Sue Sheerin: The learner-centred classroom

Watch a recording of this webinar about learner-centred teaching with Sue Sheerin.

About the webinar

Recorded in 2011, this webinar explore different aspects of learner-centred teaching. What does it mean to be 'learner-centred'? Why is it important? We examine some of the practical issues. What problems might arise? Is learner-centred teaching possible in all contexts? We consider these and other questions, and also introduce some ideas which can help teachers to become more learner-centred.

About the speaker

Sue Sheerin, formerly Director of the University of Sussex Language Institute, is an educational consultant with many years’ experience in language teaching, teacher training and academic management.

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