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Online resources and guidance for language schools transitioning to teaching and working online.

Adapting to change

Adapting to change

In times of change and transition, we are committed to creating the right environment for your learners.

This is why wherever you teach, wherever you learn, we’re with you.

Here you can find useful links and content to help you, your staff and your customers adapt to new ways of working and studying. Whether you’re looking for online teaching materials, professional development support, or guidance on how to evolve your business model to attract, enrol and retain new clients – we’re with you every step of the way.

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Learning Lift

These thematic articles on Learning and Development draw together the latest ideas and practical guidance to support staff working remotely.

Why adapt?

Humans can, and have adapted. As individuals we can do so in the here and now through our behaviour. Often our ability to adapt is a lot greater than we give ourselves credit for, but it can also feel difficult.

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Why is curiosity the top-trending business skill?

From a business perspective, curiosity is an essential tool for strategic thinking. It helps us see things that others miss, and understand what our customer really wants – enabling us to make better decisions about the products we make, the way we sell them, and our future direction.

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Why is creativity an important skill for the future?

More processes are becoming automated, but this does not mean we don’t need creative people any less! Creativity is vital to being able to think of new, better, and more innovative solutions to problems. Futureproof your skill set by developing your ability to think differently.

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Events

ELTOC 2021

ELTOC 2021

25th February - 27th February 2021

Join our global online conference of professional development sessions led by our experts.

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From our blog

Explore guidance and advice on how businesses around the world can manage change during the COVID-19 pandemic.

How working from home is changing our economy forever

As we see a shift from meeting rooms to online video calls.

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Envisioning a post-crisis world

Can we now in the midst of a pandemic envision a post crisis Global Charter?

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Recommended Reading

For more in depth analysis, take a look at titles from Oxford on the impact of change and innovation as a solution.

Supporting staff

Supporting staff

Whether you are moving to a completely online model or offering a blend of face-to-face and remote classes, we have resources and support to share with your teaching staff as they guide students through an evolving learning environment.

Online Courses from Epigeum

Epigeum is owned by Oxford University Press and is the leading provider of exceptional online courses designed to help universities and colleges transform their core activities – in teaching and development, research, studying, and support and wellbeing. Courses are developed through global collaboration of experts and partner universities and shared by subscription. Explore courses on teaching online and try a free trial to find the right match for your institution.

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Teaching Online

Develop the skills necessary to create effective online courses.

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Blended Learning

Establish and share best practice in blended learning, bridging the gap between strategy and delivery.

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On demand Professional Development modules

Online with Oxford PD

Six 15‐30 minute bitesize modules are currently available that address themes such as Motivation and Developing Global Skills. These modules give staff the opportunity to improve their skills and knowledge at a time that suits them.

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Events

ELTOC 2021

ELTOC 2021

25th February - 27th February 2021

Join our global online conference of professional development sessions led by our experts.

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Free Online Resources

  • Our Learn at Home hub is full of guidance and ideas for delivering lessons and homework online as well as material to support your professional development and wellbeing.

    Visit the Learn at Home hub

  • Join the Oxford Teacher’s Club to download extra practice activities and ideas to use with your class.

    Visit Oxford Teachers' Club

  • Course specific pages to help teachers start using their full course and all digital tools available to them.

    Getting Started with Digital

  • Guidance and advice to help teachers get the most out of using OUP’s digital platforms as well as tips and ideas for teaching online.

    Get into digital teaching

  • Bite‐sized insights and practical tips for the ELT classroom on a variety of topics such as Mobile Apps, Video, Managing Online Learning, Teaching Online, and Assessing Learning Online.

    Get expert advice to power your teaching

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Supporting customers

Supporting customers

The methodology you use for teaching English plays an important part in the learner experience, but remote learning capabilities and student wellbeing are also vital in maintaining customer satisfaction in an evolving classroom. Explore courses and activities to share with your students to help them create a positive and constructive learning environment online.

Online Courses from Epigeum

Epigeum is owned by Oxford University Press and is the leading provider of exceptional online courses designed to help universities and colleges transform their core activities – in teaching and development, research, studying, and support and wellbeing.

Courses are developed through global collaboration of experts and partner universities and shared by subscription. Explore courses on teaching online and try a free trial to find the right match for your institution.

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Being Well, Living Well

Ensure that every student has access to a baseline of mental health and wellbeing support throughout their university journey

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Learning Online: Essential Skills for Success

Support your students in making the most of their online learning experience

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Offers

OLB Readers

Discounted offers on our e‐Books

Your students can now read our award‐winning Graded Readers collections for less than half price. There is a variety of reading levels for them to choose from.

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From our Blog

Learn English with Oxford Blog

Learning English with Oxford - The latest language learning tips, resources, and content from Oxford University Press.

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Supporting parents

Supporting parents

Parents are now becoming part‐time teachers as many students are now having to learn from home. Below you can find some resources for parents to try with their children at home.

Activities to try at home

Find activities for parents to use with their children to help continue their English learning at home.

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Contact us

Contact us

To find out more about how Oxford can offer support to your Language School, complete the form below to have a personal consultation with your local ELT Representative.