Recordings

Did you miss one of our webinars or wish to view it again and share with your colleagues? Do you want to watch the webinars of our past programs? Here is a perfect opportunity to do this.

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Watch recorded webinars from Spring 2017 Teacher Development Certificate
Using Mobile Technology in the Classroom – 23rd of March 2017
Martin Walls Martin is the current Assistant Director of Studies at EF Manchester, a position that he has held since 2012.He has completed the Cambridge DELTA and has been working in the TEFL industry since 2002. Martin has taught English in the Czech Republic, Australia, Spain, Hungary and in England. He has delivered Professional Development Training sessions on Assessing Speaking, Sub-Skills of Speaking, Involving Students in the Learning Process, Creating a Dynamic Classroom Environment, Using ipads in the Classroom and Raising Students’Awareness of Language Improvement. He has also carried out Professional Development Training Sessions to State-School and TEFL teachers in China.
Games and icebreakers – 6th of April 2017
Samantha Deakin Samantha is a Brazilian tri-lingual, language enthusiast. She has taught with EF Language Travel for five summers since qualifying with her CELTA. Samantha is currently working in our London office preparing for a the 2017 season where she will be Academic Manager of our London centre for the second year running. Samantha regularly carries out professional development workshops with her teachers helping them share and improve on their great ideas to make the classroom a fun, engaging and challenging place to learn.
Motivation and engaging weak students in the language classroom – 20th of April 2017
David Pickup David is currently a Senior Teacher at EF Manchester, a position that he has held for the last year.
He is currently completing the Trinity Diploma and has been working in the TEFL industry since 2012. David has taught English in the UK and held an Assistant Director of Studies role in Spain. He has delivered Professional Development Training sessions to his peers and also overseas teachers on subjects such as Assessing Speaking, Sub-Skills of listening and task exploitation David has a BA and an MA in History and has a professional interest in ‘Using Technology in the Classroom’.

Teaching high levels at 14:00 and 18:00 CEST – 4th of May 2017
Anita Galasso Anita is the current Director of Studies at EF Manchester, a position that she has held since 2013.
She has completed the Cambridge DELTA and the Trinity Diploma in English Language Teaching Management (DELTM) and has been working in the TEFL industry since 2002. Anita has taught English in Taiwan, Japan, Bolivia, Italy, Spain and Oman. She has also carried out Professional Development Training Sessions to her teachers at the EF Manchester school as well as to State-School and TEFL teachers in Russia. She is also a Cambridge PET, FCE and CAE writing examiner.

Teaching exam preparation classes – 18th of May 2017
Kristina Cirrincione Having originally joined EF New York in 2010, Kristina became a member of the Academics Department after achieving her degree in English Education, gaining experience in two NY public schools, and also completing the CELTA program. She is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Higher and Postsecondary Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. Kristina has taught a variety of classes, including Cambridge Preparation classes, General English, Career Skills and various Special Interest classes.
As current Curriculum Manager, Kristina oversees the training of new teachers and has developed over two-hundred specific Professional Developmental Sessions for different issues and training opportunities in the classroom. This has extended from EF staff members to non-native teachers and administrators. She has created necessary materials and activities specifically for said sessions, and is responsible for evaluating progress made.

Reaching the digital native – 1st of June 2017
Cassandra Catucci Cassandra is the Lead Teacher for Professionals students at EF New York, having taken on this position in September of 2015. She joined the EF team in June of 2012 after receiving her Master’s Degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). Cassandra has taught a variety of classes including General English, SPIN classes, Cambridge Exam preparation, TOEFL exam preparation, and lectures. She has specifically worked in depth with A1 (Beginner), A2 (Elementary), B2 (Upper Intermediate), and C1 (Advanced) students frequently. Cassandra is also the iPad Champion trainer for EF New York and works with both new teachers in New York as well as teaching colleagues in the U.S. in regards to the use of the iPad as a classroom tool.

Watch all recorded webinars archive from Fall 2013 – Fall 2016
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All recordings 2013-2016
Content Watch the recordings of our webinars from 2013 until Fall 2016. The topics include Teaching Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Pronunciation,Grammar, Multiple Intelligences in the Language Classroom, Making Exam Preparation Classes Fun, Teacher as facilitator, A student centered classroom, Alternative approaches to teaching, Reaching the digital learner, Demand high, Designing curricula and student assessment, Teaching Teenagers, Games and Icebreakers, Developing public speaking skills in a language classroom, Increasing motivation and engaging weak students, Teaching exams – focus on TOEFL and IELTS, Benefits of technology in the classroom and how to own it and many others.