Students without Borders: Educating Global Citizens

29 Января


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Mariela Gil holds a Master’s degree in TESOL and a dual Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics and Psychology from the University of Southern California. She taught ESL in the U.S. and EFL in Thailand and Mexico before joining Macmillan Education in 2002. During her career in publishing, Mariela has held the positions of Academic Consultant, Field Editor, Commissioning Editor, and currently, Publisher for the American English Pre-Primary and Primary segment. She is passionate about childhood development and learning, as well as creating the best possible learning materials to support teachers and students in the classroom.

We live in an increasingly globalized world that enriches our lives, but also poses huge challenges. In this webinar we’ll look how we can support students not just in developing the linguistic skills to navigate this world, but also the skills to thrive as global citizens. Participants will take home ideas for including global citizenship education in their classrooms.

img_07.pngAdvancing Learning Webinar Series

Macmillan Education has been advancing learning for over 175 years and we are passionate about providing you with guidance, support and inspiration on your professional development journey. As part of our Advancing Learning Academic Programme, we invite you to join a series of webinars hosted by ELT and educational experts presenting across a range of themes. All webinars are FREE to attend – all you require is an internet connection and lots of enthusiasm to take part, share and advance learning. 

Over the next 6 months we are excited to celebrate Advancing Learning with a fantastic line-up of prominent experts and authors from the education and ELT world, who will host sessions covering hot topics that include developing a growth mindset amongst teachers, lessons from a polyglot and teacher wellbeing, to name a few.