|“How to Transform Teaching English in the Lower Primary Years“
Hi English educators!
Please come and join our Virtual Workshop “How to Transform Teaching English in the Lower Primary Years” on Saturday, 23 October 2021 at 1pm-3pm.
Since English is widely regarded as the world’s language, parents are keen to enroll their children in English-speaking schools hoping that their children will be able to learn, communicate and collaborate in the world of globalization.
Teaching English for Younger Learners may have challenges especially amidst this pandemic. But once teachers are equipped with the needed knowledge, expertise, and strategies, then teaching would be much easier and productive.
It is a must for all teachers to understand and adapt to the recent changes in the education system the so-called hybrid learning. Therefore we have to be open to innovations.
This is not a webinar. This is a virtual workshop suitable for all English teachers who teach in Lower Primary school who are looking for ideas how to make the English lesson to be more engaging and fun.
This workshop will be interactive, where participants will engage in discussions and in collaborative activities that enable participants to explore the topic into a deeper level.
Register early as seats are limited (First Come First Served) by clicking on this link:
See you all there in the workshop!
Ms. Marites Itchon Magpatoc is currently the Head of Student Development in an International School here in Indonesia- Jakarta Nanyang School. She has also been the Elementary Education Coordinator for the last 8 years in the same institution. She has been in the teaching profession for 17 years.
Ms.Marites Itchon Magpatoc received her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, graduating as CUM LAUDE and a Master’s Degree, majoring in English in the Philippines. Ms. Marites, also known as Ms. Tess, is passionate about providing assistance to elementary teachers in order to ensure that all students have the best learning experience possible and to provide learning support where needed.