To encourage motivation, resilience and learner autonomy, we should equip our Young Learner students with tools and techniques to reflect on their progress and to identify what they need to focus on next. Let’s explore creative ways of fostering a sense of progress in the YL classroom!
By the end of the course, participants will be better able to:
- Understand learning to learn techniques and how to embed these in our lesson plans with young learners
- Explore assessment for learning methods to increase students’ motivation and engagement
- Analyse student reflection techniques that can be used with young learners and apply these to their classrooms
Wednesday 8th, 15th, 22nd March 2023 from
9.00 – 11.00 a.m. GMT OR 18.00 to 20.00 GMT
Sign up here: https://forms.office.com/r/17RhDVk3dm
What have our course participants said?
‘Just amazingly interesting and useful’
‘Immediately applicable in the classroom. Changed the way I teach and my students are so grateful!’
‘I’ve always been looking for enthusiastic people fully committed to their work, fiercely loyal and affectionate to students they teach who were ready to share their background knowledge and resourceful experience with others. This August I suddenly popped to British council website with a link to ELTONIX and signed up for the upcoming course which absolutely came up to my expectations. With Sarah I’ve discovered a new approach to constructing a lesson, which was provided with both wise theory and converted into practice valuable hands-on activities.
So, there is a lot to see and get for anyone whether you are a fresher or an expert. It’ll definitely add up to your knowledge and make you go through the process both as a teacher and a student. I would say ELTONIX is my inspiration making me go on and understanding that the whole world is united by a wish to find out MORE. ELTONIX is a hope that whatever is done would imprint in people’s minds in a brighter, clearer and quicker way.’