Be the Change!
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Fostering learner autonomy: helping students become more independent
Should we pre-teach vocabulary in listening and reading classes? How do we answer a question such as "Teacher, how do you say interessado in English?" Should we teach grammar more deductively or help students get to the meaning of target language themselves? In short, do we perhaps help students a bit too much in class? Do we teach learners to learn? These - and more - questions will be addressed in this webinar. Join us!
Higor is a teacher, teacher trainer, and CELTA tutor, having worked on CELTA courses based in São Paulo, Istanbul, Prague, and Barcelona, both face-to-face and online. He's been in ELT for over two decades and his main interests in the area include extensive reading, phonology, and language development for teachers – about which he’s written 'Inglês para professor' and 'Inglês para professor 2'. Higor is currently the president of BRAZ-TESOL (2019-2020), a founding member of BRAZ-TESOL’s Teacher Development SIG and, above all, he's Nicole's daddy. Visit www.higorcavalcanteelt.com for more information.
Transitioning from language to bilingual teaching
Are you a language teacher? Are you interested in becoming a bilingual teacher? Bilingualism has been incorporated in private education in Brazil and it is a great challenge for teachers to adapt their teaching styles to this recent reality. This talk aims at discussing the transition from language teaching to teaching different subjects at bilingual schools with a more modern approach. The speaker will also talk about her own experience in this transition and give suggestions on how to overcome possible difficulties.
Elisa has worked as a teacher for more than fifteen years. She is currently a bilingual teacher at a mainstream school in Ribeirão Preto, São Paulo, and she teaches the subject of Science following the guidelines provided by Cambridge Assessment International Education. She graduated in Biology and she holds a Masters and a Doctorate degree. She has also got language certificates, such as CAE and CPE, as well as teaching certificates, such as TKT and TKT CLIL. She loves working as a teacher and she is especially fond of working with young learners.
Crisis management: How one can manage a school or private classes in a moment of uncertainties.
There are certain risks involved in teacherpreneurship, that is a fact. However, managing a school or private classes in a context of quarantine, COVID-19 pandemic and economic crisis is challenging even for professional entrepreneurs. In this workshop I will share some tried-and-tested strategies that minimize decision making errors, improve management efficiency and yield new possibilities for your success in a highly demanding setting.
Júlio Vieitas is a teacher, teacher trainer, academic manager and project manager certified by Cambridge Exams, London Chamber of commerce and Industry, IH London, Pilgrims, Insper and FGV. He is mainly focused on helping teachers, private teachers, pedagogical coordinators and school managers to have more quality of life and independence through a better understanding of education management. He’s also member of the advisory council and president of BRAZ-TESOL Online teaching SIG. He founded Julio Vieitas Consultoria Educacional in 2016 and since then he has already designed and launched more than 50 courses for private teachers and school owners.
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Higor Cavalcante, Elisa Troncon e Júlio Vieitas
- Tuesday, July 7, 2020 - 8:30 to 9:30 p.m
- Wednesday, July 8, 2020 - 8:30 to 9:30 p.m
- Thursday, July 9, 2020 - 8:30 to 9:30 p.m