Dangerous Minds: Addressing the prism of disappointment
Jo Stansfield & Marie Willoughby
Both participants and trainers on teacher education courses desire to be inspirational, life-changing teachers. This can lead them to discount the learners’ experiences, culture and incremental progress, feeling disappointed if there are no ‘revelations’ in lessons. This talk looks at what informs this reaction and explores ways of managing expectations, encouraging all to see learning as and when it occurs.
Maximising Learning for Adults with Specific Learning Differences
Stuart Pollard & Alan Andrew
This session will consider the implications of inclusion and diversity in the classroom: What do specific learning differences look like in the classroom? Which strategies will support people with learning differences, and how can they support learning for all? What are the benefits and rewards of an inclusive classroom? We will discuss areas including the social model of disability, barriers to learning, differentiation and universal design through the lens of adult learning.
Teacher training open afternoons
Come to a free teacher training open afternoon to find out more about teaching English as a foreign language ( TEFL) and how to get started as an English language teacher. The session is lead by experienced trainers who have worked in different schools around the world.
The session includes:
- International House London and the founding of the CELTA
- A presentation on our most frequently asked questions
- A demonstration of a teaching activity
- Information on the structure of a training course
- Jobs and prospects
- A chance to ask any questions you have
- A tour of the school
- Refreshments are served at this event
|6 November 2019||16.15 – 18.15|
|15 January 2020||16.15 – 18.15|
|4 March 2020||16.15 – 18.15|
|6 May 2020||16.15 – 18.15|
|5 August 2020||16.15 – 18.15|
|16 September 2020||16.15 – 18.15|
|28 October 2020||16.15 – 18.15|
London British Council IELTS Teacher Workshop
International House London is delighted to be hosting British Council who will be running a two-day workshop designed to support IELTS teachers.
This free event will take place at IH London on 12th and 13th December 2019. It will focus on all 4 IELTS test sections and will include top tips on teaching IELTS. The workshop will equip you in fresh ideas on teaching IELTS and new teaching materials which you will be able to use in your classroom.
Date and time
Thursday 12 December 2019 08:45 – Friday 13 2019 16:00
International House London
16 Stukeley Street
Places for this free event are limited, so please register as soon as possible.