Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Flipped Learning and Learner Independence - MEXICO

Information on the upcoming course I will be working on in Guadalajara, Mexico:

Participants are introduced to current educational trends to broaden their horizons for teaching English. They discover what flipped classrooms involve and design classroom related activities. They also investigate different techniques to guide and support independent learners ready to face the English language needs of today’s world in and out of the classroom. This programe is active, participative, providing a series of practical ideas that can be applied for teaching English in Mexico.

Nina Lauder, born in Canada, now based in Seville, Spain, is a certified Oxford University Teachers trainer, and an ELT and CLIL expert who has been working in the field of education for decades. She works as a teacher, facilitator and materials writer, has handled tasks in over thirty countries, and has collaborated with the British Council, Bell International and the Spanish Ministry of Education on professional development programs.

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