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Time Management Tips for Teachers - Mike Riley

In this webinar, Mike Riley looks at some of the enemies of effective time management and what we can do to address them.

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Make a game out of fluency! Gamification for automaticity - Alex Tamulis

The talk provides a toolkit of practical ideas for adding game elements – prizes, points and rankings – to automatic speech activities in communicative contexts.

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The importance of recycling in vocabulary teaching - David Spencer

In this session, David Spencer investigates what it means to really ‘know’ a word, and what influence this has on how we should recycle and practise vocabulary in the classroom.

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What about the fifth skill of viewing? - Kieran Donaghy

In this webinar Kieran Donaghy examine s what viewing is and how we can help our students become more effective viewers.

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Do you know what it takes to advance your students' learning? - Anna Hasper

In this session Anna Hasper explores how students’ learning can be enhanced through applying some of the principles of cognitive science.

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Can children be self-directed learners? - Mariela Gil

In this session Mariela Gil explores self direction in the context of language learning and how to embed opportunities in the young learners’ classroom for children.

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Teaching discourse and pragmatics a.k.a. What on earth did he mean? - Chia Suan Chong

In this webinar, Chia Suan Chong explores the ways we don’t often say what we really mean, and how culture can impact on what we choose to say, or not say.

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Cambridge Preliminary: an overview of the new exam format - Malcolm Mann

In this webinar, Malcolm Mann looks at what’s staying the same, what’s changing (in the exam and in Optimise B1), and how that will affect our students’ exam preparation.

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Global Citizenship - Matthew Hayes

In this talk Matthew Hayes shows that educators can play a unique role in enabling their students to participate on the global stage - whether in work or life.

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Managing the madness: Strategies to promote and protect language teacher well-being - Sarah Mercer

In this workshop, we look briefly at why teacher well-being is not an indulgent luxury but the foundation of good practice.

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