Please find below examples of our most common workshops. Regarding the language in which the workshops are held, we can be very adaptable.
Working in a culturally sensitive way in a heterogeneous class increases participation, output, interest and contributes to a better class climate. In the workshop, we will work on the CSLT approach and its direct implementation in our own classrooms with practical hands-on examples. Success is unavoidable!
In this activity we will try to find out what skills our learners will need in the future. We approach this topic using Stanford d.school's Design Thinking methodology. The five steps of emphasize, design, prototype, and test will help us to identify what it takes to get there.
How will the educational landscape (have to) evolve? How do we identify today what will be tomorrow? By analyzing the present and by incorporating our own experiences, we design possible "futures". As a result, we try to develop a strategy for a desirable future. Technique: Futures Thinking (IFTF).
By using modern language teaching and new media, it is easy to add that extra bit to your lessons. Based on learners' reality and combined with the target language's culture, a language can be more easily understood and internalized. Findings from neurodidactics can also improve teaching. How? We will discuss all this in this session.
Silence in the classroom? - That's horror. How do I encourage students to actively participate in class? What methods, tools and techniques work best? Discover how you transform from teacher to facilitator and how to let your students take the lead. The outcome will be something to be proud of!