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Presenter(s): Dr Ken Beatty

Misfortunes of all kinds have a way of bringing out the best in people and, when disasters and challenges arise, they often lead to rapid torrents of large and small innovations.

There are several changes in education at the moment that promise to have lasting beneficial impacts on teaching and learning.

This presentation outlines seven of these, identifying challenges and ways in which improvements in education will happen.  

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Presenter(s): Rachel Roberts

Teaching vocabulary can be compared to gardening. We can scatter lots of seeds (words), but how do we make sure that they fall on fertile ground? How can we help students to water them, and bring them into fruition?

In this webinar we will explore some strategies to help your students learn, remember, and ultimately reap the benefits of a bigger vocabulary.

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Presenter(s): Annie Altamirano

Communication, Collaboration, Critical and Creative thinking, the four C’s of future skills, long heralded as key competences learners need to acquire, are frequently embraced in theory but what happens in practice?

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Presenter(s): Carol Higho

This webinar will share activities to develop the reading, writing, maths and more through CLIL as well as how doing this can help students remember what they are learning.

There will be examples of when students can use critical thinking  and why this is a skill they will need not just for exams but in their future.

We will look at practical  use of online materials, share top tips and extra practice features for exam prep, specifically how this ties to GSE and the Cambridge exam suite.

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Duration: 1 hour