Myanmar – Reading and Listening Skills: Receptive but not passive! When learners are listening or reading, there may not appear to be much happening, but it would be a mistake to regard these receptive skills as purely passive. If the text is engaging and the learners are motivated, the cognitive and affective processing that is […]
Globe Previous Events
Mental Illness Representation in ELT Materials- Post session update Our thanks to Lottie and Phil for a starting this conversation around representing mental illness in ELT materials. For those of you who missed it – the video will be available here shortly and in our video library.
Getting Creative with Inquiry-Based Learning Tania Pugliese and Jennifer Law will lead an interactive webinar that explores and shares ideas on getting learners curious, questioning and creative. Date and registration to be posted here soon.
Upcoming sessions with Chris Farrell Chris is Head of Teacher Development at Centre of English Studies and will be leading a series of two sessions in our Autumn and Winter programme. He brings a wealth of experience in facilitating both academic and practical teacher development for teachers at different stages of their professional journey. Watch
One of things we wanted to do when we started the Globe community, was bring people together who wouldn’t normally bump into each other in their daily working lives. We were particularly keen to create connections with educators from different cultural contexts and in different geographical regions around the world. We were and are also very
The 18th of May marked a great moment in our Globe community. We opened the virtual café for the first time for a ‘Coffee and Chat’ event. Trainers from six different countries came together and talked about the challenges of taking teacher training events online. Whilst we all acknowledge that there is a place for