Ready for what next… webinar series
Pearson English produced a webinar event from on November 10-19, 2020, where we delved into the hot topics teachers have been asking us about. The Ready for what’s next webinars cover topics such as Addressing Lost Learning, Blended and Online Learning, Platforms and online tools, Assessment, Mental Health and Wellbeing and Building Confidence. Over 29,000 teachers registered from over 60 countries. You can watch all webinars here.
From product training to academic webinars, Pearson ELT is here to help you enhance your career, make lesson planning easier, and motivate your students to achieve their goals.
Pearson ELT Webinars
Pearson ELT Summer Academy 2020
June – September
Join us for a series of webinars focusing on online and remote instruction. Our authors and consultants will share tools and strategies for how to teach with Pearson ELT products in remote settings.
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After making the emergency transition from F2F (face-to-face) to remote instruction, many programs are preparing to continue distance learning for another term as buildings remain closed or partially reopen with social distancing. Challenges for language instruction include how to promote interactive communication practice, balance synchronous and asynchronous learning, build a classroom community virtually, and deliver remote instruction that is effective on a range of student devices.
Want to engage your online or face-to-face learners? Looking for tools to meet your digital learners’ needs as well as your programmatic goals and course student learning outcomes? This webinar walks you through the new Pearson Modular Grammar Powered by Nearpod. Learn how you can supplement your current lessons with a vibrant digital platform. You will see how your students can engage in grammar tasks that involve virtual field trips, collaborative boards, practices, races, and more. During this webinar you will learn the pedagogy behind the Pearson Modular Grammar Course Powered by Nearpod, as well as how you can effectively implement it into your classes.
From Face-to-Face to Distance Teaching with Future: The Lower Levels
Presented by Sarah Lynn
In this webinar Sarah Lynn, Future author and series consultant, will explore ways you can engage, support, and challenge your low-level learners at a distance by leveraging Future‘s considerable digital and print resources.
From Face-to-Face to Distance Teaching with Future: The Intermediate Levels
Presented by Sarah Lynn
In this webinar Sarah Lynn, Future author and series consultant, will explore ways you can engage, support, and challenge your intermediate-level learners at a distance by leveraging Future‘s considerable digital and print resources.
Digital Transformation with the Azar-Hagen Grammar Series
Presented by Geneva Tesh
The Azar-Hagen Grammar Series is the world’s most trusted grammar source for clear, direct, and comprehensive instruction. It takes a time-tested approach that blends direct grammar instruction with carefully sequenced practice to develop all language skills. The series is available with many great digital resources that allow for a smooth transition from face-to-face to remote teaching environment. In this webinar, the series consultant will demonstrate how you can leverage the Azar-Hagen Grammar Series‘ robust digital resources to develop remote instruction and ensure your students are engaged and learning.
From Stress to Success: Supporting Rigor in the Transitions Classroom
Presented by Lia Olson
If ever there were a place for rigor, it is the transitions classroom, the last station along the track to college and career. How do we provide the rigor and support our students need for the journey? Explore transitions-level methods and materials that move rigor from a source of stress to success! This webinar will introduce the new Future Advanced and how it supports students in their journey to college and career success. It will also demonstrate how it can be used in remote settings to engage students by leveraging the program’s robust digital resources.
Remote Learning Strategies with NorthStar, 5E
Presented by Christina Cavage
NorthStar, the best-selling integrated-skill course, empowers learners to achieve their academic and personal goals. Now in the fifth edition, NorthStar continues to offer engaging content and critical thinking skills to prepare learners to move from basic comprehension to higher-level analysis. The new edition also comes with outstanding digital resources that allow programs to smoothly transition from face-to-face instruction to remote setting. This webinar will demonstrate how you can leverage NorthStar‘s digital resources to engage learners in remote settings.
Future Advanced for GED Prep
Presented by Lia Olson
The new Future Advanced is the capstone level of the Future series. Building on the skills, competencies, and strategies of the lower levels, Future Advanced features rigorous and relevant curriculum that prepares students to transition to higher levels of civic engagement, successful employment, high-school equivalency, and college and career preparation coursework. The program’s rigorous and appropriately scaffolded curriculum makes it the perfect text for GED prep programs. This webinar will explore how Future Advanced can be used for GED prep, and how programs can leverage its robust digital resources to conduct the classes in remote settings.
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Experience – it’s how we learn
How can we help our learners succeed beyond the classroom? Could mindfulness help students get through scary exams? How does mediation fit into the communicative classroom?
We’re taking a fresh look at important questions and coming up with new answers. Thanks to a network of colleagues, researchers, authors and friends around the world, we’ve got some great stories to share.