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November 2014: CPD month

Innovations in Continuing Professional Development

November is CPD month on TeachingEnglish and our sister site EnglishAgenda with several webinars, podcasts and a live event planned. You can read all about what's happening here

Consequently, the 4 topics for November are all related to Continuing Professional Development.

Average: 2.2 (6 votes)
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Managing Poor Performance - A Case Study

*/ I took a management course and one of the assignments was to write about managing poor performance. I thought it would be useful to share a case study I produced.
 

Introduction

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Insights on professional development for busy teachers

Teacher development. Continuous teacher development or CPD.
How have you managed your development as a teacher in a busy schedule ?
What should be chosen from such a plethora of possibilities and directions to go?

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Facilitating Learning

FACILITATING LEARNING WITH A DIFFERENCE.
Nina MK, Ph.D.

Average: 5 (3 votes)
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Insights on how to cope with teacher development in a busy schedule

Teacher development. Continuing teacher development or CPD.
How have you managed your development as a teacher in a busy schedule?
What should be chosen from such a plethora of possibilities and directions to go?

Consider factors such as:

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Project-based teacher development

When I was an academic manager about six years ago in Sao Paulo, Brazil, I had the chance to lead a few different professional development initiatives with varying degrees of success. The ones which didn’t work as I expected were:

Average: 3.7 (3 votes)
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How can the Teacher be a Facilitator?

The teacher as facilitator

Nowadays, the teacher must be a facilitator. But before we talk about how the teacher can be a facilitator, we must comprehend the meaning of a facilitator. A facilitator is the person who assists a group of people in grasping at their common targets and in achieving them without any intervention on his/her behalf. Therefore, when we say the teacher has to play the role of a facilitator in the classroom, this means that the teacher should not be the king who controls the activities of the learners.

Average: 2.8 (4 votes)
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Without research there is no progress, and with no progress there is no learning.

Without research there is no progress, and with no progress there is no learning.

I must say that I am one of those teachers that as soon as I have 5 minutes free, I open my laptop and you can find me online looking through my favorite websites for teachers, searching for new materials, reading other teachers' experiences and more...

Average: 4.8 (12 votes)
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Mentor Story

MENTOR STORY.
Nina MK, Ph.D.

Average: 4.3 (3 votes)
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Larry Ferlazzo: What Does Enhanced Discovery Learning Look Like In The ELL Classroom?

Average: 3.9 (11 votes)

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