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14:55 –15:00 Welcome
15:00 –16:15 WORKSHOP Teaching is easier with Cambridge One
16:15 –16:35 Q&A SESSION Cambridge One - 21st century digital helper
16:35 Close

Talk 1 – Teaching is easier with Cambridge One by Charles Stewart

Hybrid learning, both face-to-face and online, is one of the main characteristics of a 21st Century classroom. Yet keeping students motivated and engaged seems to be more difficult than ever before. In this interactive webinar, we will examine the Cambridge One Digital Platform, looking at the teacher's and student's view, and establish ways to integrate this user-friendly platform into our classrooms to both aid us, as teachers, and to help keep our students motivated year round. We will use examples from Open World, Compact and Complete.

Talk 2 - Cambridge One - 21st century digital helper by Františka Lutterová

In this session, we will go through the most commonly asked questions related to Cambridge One content and usage in order to enjoy future experience with this new Cambridge online platform.

Oct 13, 2022 02:55 PM in Prague Bratislava

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Speakers

Charles Stewart
Charles Stewart has been working in the ELT field for over nine years, teaching ESL, speaking at various ELT conferences around the Czech Republic and writing and delivering teacher training in several countries around the world. Throughout his teaching career, Charles has been fortunate to teach all levels, both young learners and adults. However, over the last few of years, his focus has been drawn more towards teaching young learners, both general English for Primary ages, and B2 and C1 exam preparation classes for secondary aged students. Consequently, Charles is heavily involved in the Young Learners Department at the British Council in Prague, where he currently lives and works, and teaches Exam preparation at a local Czech gymnázium.
Františka Lutterová
Františka Lutterová has been involved in English Language education for over twenty years as a teacher, a director of studies and a regional manager for ELT book publishers. She has an extensive knowledge of all aspects of English teaching in the Czech Republic and elsewhere in Europe. Currently, she is the Regional Business Development Manager for Cambridge University Press & Assessment.