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ELTOC 2020 Session 2

27th - 29th February 2020

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For this session there will be a variety of talks from four of our experts! The talk abstracts from Shaun Wilden, Therese Hopfenbeck, Nick...


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For this session there will be a variety of talks from four of our experts! The talk abstracts from Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto, Joon Lee, Tammy...


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27th - 29th February 2020

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For this session of ELTOC 2020 there will be a variety of talks from four of our experts! The talk abstracts from Diana Lea, Gordon Stobart, Sarah...

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Inquiry-based Learning: 4 essential principles for the ELT classroom

29 January 2020

Allowing students greater agency in their learning can be a liberating experience. Rather than the teacher as expert, inquiry-based learning allows...

Assessment activities that help students show what they know | ELTOC 2020

27 January 2020

Most teachers include informal, ongoing assessment as an integral part of their lessons. Noticing what students know and don’t yet know helps us...

Why Governments Should Incorporate Global Skills in Education

24 January 2020

A changing world To varying degrees, we’re all experiencing the advances of a more globalized and open world. We view images on social media that...

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