Helping students progress: bridging the gap after

25 Августа


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Kateryna Protsenko is CELTA / Delta / CELT-P / CELT-S trainer and materials writer currently based in Kyiv, Ukraine where she is managing the Teacher Training Department at Grade Education Centre. Before joining the company, Kateryna worked in Turkey, Ukraine, Lebanon, Azerbaijan, Thailand, the UK and Greece where she trained teachers and trainers.

For teachers of Teenagers or Young Adults
We’ve all taught classes and groups in which learners were not at the same level or had varied abilities; for instance, some were reading more slowly, or maybe some needed more time to complete tasks. This is becoming increasingly common in the current unstable situation caused by COVID-19 which made us all move our classes into the online environment. Will we be able to come back into the classrooms in September? Will we have to continue teaching and learning online? In any case, when the school year starts, we will find ourselves in the classrooms with learners of mixed levels and abilities. It’s clear that one of our goals will be reducing the gap and helping students all be at the same level so that they can move forward and study what’s suggested in the syllabus. In this webinar, we will look at what differentiation is, and what ways of adapting coursebook activities there are, and will discuss ways of bridging the gap in the students’ level and abilities so that the learners can all progress and learn from our lessons.

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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 Women Advancing Learning with a fantastic line-up of prominent female 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.