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E-Bulletin February 2020

Are you following us yet? We now have new-look Facebook and Twitter pages to celebrate our recent facelift! Follow us and join the conversations to keep up with all things TTEd-related. March Webinar Kathleen Graves will be presenting our next webinar on Saturday 14th March at 4pm GMT with a session entitled: Supporting teachers who use textbooks to 'think curricularly'.  In this webinar we will explore how to help teachers who use a required textbook to ‘think curricularly’—to understand the dynamic relationship between lessons, units, and the wider curriculum, and the central role they play in making curriculum decisions on [...]

By |2020-11-28T09:22:59+00:00November 28th, 2020|E-bulletins|0 Comments

E-Bulletin December 2019

TTEd Manchester 2020 PCE  TTEdSIG event coordinators have put together a great programme for our members and TTEd enthusiasts featuring the topic of ‘Trends in teacher training: The needs of trainers in different contexts.’  Our updated abstract is as follows: TTEdSIG invites trainers from around the world to a day filled with engaging topics on current trends in teacher training, as we aim to help trainers apply new insights into the particular needs and constraints of their training contexts. This year’s PCE is featuring five prominent members of our ELT community, Penny Ur, Sue Garton, Kathleen Graves, Russell Stannard and [...]

By |2020-11-28T09:22:08+00:00November 28th, 2020|E-bulletins|0 Comments

E-Bulletin November 2019

November Webinar We are looking forward to our first webinar of the 2019/20 season on Saturday 16th November at 2pm GMT.  Dr. Matt O´Leary will be presenting his research on classroom observation with a webinar entitled: Using classroom observation to understand and improve teaching and learning: moving from the performative to the informative. Matt is Professor of Education and Director of the Education Research Centre CSPACE at Birmingham City University. If you’d like to join us, there is no need to register. Just sign into our TTEdSIG webinar room as a guest on the day. Here’s the link: TTEd Webinar [...]

By |2020-11-28T09:21:28+00:00November 28th, 2020|E-bulletins|0 Comments

Call for Best Practices

TTEdSIG’s Call for Best Practices We are looking for trainers and educators to describe and share their best training practices with the SIG which we will publish on our website. We are looking for articles that are up to  500 words in length and would be suitable for a worldwide audience. If you are interested, could you please send an email to [email protected]  and we can provide you with more details?   Suggested Template (up to 500 words) Objectives (of the activity): Materials: Procedure (including stages and allocated time): Name of the contributor:  Institution: PS: it is possible to opt [...]

By |2020-11-28T09:20:43+00:00November 28th, 2020|E-bulletins|0 Comments

E-Bulletin July 2019

Upcoming Webinar Season TTEdSIG is currently scheduling the post-summer launch of our 2019/2020 Webinar series. SIG members can look forward to a wide range of topics in this upcoming season. This year an eclectic range of guest speakers will be guiding us through the latest theories, issues and tips covering the gamut from “Rethinking Lesson Observations” and “Feedback & Coaching Techniques for Teacher Trainers” to “Developing Teacher Training Materials” and more. Do keep an eye out for your invitation to the first webinar of the new series here, and let us know if you have any requests around webinar topics! [...]

By |2020-11-28T09:19:39+00:00November 28th, 2020|E-bulletins|0 Comments

The changing face of teacher education by Tom Garside

Date and Time:2pm GMT on Saturday 31 October, 2020   The changing face of teacher education Teacher education has been affected significantly by the current global situation. However, the effects of Covid-19 build on earlier developments in training methodologies, consolidating emerging trends within the field. Blended and online-only modes of training courses facilitate greater use of learning technologies, and enable greater global access for teachers working in diverse contexts around the world, so teacher educators need to take on new roles to work effectively within these new contexts. This workshop will present some emerging trends within initial and continuing training [...]

By |2020-11-28T09:11:09+00:00October 20th, 2020|Webinars|0 Comments

Tools and Techniques for delivering training online

Date: Saturday 30th May Time: 2 pm GMT Speaker: Russell Stannard Talk info In this Russell will highlight the key tools and techniques needed to deliver effective and efficient online teacher training courses. Focusing on only the key technologies, Russell will highlight how he has managed to run successful online courses both as part of NILE as well as within his own organisation www.teachertrainingvideos.com. A talk packed full of ideas covering not only the delivery of online teacher training courses but also issues such as assessment, feedback, group dynamics and much more. Bio Russell Stannard is the founder of www.teachertrainingvideos.com a website that [...]

By |2020-07-04T12:46:19+00:00May 18th, 2020|Webinars|0 Comments

Supporting teachers who use textbooks to ‘think curricularly’

Date: Saturday 14th March Time: 4pm GMT Speaker: Kathleen Graves Title: Supporting teachers who use textbooks to 'think curricularly'   Abstract: In this webinar we will explore how to help teachers who use a required textbook to ‘think curricularly’—to understand the dynamic relationship between lessons, units, and the wider curriculum, and the central role they play in making curriculum decisions on a daily basis.  We will first look at activities in which teachers unpack the relationship between lessons, units and the overarching curriculum—that they are ‘fractals’, each involving similar curriculum processes such as needs analysis, goal setting, organizing content, and assessment, but at different [...]

By |2020-02-05T08:04:37+00:00February 1st, 2020|Webinars|0 Comments