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Two practical and thought-provoking online webinars to celebrate World Teachers’ Day.

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This webinar, with discussion and three presentations by Carol Lethaby, Phil Dexter and Philip Kerr, looks to address and explore some...

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 James Taylor tells us what he's learned about teaching teenagers.

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Phil Dexter talks about equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) and how it can be incorporated into continuing professional development...

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With so many online development opportunities, it can be difficult to know where to start. This webinar guides you through the British...

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On 14 December 2016, Tim Phillips gave a presentation on discovering how we find our way through professional development.

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How can simple video conferencing tools provide many of the components of effective language teaching for young learners in refugee...

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Watch a recording of our May 2016 webinar with Paul Braddock. He talked about the British Council's CPD framework for teachers and...

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Watch a recording of Lizzie Pinard's talk from 15 March 2016 talking about how we can foster learner autonomy by helping our students...

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Telling stories of professional experience can be a powerful form of development for teachers and teacher educators, benefiting not only...

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Watch a recording of Rachael Roberts' webinar from January 2016 where she looked at a number of motivating writing activities that you...

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This webinar with Keith Harding, from November 2015, looks at ways of making the most of the learning opportunities that lie beyond the...

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In this webinar, Nik Peachey looks at some of the ideas explored in the British Council publication Creativity in English language...

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This webinar uses lessons learned while developing of the British Council’s LearnEnglish Kids Playtime app to reflect on the issue of...

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Teaching blogs contain a wealth of information, but it can be hard to know where to start. In this webinar, Sandy shows you where to...

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‘Assessment’ is one of those terms in ELT that can mean many things. We talk about formative and summative assessment, peer and self-...

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In this webinar, Ceri Jones looks at going back to basics with a class of beginners and shares her experience of discarding the...

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In this webinar, Peter Moran covers the following four areas: What is Asperger's Syndrome? How can we as teachers recognise children who...

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In this webinar, Victoria Boobyer talks about the why and how of Graded Readers. Her talk covers the methodological and pedagogical...

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Teaching state school primary children through video-conferencing, the British Council Uruguay are developing a unique approach to...

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Learning technologies is a very fast-moving field and it's hard for busy teachers to keep up with the latest and greatest tools and...

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This excellent webinar with Gail Ellis shows how the rich and stimulating medium of story picturebooks and the technique of storytelling...

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Teaching teenagers is a lot more than just methodology and materials. Helping them to overcome some of the difficulties that can affect...

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Recorded on 12 June 2014, this webinar with Jo Budden takes a look behind the scenes of the LearnEnglish Teens website and focuses on...

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Recorded on 6 May 2014, this webinar with Ceri Jones explores how a range of micro writing tasks can activate language, encourage...

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Recorded in February, this webinar looks at the topic of learner autonomy and suggests practical methods that we can use to encourage...

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Recorded in March 2014, this webinar by Keith Kelly looked at the successful implementation of CLIL. During the webinar he shared...

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Recorded in January 2014, this webinar by Sylvia Guinan looked at helping teachers to think for themselves about creative applications...

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Video games are a long established part of many people’s recreational habits, and have the power to engage and motivate players.

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Theme: Practising writing for exams can be challenging for many students and it is often difficult for teachers to find ways to make...

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