: implications for learning, teaching and assessment

This webinar explores the concept of mediation and how mediation skills are used both inside and outside the classroom.

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Lucy Crichton - Enjoyment and Engagement in Early Literacy

This webinar concentrates on the importance of storytelling as a tool to enhance our students' listening and speaking skills.

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Mariela Gil - Students without Borders: Educating Global Citizens

This webinar provides practical ideas for including global citizenship education in our classrooms.

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Steve Taylore-Knowles - Teaching Young Adults

This webinar will explore what thinking skills our students need to be effective in English and how we can help them develop these skills.

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Sarah Hillyard - Positive Classroom, Positive Results

This webinar will provide various teacher-tips to discover the ingredients that go into making a thriving positive classroom that impacts positively on results.

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Deborah Healey - Gamification

This webinar will give a brief introduction to gamification with some insights from research, and present how teachers might use game elements effectively in their teaching.

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Jon Hird - Extended Speaking in the Classroom (and the Importance of Planning)

This practical webinar considers the importance of pre-task planning in classroom speaking activities.

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Lane Greene - How English became such a tricky language to learn

In this session, Lane Greene talks about the way some of English’s unusual properties emerged throughout history.

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