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21st September - 16th October 2020 (BST - UTC+1)
21st September 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1)
The ‘STAR’ approach to student wellbeing by Sarah Mercer
We begin this talk by reflecting on the importance of student wellbeing and the challenges it faces during the current pandemic crisis. We then explore a number of strategies that can be used in diverse settings to help strengthen student wellbeing. This is organised around the acronym STAR: Self (boosting learner confidence and focusing on strengths); Together (enhancing group dynamics, sense of belonging, and feelings of psychological safety); Agency (promoting a sense of control and proactive learning and wellbeing strategies); and Regulation (learning how to manage one’s emotions and maintain a sense of positivity). Join my webinar and boost student wellbeing in your school!
22nd September 2020, 18:00 - 19:00 BST (UTC+1)
The immediate future of teaching languages: What are the takeaways from the Covid-19 switch to teaching online? by Mila Angelova
What can we learn from the switch to teaching online during the COVID-19 crisis?
In this session we are going to discuss the main challenges language teachers had to face in the transition to teaching online, addressing the following areas: receiving adequate and timely training for teaching online, maintaining high teaching standards in this new environment, employing resources and techniques in a novel manner that would lead to effective learning taking place.
In the second part of the webinar we will look into the practical solutions and tips, derived from our online teaching experience, which will help us enhance our face to face or blended teaching practice in the near future.
23rd September 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1)
Assessment Selection: What to use and when by Celia Reid
In this session we will look at how to go about offering the correct assessment tool at each stage of the learning journey. Being able to offer a comprehensive assessment package ensures students get the most out of their learning experience. To help understand what makes a good assessment package we will discuss: the purpose of assessing English Language students, at what points in the learning journey assessment is beneficial, what assessment tools are available and which assessment type suits which need. This session will be of value to managers and those making decisions on what assessment is being made available to students.
24th September 2020,10:00 - 11:00 BST (UTC+1) & 25th September 2020, 03:00 -04:00 BST (UTC+1)
Project Based Learning: From simple first steps to project purism by Mark Richard
Many language teachers are attracted to project work in theory, but feel they don’t have the time or resources to make projects work in practice. This session will showcase different types of projects, helping teachers to decide which type best fits their students’ level, age group, and learning environment, alongside considering practical aspects such as availability of resources and time constraints.
28th September 2020, 18:00 - 19:00 BST (UTC+1) & 29th September 2020, 03:00 - 04:00 BST (UTC+1)
Intercultural Competence and Citizenship: How 2020 has taught us that it is more important than ever by Zarina Subhan
In this webinar, we will explore how English language educators can improve their students’ intercultural competence and citizenship. As essential global skills, these areas are very important to our students’ futures, preparing them to become successful 21st century citizens. Moreover, the English language classroom is the perfect place to teach them.
Because English is the language most often used to communicate by people of different cultures, nationalities, or traditions. As such, it’s the perfect tool to help us remove artificial boundaries, and develop empathy, tolerance, and harmony between different people. It’s a tool that will help our students collaborate to make a better world.
In 2020, the question of what it means to be a good citizen has become increasingly important. However, our education system does not consciously nurture or value these skills. As English teachers we can change this, developing students’ citizenship and intercultural competence, and helping them understand our shared responsibility to each other and our environment.
29th September 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1)
How to Increase your Team’s Change Resilience by Kirstin McCreadie
With practical advice, and opportunities for personal reflection, this webinar will equip managers with knowledge and strategies for supporting their teams to increase their resilience to change. The techniques will also help people to feel more supported whilst working remotely, which is critical in our current environment.
By the end of the webinar, attendees will:· understand why change can feel difficult, and be able to articulate this to their teams · have learned practical strategies for being a great change leader · have explored strategies for communicating really effectively as we navigate remote working
30th September 2020, 10:00 - 11:00 BST (UTC+1)
How to keep students motivated with online learning by Nick Cherkas
We’ve always found motivating students to be a challenge, even before teaching online and using blended solutions became our accepted way of teaching. So how can we be expected to keep students motivated and enthusiastic from behind a computer screen? This session will look at best practice in keeping students interested in their learning during the pandemic, offering advice and ideas which proved invaluable in motivating students in a range of online teaching contexts.
1st October 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1)
Assessing online: Adapting our assessment practices to the new normal by Alex Paramour
Effective assessment is fundamental to good teaching, and yet not all of the assessment methods we have traditionally used in the classroom are straightforward to implement online. Neither do they necessarily equip students to thrive in this rapidly changing new reality. In this session, we’ll look at some of the key challenges of online assessment. We’ll consider how technology and alternative approaches to assessment can provide practical solutions to some of these challenges while also enriching our teaching and offering deeper insights into our students’ learning.
5th October 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1)
Managing mixed abilities and utilising Assessment For Learning in the primary classroom by Erika Osváth
As we are faced with new challenges in our personal and professional lives, we are all looking for different ways to provide our primary students with the best teaching we can possibly offer under these new circumstances. Whether returning to the classroom, continuing to learn online or a combination of the two, our students will now be more mixed in their abilities than usual. In this webinar, we will be looking at ways of re-engaging our students as efficiently and effectively as possible in their learning and motivating them to participate actively during online and/or classroom lessons – no matter their abilities. We will consider ways of involving parents in their children’s learning, by thinking about some of the things we can expect of them and some we cannot. Finally, we will explore how we can utilise assessment for learning to meet the specific needs of the primary learner.
6th October 2020, 10:00 - 11:00 BST (UTC+1)
How to become a remote manager overnight by Nergis Uyan
How can school leaders effectively manage and support teachers remotely? Over the years, managers have learned about different management styles, and developed their own ways of leading. Managers and their teams have become comfortable with these approaches. However, the uncertainties and ambiguity caused by the pandemic have brought unique challenges. Remote management had to begin immediately, and has now become an ongoing aspect of many of our working lives. In this webinar, we will discuss several ways that managers can lead their teams remotely, whilst keeping effectiveness and quality standards high. We will explore some of the key challenges of this period and look at some practical suggestions to overcome these.
7th October 2020, 18:00 - 19:00 BST (UTC+1) & 8th October 2020, 03:00 - 04:00 BST (UTC+1)
Inquiry based learning in the ELT Classroom by Philip Haines
Inquiry-based learning as an approach gets students active in the process of learning and can be both engaging and motivating, as well as being rewarding for the teacher. This way of working does come with some challenges, though these are far outweighed by the benefits. In this session we will start by defining what inquiry-based learning is and discussing its benefits. We will then move on to look at the difficulties teachers face in implementing this approach. Finally, the main part of the session will focus on overcoming these difficulties and giving practical advice for its implementation in the language classroom.
8th October 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1)
Teaching Advanced Level Learners in the ELT Classroom by Charlotte Murphy
How do we keep advanced level learners challenged and inspired, when they feel like they might have hit a plateau in their language learning? What support is there for teachers who feel pressure in creating level-appropriate lessons, or daunted at the prospect that their learners might know more than them, when it comes to certain language points?
This session will highlight some issues that might arise, both for the students and teachers, and will explore an array of solutions to combat these. You will gain practical tips and ideas to implement in your advanced classes, along with some food for thought on how you can develop your own approaches.
12th October 2020,10:00 - 11:00 BST (UTC+1) & 13th October 2020, 03:00 - 04:00 BST (UTC+1)
Flipped Teaching with Primary Students: It’s not just about more homework by David Stevenson
While many teachers are looking to return to the classroom in September, things are not quite ‘back to normal’ yet. For many of us, we’ll be teaching a blend of offline and online lessons, and have reduced contact hours. This practical session will look at some of the approaches we can use for blended teaching, consider which activities are suitable for primary students to complete independently, and discuss how to link independent learning to our face-to-face classes through a flipped learning approach.
13th October 2020, 18:00 - 19:00 BST (UTC+1)
Picking up the pieces: assessment for learning and managing mixed abilities in the ‘new normal’ classroom by Edmund Dudley
How can informal assessment look beyond language proficiency? How can it support other developmental areas such as wellbeing and resilience, and improve mixed ability teaching?
This webinar will look at assessment-for-learning techniques such as observation, discussion, feedback in informal Q&As, and self-assessment. Using such techniques, teachers can assess students’ holistic needs while also devising prompts and activities that enable students to develop their strengths using exploratory, collaborative, and open-ended learning processes – either online or face-to-face.
The webinar will also explore ways we can use assessment to support learners with different needs while also maintaining group cohesion and harmony. Ultimately, the objective of teaching in the mixed-ability context is not to iron out imbalances between individual students, but to create a learning environment in which all students can prosper. Our best bet in these difficult times is to embrace principles of inclusive teaching that apply to whatever context we currently find ourselves in.
14th October 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1)
Language Assessment Literacy by Nate Owen
The purpose of this session is to introduce language teachers to key concepts in language assessment literacy (LAL) and practical approaches to dealing with the demands of language assessment in the language classroom. In the session, we will discuss assessment for learning (AfL), i.e. how teachers can embed assessment into classroom activities to enhance learning opportunities. We will also discuss important concepts such as test purpose, the difference between norm and criterion referenced testing, validity and reliability, washback and test fairness. We will also discuss recommendations for achievable best practice based on these concepts.
15th October 2020, 10:00 - 11:00 BST (UTC+1) & 16th October 2020, 03:00 - 04:00 BST(UTC+1)
Language Teacher Wellbeing: What Educational Leaders Can Do by Tammy Gregersen
This webinar addresses the shared responsibility of educational leaders in enhancing language teachers’ wellbeing. I examine the characteristics of positive institutions and the affirming culture they nurture, and propose proactive measures to help teachers identify more strongly with their institutions, expand their autonomy, work with others, and respond positively to reforms and innovations, especially during the difficult pandemic times we are currently living in. Because of the critical role of leaders in fostering teacher wellbeing, I discuss ways of providing teachers with space to reach their potential of being the best language teachers they possibly can while maintaining wellbeing and contentment.
Hear from other educators
Join one of our Friday sessions and hear stories from other educators around the world! Learn how they adapted to the challenges facing the teaching community today, and what they have learned from teaching through the pandemic. You'll also get a chance to relax, with a short yoga session from a qualified yoga instructor. Take time to recharge your batteries and improve your wellbeing!
25th September 2020, 18:00 - 20:00 BST (UTC+1)
In this session we will hear from educators around the world as they share their experiences with teaching online - looking at aspects such as motivation and assessment.
2nd October 2020, 18:00 - 20:00 BST (UTC+1)
Returning to the Classroom
In this session we will hear from educators around the world as they share their experiences with returning to the classroom - looking at aspects such as managing social distancing and coping with more mixed ability groups.
9th October 2020, 18:00 - 20:00 BST (UTC+1)
In this session we will hear from educators around the world as they share their experience leading and managing their collegues through the COVID-19 crisis - looking at aspects such as supporting teachers and managing schools remotely.
16th October 2020, 18:00 - 20:00 BST (UTC+1)
In this session we will hear from educators around the world as they share their experiences maintaining their wellbeing through the COVID-19 crisis - looking at aspects such as improving motivation and maintaining a work/life balance.
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Sarah Mercer is Professor of Foreign Language Teaching at the University of Graz, Austria, where she is Head of ELT methodology. Her research interests include all aspects of the psychology surrounding the foreign language learning experience. She is the author, co-author and co-editor of several books in this area including, ‘Exploring Psychology in Language Learning and Teaching' (Winner of the IH Ben Warren Prize), and ‘Teacher Wellbeing’, both with Oxford University Press. She is currently vice-president of the International Association for the Psychology of Language Learning (IAPLL). In 2018, she was awarded the Robert C. Gardner Award for excellence in second language research by the International Association of Language and Social Psychology (IALSP).
Mila Angelova has worked in TEFL for over 29 years and is now Head DOS and CELTA tutor at AVO Language and Examination Centre, Sofia. She has extensive experience in academic and administrative management, E-learning, EU project management, presenting at different ELT events including IATEFL, and, of course, teaching various courses and age groups. She has been EAQUALS Vice-Chair Academic for 7 years and as an Equals inspector has an extensive experience and knowledge of various teaching contexts and environments. She has been also active in many Eaquals activities and various CEFR-related projects.
Mila was heavily involved in the management of change and transitioning to online teaching at her institution during the Covid-19 pandemic, working towards the enactment of a very intensive CPD programme, and the specification and mastery of the teacher competences needed for teaching online effectively.
Celia Reid - Assessment Manager based in OUP’s Oxford office. Before starting in the ELT Assessment team at OUP I worked for almost 10 years as an English language teacher in the UK, Spain, Uruguay and Germany. During my teaching years I used a wide variety of assessment types, some very successfully others less so.
Mark Richard is a Taiwan-based trainer with 20 years’ ELT experience in East Asia and Europe. He has taught all age groups in various schools and agencies As OUP’s Educational Services manager, he regularly presets at TESOL conferences, and is a certified trainer for the Oxford Teachers’ Academy. He loves to fill his students’ minds with curiosity so that they work hard without realizing it, and think for themselves.
Zarina Subhan is a freelance teacher trainer and has been working in the field of ELT for almost 30 years. She has taught at all levels, in both private and government institutions, having taught and trained in many different countries as well as in the UK. (Greece, Slovakia, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Nepal, Ethiopia, Sri Lanka, China, Colombia, Perú, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Guatemala, Honduras Nicaragua, Panamá and Costa Rica, where she is currently based.)
She has used her BSc in Pharmacology-Chemistry to work with science, engineering and technical students in the field of EAP and ESP, before applying it to her MA in Applied Linguistics and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).
Since then she has specialised in critical thinking skills, student autonomy and CLIL, using these in her methodology to teach or train. She has worked with educational schools, colleges and universities, NGOs, policy makers, community leaders, local government and in a variety of training contexts. She is now a freelance materials writer and teacher educator.
Zarina’s time is now spent between delivering training and writing materials for Oxford University Press. Having worked in the science, educational and development sectors, her interests are the neurology of learning; educational psychology; differentiated learning and the professional development of teachers’ skills. She wishes to help create sustainable education for the consequent development of people, communities, institutions and thus countries.
Kirstin McCreadie is a change consultant at Oxford University Press based in Oxford. As well as being involved in overseeing the implementation of changes across the organisation, she also develops and delivers training in change and resilience. Kirstin also has experience of line management and leading teams through changes.
Nick Cherkas is an experienced educator with a background in teacher training, academic management, project management and materials writing. Educated in the UK, he has been based in North Africa since 2011. He is DELTA and MA qualified, and passionate about helping teachers and learners achieve their goals. He enjoys training teachers on working with limited resources and mixed ability groups, and making the classroom a more enjoyable place.
Alexandra Paramour has worked in English language teaching for 15 years, as a teacher, editor, and materials writer. She has taught young learners and adults in Spain and the UK, and currently teaches English for academic purposes. She holds an MSc in Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition and is particularly interested in the relationship between academic research, publishing, and classroom practice.
Erika Osváth, MEd in Maths, DTEFLA, is a freelance teacher, teacher trainer, materials writer and co-author with Edmund Dudley of Mixed-Ability Teaching (Into the Classroom series, OUP). Before becoming a freelance trainer in 2009, she worked for International House schools for 16 years in Eastern and Central Europe, where she worked as a YL co-ordinator, trainer on CELTA, LCCI,1-1, Business English, YL and VYL courses, and Director of Studies. She has extensive experience in teaching very young learners, young learners and teenagers. Her main interests lie in these areas as well as making the best of technology in ELT. She regularly travels to different parts of Hungary and other parts of the world to teach demonstration lessons with local children, do workshops for teachers, and this is something she particularly enjoys doing as it gives her the opportunity to delve into the human aspects of these experiences.
Nergis Uyan graduated from METU Foreign Language Education Department and received her Master’s degree from Bilkent University on Management in Education. She completed Cambridge University DTEFLA (Diploma in Teaching of English as a Foreign Language to Adults) and ADEM (Advanced Diploma in English Language Teaching Management) Diploma Programmes. She worked in several positions at Bilkent University School of English Language (BUSEL) including English Language Instructor, Head of Teaching Unit, Teacher Development Coordinator, CELTA Teacher Trainer and Member of BUSEL Directorate from September 1995 to February 2010. She has been working as the director of the Ozyegin University School of Languages (ScOLa) since February 2010.
She has been actively working in the Accreditation process for ScOLa and directing the EAQUALS (European Association for Quality Language Services) accreditation process for the three different programmes (Prep, Undergraduate English Courses, Modern Language Courses). She has also joined the EQUALS Board as a trustee in April 2018.
Philip Haines is originally from England but has been living in Mexico since 1995, where he works as the Senior Academic Consultant for Oxford University Press, Mexico. He frequently delivers face-to-face and online teacher training sessions throughout the Americas and other parts of the world. Philip is the co-author of Oxford Discover Science and several other ELT series published in Mexico.
Charlotte Murphy is a DELTA qualified ELT Teacher, currently working for Oxford University Press as a senior Consultant and Teacher Trainer. She has experience in teaching Young Learners, Teenagers, and Adults, and has taught in South Korea, Japan, Thailand, and the UK.
David Stevenson is originally from the UK but has been working in Education in China for the past ten years. He is the Senior Professional Development Manager at Oxford University Press, Mainland China and his particular areas of interest are developing student autonomy with young learners and helping teachers take research and apply it to their classrooms.
Edmund Dudley is a freelance teacher, trainer, and author, based in Budapest. He has been teaching since 1992 at both secondary and upper-primary levels. His main areas of interest are teaching teenagers, working with mixed-ability groups, and using literature in the ELT classroom. He is also interested in training trainers. He is the co-author of Mixed-Ability Teaching (2015, OUP) and the author of ETpedia Teenagers (2018, Pavilion). He has also written materials for the Teaching English to Teenagers online OTA course, and contributed materials to several OUP coursebooks, including English Plus SB and Insight TB. He has worked as a trainer and speaker for OUP in more than 25 countries.
Nathaniel Owen is a Senior Research and Validation Manager at OUP. He joined OUP in February 2020. Before this, he was a Research Associate at the Open University. He holds a PhD in language testing from the University of Leicester. He has published articles in peer-reviewed and book chapters in edited volumes on subjects including language testing, research methods in education and widening participation in higher education. He has experience of teaching English as a foreign language in Spain, the UK and Australia, with expertise in teaching EAP and exam preparation courses. He has previously worked for the examination board Cambridge Assessment and has managed international funded research projects with Educational Testing Service and the British Council.
Tammy Gregersen received her MA in Education and PhD in Linguistics in Chile, where she also began her academic career. She is currently teaching and researching at the American University of Sharjah where she also coordinates their Masters in TESOL program. She has co-authored/co-edited several books, with three more in press, on topics such as individual differences, nonverbal communication, positive psychology in the language classroom and language teacher education. She is particularly excited about the publication of an up-coming book with Oxford University Press that she is co-authoring with Sarah Mercer (University of Graz) on Language Teacher Wellbeing. She has also published extensively in reputable international peer reviewed journals and applied linguistics anthologies on similar topics. Tammy has presented at conferences and taught in graduate programs across the globe which deems an incredible privilege because it taps into her passions for traveling and exploring new cultures.
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21st September 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1) - The ‘STAR’ approach to student wellbeing by Sarah Mercer
This sessions is now fully booked. Don’t worry! A recording will be made available on the Oxford Teachers’ Club after ELT Together is over.
22nd September 2020, 18:00 - 19:00 BST (UTC+1)- The immediate future of teaching languages: What are the takeaways from the Covid-19 switch to teaching online? by Mila Angelova
This sessions is now fully booked. Don’t worry! A recording will be made available on the Oxford Teachers’ Club after ELT Together is over.
23rd September 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1) - Assessment Selection: What to use and when - Celia Reid
This sessions is now fully booked. Don’t worry! A recording will be made available on the Oxford Teachers’ Club after ELT Together is over.
24th September 2020, 10:00 - 11:00 BST (UTC+1) - Project Based Learning: From simple first steps to project purism session 1 - Mark Richard
25th September 2020, 03:00 - 04:00 BST (UTC+1)- - Project Based Learning: From simple first steps to project purism session 2 - Mark Richard Register now
28th September 2020, 18:00 - 19:00 BST (UTC+1) - Intercultural Competence and Citizenship: How 2020 has taught us that it is more important than ever session 1 by Zarina Subhan Register now
29th September 2020, 03:00 - 04:00 BST (UTC+1) - Intercultural Competence and Citizenship: How 2020 has taught us that it is more important than ever session 2 by Zarina Subhan Register now
29th September 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1) - How to Increase your Team’s Change Resilience by Kirstin McCreadie Register now
30th September 2020, 10:00 - 11:00 BST (UTC+1) - How to keep students motivated with online learning by Nick Cherkas
1st October 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1) - Assessing online: Adapting our assessment practices to the new normal by Alex Paramour
5th October 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1) - Managing mixed abilities and utilising Assessment For Learning in the primary classroom by Erika Osvath Register now
6th October 2020, 10:00 - 11:00 BST (UTC+1) - How to become a remote manager overnight by Nergis Uyan Register now
7th October 2020, 18:00 - 19:00 BST (UTC+1) - Inquiry based learning in the ELT Classroom session 1 by Philip Haines Register now
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8th October 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1) - Teaching Advanced Level Learners in the ELT Classroom by Charlotte Murphy Register now
12th October 2020, 10:00 - 11:00 BST (UTC+1) - Flipped Teaching with Primary Students: It’s not just about more homework session 1 by David Stevenson Register now
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14th October 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 BST (UTC+1) - Language Assessment Literacy by Nate Owen Register now
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