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Integrating Creative and Critical Thinking Skills in ELT

Employers look for problem solvers and innovative thinkers. Everyone knows the importance of critical thinking and creativity – two essential 21st-century skills – but how can they be incorporated into the ELT classroom? Join the discussion to see how these skills can improve your students’ language proficiency and future employability, leading them to success in […]

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Developing Teamwork and Social Skills in the Business English Classroom

21st century skills are 85% of the required skills for employability. Two of the most common “soft skills” necessary for employment—collaboration and social skills—are essential to cover in the Business English classroom. Join us to learn how to incorporate these 21st skills in your lessons and give your students the edge they need in their […]

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Making Grammar Interesting, Interactive and Inclusive

Grammar lessons have a reputation for being dry or boring…but they don’t have to be! You can make learning English grammar exciting by including interactive activities featuring topics that are relevant to your students. Join us to learn how you can make grammar lessons more engaging, and see our expert panelists demonstrate specific activities that […]

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“Where’s the staff room?” Strategies for Continuing Professional Development for Online English Teachers

Flexibility, global exposure, secure payments, 24/7 customer support, access to videoconferencing tools designed for teaching… the advantages of teaching on an online marketplace are many, but how can we continue honing our teaching skills, keep motivated and avoid feeling isolated whilst working online? Come along to pick up some useful strategies you can apply in […]

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Teaching English Pronunciation: Understanding and Utilizing the IPA Chart

Pronunciation materials and lessons often show IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) symbols but what do they mean? And, how can you use them to improve your pronunciation instruction? Join our expert panel for an intro and overview of the International Phonetic Alphabet as well as practical applications to your English language classroom and teaching. We will […]

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Preparing Business English Students for Career Success: How to Develop 21st Century Skills

As a business English instructor, you’re not only teaching the English language–you’re also preparing your students for success in their careers and helping them become more employable. As the world of work changes, it’s critical for you to evolve to prepare your business English students to thrive in the 21st century workplace. What are the […]

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Duolingo: The Future of Testing, Here Today

Meet the Duolingo English Test, the digital-first English proficiency test that can be taken online, any time, anywhere in the world. In this session, we’ll walk through the journey of a test and explain how we use the latest assessment science and AI to deliver reliable and secure results. We’ll also give you our best […]

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Bright Language: Bright Language Tests: Designing Flexible, Objective and Globally Recognized Language Assessments

Introducing Bright Language Testing. Join this session to discover the online, flexible and recognized testing solutions that are opening the doors of education to candidates around the world thanks to a worldwide network of partners and the development of innovative solutions for today’s challenges. During this presentation we will also be discussing how we collaborate […]

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Pearson: PTE Academic: The Fast, Reliable And Convenient Testing Solution

Join us for an introductory session on PTE Academic, a leader in language testing. We’ll uncover not only the fundamentals of the product, but what makes this test so unique. Convenience, speed of delivery and results are just some of the reasons test takers are choosing PTE over other high stakes tests, but with new […]

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Pearson: Global Scale of English – The Ultimate Compass for Every Learner Journey

Research shows us that effective teaching and learning is outcomes-focused. By setting clear goals – and measuring progress towards those goals – we can better understand the impact of what is being taught, even for the youngest of learners. The Global Scale of English (GSE) was developed to address some of the limitations of the […]

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