• Tim Goodier

    Presented by Tim Goodier

    How might the new can do statements for mediation in the CEFR be used to assess progress in this area? 

    The CEFR offers a range of scales describing different mediation activities and strategies that reflect real-world communication, but it is up to us as educators to select from them and decide whether to use or adapt them as success criteria. Their use is not compulsory and not all descriptor scales suit all approaches to assessment. 

    In this webinar we will explore how using can-do statements to align learning aims with learning outcomes can promote assessment for learning. We will also look at the role mediation might play in proficiency assessment, and relevant task types.

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  • Tim Goodier

    Presented by Tim Goodier

    How might the new can do statements for mediation in the CEFR be used to assess progress in this area? 

    The CEFR offers a range of scales describing different mediation activities and strategies that reflect real-world communication, but it is up to us as educators to select from them and decide whether to use or adapt them as success criteria. Their use is not compulsory and not all descriptor scales suit all approaches to assessment. 

    In this webinar we will explore how using can-do statements to align learning aims with learning outcomes can promote assessment for learning. We will also look at the role mediation might play in proficiency assessment, and relevant task types.

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  • Tim Goodier

    Presented by Tim Goodier

    There is a growing recognition that the careers of the future will emphasise team work, creative collaboration and soft communication skills. 

    In this session we will consider how the mediation can-do statements shine a light on soft skills in communication, and their relevance to educational pathways and employability.

    We will also look at how can-do statements for mediating texts can provide clear goals for synthesising and developing ideas from sources.

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  • Tim Goodier

    Presented by Tim Goodier

    There is a growing recognition that the careers of the future will emphasise team work, creative collaboration and soft communication skills. 

    In this session we will consider how the mediation can-do statements shine a light on soft skills in communication, and their relevance to educational pathways and employability.

    We will also look at how can-do statements for mediating texts can provide clear goals for synthesising and developing ideas from sources.

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  • Presented by Billie Jago

    During these uncertain times, many students and teachers are moving their classes online. But, what does this mean for exam students?

    This webinar discusses the tools and strategies required to help motivate and maintain focus for exam students studying in an online classroom environment.

    We’ll be looking at techniques on how to encourage student-directed learning (SDL) and self-motivation, as well as ways to assign tasks and give feedback.

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  • Presented by Billie Jago

    During these uncertain times, many students and teachers are moving their classes online. But, what does this mean for exam students?

    This webinar discusses the tools and strategies required to help motivate and maintain focus for exam students studying in an online classroom environment.

    We’ll be looking at techniques on how to encourage student-directed learning (SDL) and self-motivation, as well as ways to assign tasks and give feedback.

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  • Presented by Michael Brand

    Teaching English online is already popular.

    For some teachers, recent developments have suddenly made it the new standard. But being thrown in at the deep end is never easy.

    In this webinar, we’ll look at how can we continue our lessons with teens in an online setting.

    We’ll consider planning, pre-lesson tasks and follow-up, digital delivery tools and platforms, the use of video and ways to build in interaction all with the aim of helping English teachers of teens to find their feet in the world of online teaching.

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  • Presented by Michael Brand

    Teaching English online is already popular.

    For some teachers, recent developments have suddenly made it the new standard. But being thrown in at the deep end is never easy.

    In this webinar, we’ll look at how can we continue our lessons with teens in an online setting.

    We’ll consider planning, pre-lesson tasks and follow-up, digital delivery tools and platforms, the use of video and ways to build in interaction all with the aim of helping English teachers of teens to find their feet in the world of online teaching.

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  • Presented by Michael Brand

    Teaching English online is already popular.

    For some teachers, recent developments have suddenly made it the new standard. But being thrown in at the deep end is never easy.

    In this webinar, we’ll look at how can we continue our lessons with teens in an online setting.

    We’ll consider planning, pre-lesson tasks and follow-up, digital delivery tools and platforms, the use of video and ways to build in interaction all with the aim of helping English teachers of teens to find their feet in the world of online teaching.

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