In almost every session, we talk about the importance of a teacher's motivation and well-being. It is the teacher's personality and inspiration that shifts an ordinary "textbook" lesson into a remarkable educational experience.
But where to find this inspiration? How do you adapt the materials and tools that light up your eyes for a powerful modern lesson? And how to keep in mind that these materials should also connect with our coursebooks and syllabus?
In our January session, we'll look at how to use simple tools to catch your students' curiosity and motivate them to take action. We'll discuss resources that can inspire you to create your materials - or help you plan a productive lesson for any conditions in a few minutes. We'll also explore apps that help your students to practice and develop their English effectively outside of class - and low-prep activities to enhance their speaking skills.
Together with internationally recognized experts in developing an experimental mindset in teaching, we will discuss strategies for finding new ideas and inspiration for your teaching practice - and how to stay inspired in busy and crowded classrooms.
In addition, alongside professional teachers, we will discuss the SCAMPER methodology, which creates all the conditions for you and your students not only to think creatively but also to develop their English skills comprehensively.
At the very beginning of the new year, we will present best practices for finding inspiration with the capital letter I. Join us!