TESOL France and IATEFL LAM SIG present: A Round Table Discussion on Classroom Management: The Challenges Teachers Face Today Panel members include: George Pickering (Chair); Burcu Akyol (via Skype) Bethany Cagnol; Duncan Foord; Linda Vignac Speaker Bios: Burcu Akyol graduated from Hacettepe University, ELT Department in 2000. She holds a Master's degree in Educational Management. Her main areas of interest are teacher training and learning technologies. Currently, she works at Istek Schools as Foreign
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  • Part 5/5 Classroom Management


    Part 5: Round Table Discussion on Classroom Management: The Challenges Teachers Face Today Panel members include: George Pickering (Chair); Burcu Akyol (via Skype) Bethany Cagnol; Duncan Foord; Linda Vignac Speaker Bios: Burcu Akyol graduated from Hacettepe University, ELT Department in 2000. She holds a Master's degree in Educational Management. Her main areas of interest are teacher training and learning technologies. Currently, she works at Istek Schools as Foreign Languages Department, Education Coord
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  • Part 1/5 Classroom Management


    TESOL France and IATEFL LAM SIG present: A Round Table Discussion on Classroom Management: The Challenges Teachers Face Today Panel members include: George Pickering (Chair); Burcu Akyol (via Skype) Bethany Cagnol; Duncan Foord; Linda Vignac Speaker Bios: Burcu Akyol graduated from Hacettepe University, ELT Department in 2000. She holds a Master's degree in Educational Management. Her main areas of interest are teacher training and learning technologies. Currently, she works at Istek Schools as Foreign
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  • Part 4/5 Classroom Management


    Part 4: Round Table Discussion on Classroom Management: The Challenges Teachers Face Today Panel members include: George Pickering (Chair); Burcu Akyol (via Skype) Bethany Cagnol; Duncan Foord; Linda Vignac Speaker Bios: Burcu Akyol graduated from Hacettepe University, ELT Department in 2000. She holds a Master's degree in Educational Management. Her main areas of interest are teacher training and learning technologies. Currently, she works at Istek Schools as Foreign Languages Department, Education Coord
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  • Part 3/5 Classroom Management


    Part 3: Round Table Discussion on Classroom Management: The Challenges Teachers Face Today Panel members include: George Pickering (Chair); Burcu Akyol (via Skype) Bethany Cagnol; Duncan Foord; Linda Vignac Speaker Bios: Burcu Akyol graduated from Hacettepe University, ELT Department in 2000. She holds a Master's degree in Educational Management. Her main areas of interest are teacher training and learning technologies. Currently, she works at Istek Schools as Foreign Languages Department, Education Coord
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  • Part 2/5 Classroom Management


    Part 2: Round Table Discussion on Classroom Management: The Challenges Teachers Face Today Panel members include: George Pickering (Chair); Burcu Akyol (via Skype) Bethany Cagnol; Duncan Foord; Linda Vignac Speaker Bios: Burcu Akyol graduated from Hacettepe University, ELT Department in 2000. She holds a Master's degree in Educational Management. Her main areas of interest are teacher training and learning technologies. Currently, she works at Istek Schools as Foreign Languages Department, Education Coord
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  • Dreaming in Different Tongues: Languages and the Way We Think


    On the Same Page: Voices of Berkeley keynote event Moderated by Geoff Nunberg Panelists: Scholars Lera Boroditsky and Lily Wong Fillmore; author and Cal alumna Maxine Hong Kingston; actor and Cal alumnus John Cho. http://onthesamepage.berkeley.edu
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  • Part 4 Lindsay Clandfield at IATEFL 2010 Critical Thinking


    Content, culture and critical thinking in an era of Global English Given English's status as an international language, what does this mean for the topics and texts we use with students? Published material has been criticised for being Anglocentric, cosmopolitan, bland, celebrity-driven or a combination of all these. The authors of Macmillan's new course Global wanted texts and topics that were international and culturally sensitive but engaging on an intellectual and affective level as well. We also wante
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  • Part 3 Lindsay Clandfield at IATEFL 2010 Critical Thinking


    Content, culture and critical thinking in an era of Global English Given English's status as an international language, what does this mean for the topics and texts we use with students? Published material has been criticised for being Anglocentric, cosmopolitan, bland, celebrity-driven or a combination of all these. The authors of Macmillan's new course Global wanted texts and topics that were international and culturally sensitive but engaging on an intellectual and affective level as well. We also wante
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  • Part 2 Lindsay Clandfield at IATEFL 2010 Critical Thinking


    Content, culture and critical thinking in an era of Global English Given English's status as an international language, what does this mean for the topics and texts we use with students? Published material has been criticised for being Anglocentric, cosmopolitan, bland, celebrity-driven or a combination of all these. The authors of Macmillan's new course Global wanted texts and topics that were international and culturally sensitive but engaging on an intellectual and affective level as well. We also wante
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  • Part 1-Lindsay Clandfield at IATEFL 2010 Critical Thinking


    Content, culture and critical thinking in an era of Global English Given English's status as an international language, what does this mean for the topics and texts we use with students? Published material has been criticised for being Anglocentric, cosmopolitan, bland, celebrity-driven or a combination of all these. The authors of Macmillan's new course Global wanted texts and topics that were international and culturally sensitive but engaging on an intellectual and affective level as well. We also wante
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  • David Nunan TESOL Seminar: Motivating Young Learners


    © Anaheim University 2008 The original video can be seen at http://www.anaheim.edu/content/view/648/110/ World renowned linguist Dr. David Nunan speaks on "Motivating Young Learners" at the Anaheim University Akio Morita Learning Center in Tokyo, Japan. Anaheim University Dean of the Graduate School of Education Dr. David Nunan is the worlds leading textbook author with worldwide sales exceeding 300,000,000. He is the former President of TESOL, the worlds largest language teaching organization, and has w
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  • The importance of blogging. An interview with SIirin Soyoz and Adam SIimpson


    Share your videos with friends, family, and the world
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  • Seven Ways of Looking at Grammar |Obsessive Grammar Syndrome OGS


    Seven Ways of Looking at Grammar THE NEW SCHOOL FOR PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT | http://www.newschool.edu/publicengagement What is grammar, and how is it internalized in the mind? Is it made up of symbolic code or of neural connections? Is it a sedimented trace left by previous conversations or an innate human capacity? Our answers to these questions obviously shape the way we go about teaching second languages. In this talk, Scott Thornbury reviews some of the main models of grammar—often couched as metaphors—and
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  • Teaching Unplugged - Teaching Practice


    A formal Teaching Practice at the University of Sussex with an attempted unplugged lesson. Full lesson plan and reflection is available here: http://eltexperiences.blogspot.com/2011/03/unplugged-teaching-practice-formal.html Additional information about this YouTube video is available here: http://eltexperiences.blogspot.com/2011/05/teaching-unplugged-my-first-video.html
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  • Dogme by Luke Meddings


    Luke Meddings speaks about DOGME at the International House Directors of Studies Conference in London, January 2012.
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  • Dogme or not to Dogme


    Jeremy Harmer speaks about what to teach and why at the International House Directors of Studies Conference in London, January 2012.
 
 
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