NATECLA and IATEFL ESOL Sig Webinar: Creating effective learning strategies in the multi-level classroom
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This webinar is available to members of NATECLA and the IATEFL ESOL Sig.
NATECLA, in collaboration with IATEFL's ESOL Special Interest Group are delighted to announce Dr Philida Schellekens as the speaker in the 3rd webinar of their brand new webinar series:
NATECLA and IATEFL ESOL Sig Webinar: Creating effective learning activities in the multi-level classroom
- DATE: Thursday 26th September 2019
- TIME: 7 pm GMT (UK time)
- COST: This is free of charge to members
- ACCESS TO WEBINAR: Weblink and code will be emailed to all sign-up participants a few days before the event.
About the webinar
In this session we will look at the characteristics and contexts that give rise to multi-level language groups and the opportunities and challenges that teachers face. We will look at activities that work well and review the advantages and disadvantages of strategies to meet students’ individual needs, aka differentiation. This approach has become very popular and yet is not without its critics. We will explore what research has to say about differentiation and apply John Hattie’s meta-analysis on the most effective strategies to multi-level teaching.
About Dr Philida Schellekens
Dr Philida Schellekens is an independent consultant, author, researcher, inspector, teacher and teacher trainer. Philida’s special interest is in language learning & teaching, in classroom settings and in the vocational training and work context. She works in the UK as well as internationally.
Date(s): 26 September 2019 to 26 September 2019
Time: 19:00 GMT
Price: FREE to members
Location: Online webinar