Are you following us yet?
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 a daily basis.
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 Room.
TTEd Webinar recordings
Have you visited “My Resources” on the new IATEFL website yet? We’ve uploaded all of our recent webinars for our members to view at their leisure. Just log onto your IATEFL account to visit the members-only area where you will find our last six webinar recordings.
Go to: My Resources > SIG Resources > Teacher Training & Education.
TTEd Manchester 2020 PCE
Here are some of the topics we are looking forward to discussing during the 2020 TTEd Pre-Conference Event (PCE) at the IATEFL conference being held in Manchester on Friday 17th April, 10:00-17:00:
- Technologies that can impact on teacher training – Russell Stannard
- The use of materials in pre-service teacher education – Sue Garton
- Advanced teacher trainers / In-service training – Penny Ur
- Panel discussion: Training needs of experienced teacher trainers – Briony Beaven,
Kathleen Graves and Penny Ur
Book your place for the TTEdSIG PCE here
Sharing Your Training Practices
TTEdSIG has been collecting some tried and tested practices from like-minded colleagues. Who knows, what you share may be used and appreciated in a far corner of the world. You can access some of our earlier entries by clicking this link
Huge thanks to everyone who has contributed their Teacher Training ideas! Please continue to send your tried and tested best practice ideas for teacher training to [email protected], who will provide you with a template to help you organise your thoughts.
By answering a call for contributions, or submitting a speaker proposal, to an IATEFL Special Interest Group (SIG) you are agreeing to share your details with the relevant committee member(s) of that IATEFL SIG, rather than to IATEFL Head Office.
The information included in your submission will be used only for the purpose defined in the call, and will not be disclosed to any third party or be used to send unsolicited emails. Any data that is no longer required by the IATEFL SIG for this specific purpose of the call will be deleted.