Professional Development

Teaching can be understood as a dynmanic learning process. Professional Development, provides a range of teaching related information, such as, industry updates, teaching tips, innovative practices, and even thought provoking discourse.

Webinars

June 19, 2019: Critical thinking as a life skill

June 18, 2019: Critical thinking as a life skill

May 15, 2019: Social and emotional learning in the early years

May 15, 2019: Timely Talk About Tobacco

May 8, 2019: Making a game out of fluency: gamification of automaticity

May 5, 2019: TESL Canada - Online and blended learning (Join Zoom Meeting or Dial 1 647-558-0588; Meeting ID: 790 203 845)

April 30, 2019: What's New in the Best Practices Directory in 2019

April 24, 2019: Dealing with Multi-Level ESL/EFL Classes

April 18, 2019: Say the Right Thing at the Right Time: Teaching pragmatic competence

April 17, 2019: Teaching with Technology

April 16, 2019: Teaching with Technology

March 31, 2019: Task-Based Language Teaching: Theory to Practice

March 24, 2019: Anywhere, Anytime, Anyway Learning: Blending-Sunc ESL Classes

March 20, 2019: Immersive Games and English Language Learning

March 18, 2019: Immersive Games and English Language Learning

March 17, 2019: Techy Writing Tasks for PBLA

March 1 - 2, 2019: Oxford ELTOC 2019 - English Language Teaching Online Conference

February 26, 2019: Helping Learners Build Core Vocabulary

February 24, 2019: Migration, Trauma, and Mental Illness: Implications for Language Learning

February 20, 2019: The Value of Gamification for Language Learning

February 19, 2019: Teaching English with Blockchain Technology

February 18, 2019: The Value of Gamification for Language Learning

February 7, 2019: The role of the first language in English medium instruction

January 27, 2019: Leadership: Does the Literature Match Up with the Classroom Experience?

January 20, 2019: Creating Digital Scavenger Hunts

January 16, 2019: Dealing with demotivation

January 15, 2019: Dealing with demotivation

 

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