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Join us for our webinar with Tom Garside, founder of Language Point Teacher Education, as he looks at online teaching strategies as we move into what may include a more blended learning approach after what has been a challenging year for all.
From smaller classes, to designing more flexible study modes and online/offline content, find out more about the common problems with transferring classroom teaching to online and helping learners catch up when back in the classroom. Whether it is lack of participation or engagement from learners, this webinar will help you to look at ways you can change what you are doing to develop digital literacy and bring different tools to aid your teaching.
About the presenter
Tom Garside is the founder of Language Point Teacher Education, a teacher training organisation that works with teachers of all nationalities in different educational settings to improve what they do in their own classrooms. He consults on teacher education and assessment literacy with Trinity College London, and directs courses leading tothe Level 5 Trinity CertTESOL and the Level 6 Trinity Certificate for Practising Teachers, a new teacher development qualification, both of which are delivered entirely online to teachers anywhere in the world.
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