Events

 

MaWSIG Pre-Conference Event, IATEFL Manchester 2020

Crash and burnout: early warning signs and avoiding teacher burnout

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ESOL SIG Pre-Conference Event, IATEFL Manchester 2020

Strategies to survive overwhelm

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Plenary at International House Managers’ Conference, London, January 2020

Crash and burnout: early warning signs and avoiding teacher burnout

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Closing Plenary at English UK ELT Conference, London, January 2020

Crash and burnout: early warning signs and avoiding teacher burnout

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Plenary at Exams Catalunya Conference, November 2019

Crash and burnout: early warning signs and avoiding teacher burnout

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8th ELT Malta Conference, October 2019

Where do you get your (materials) ideas from? 

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IATEFL Liverpool 2019, April 2019 July 2018

Using your head? What neuroscience has to teach us about learning

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Opening Plenary at APPI (Portuguese Teachers’ Association) Conference Madeira February 2019.

Guilty Secrets of the ELT Classroom

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NATECLA National Conference 2018, Birmingham, 7th July 2018

Using your head? What neuroscience has to teach us about learning.

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Oxford Teachers’ Day, Madrid, April 21st 2018 and Valencia, May 5th 2018

Maximising progress with mixed ability groups

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IATEFL, Brighton, April 10th 2018

Mindfulness for ELT Teachers and Students

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Opening Plenary at the NATECLA National Conference, July 2017 and at NATECLA Scotland, Nov 2017

Guilty Secrets of the ELT Classroom

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Workshop for MA students at Swansea University, May 2017

Exploiting authentic video

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NATECLA National Regional Conferences, November 2016 and April 2017

The Joy Of Drilling

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BESIG Annual Conference, Munich, 4-6th November 2016

Climbing the lattice: Teaching Business English in the Age of the Adult Learner

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Learn English in Wales, Cardiff, 29th October 2016

Don’t cry for me, Aunty Tina: Navigating listening through decoding

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British Council Teaching for Success Online Conference, 5th-9th October 2016

Planning for Differentiation

(link to recording on webinar page of this blog)

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NATECLA National Conference, Nottingham, 8-10th July 2016

Mindfulness for ESOL students (and teachers)

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Teachers’ Summer Seminar, Dublin, 16th June 2016

Don’t cry for me, Aunty Tina: Navigating listening through decoding

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IATEFL Annual Conference, Birmingham, 14th April 2016

Cracking the Code of English

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ETAS Conference, Zurich, January 23-4 2016

More than a guessing game: identifying and teaching specific reading skills

Teaching Advanced Learners

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British Council Teaching English webinar, 19th January 2016 (link to recording on webinar page of this blog)

How to get students writing in class (and loving it)

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Webinar for OUP, November 2015 (link to recording on webinar page of this blog)

Helping advanced learners to really advance

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Bedford College, July 2015

Do something different with the coursebook

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Gdansk, Krakow, Katowice, Wroclaw, Poznan and Warsaw, March 2015 and Moscow and St Petersburg April 2015

Don’t cry for me, Aunty Tina: Navigating listening through decoding

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Webinar for OUP, May 2015 (recording available  on OUP site under webinar resources archive)

Language for the future- reading and listening skills

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Language Show Live, October 17th 2014

All the world’s a stage: Making Shakespeare relevant to ELT and ESOL students

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Webinar for Pearson, June 2014

Practical planning for summer school classes

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Brasshouse Conference, June 2014

Thinking on your feet or put on the spot?

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British Council Seminar Series, London and Belfast, March 2014,  IATEFL Harrogate April 2014 and Nile, Norwich, August 2014

More than just a worksheet: how to write effective classroom materials

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British Council Anniversaries Team Training Day

Some recipes for reading texts

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Opening Plenary for Brasshouse Conference, Birmingham, June 2013

The portals of discovery: why feedback isn’t just a teaching technique

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IATEFL Liverpool April 2013

Of course! Using a coursebook AND dealing emergent language

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English UK Manager’s Conference, March 2013

Unlocking IELTS: providing less experienced teachers with a key to the exam

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Bournemouth British Study Centres, February 2013 and St Giles, London, September 2013

Making in-class writing fun

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BELTE, Brighton, 20th October 2012

11-14 minutes of hell? Preparing students to survive and even thrive in the IELTS speaking test.

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NATECLA Midlands Day Conference  : Tradition vs Innovation, South and City College Birmingham, 17th November 2012

The Joy of Drilling        

 

2 Responses to Events

  1. Slava

    Dear Rachael, thank you very much for our blog. It is very helpful and interesting! Are there, by any chance, any forthcoming events or workshops?

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