Mark your calendar for the Pearson Webinar series for Primary and Secondary Teachers

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Are you a primary teacher interested in assessment for learning?

Do you teach secondary students and struggle to find the balance in mixed ability classes? Are you juggling preparing your secondary students for external exams whilst still following the curriculum?

Are you preparing your students for Selectividad and would like to keep your classes meaningful and communicative?

If you are interested in these key issues for teaching English in Spanish schools, you can join us in this series of four 45-minute Pearson professional development webinarsThese webinars will take place over two weeks in February and March and are presented by our teacher trainers Brian Engquist, Elena Merino and Michael Brand, who will share with you new ideas, activities, tips, tools and tasks to liven up your lessons!

Mark your calendar for Pearson Webinars for English Teachers

These free webinars will take place between February 21-22 and February 28- March 1. Each webinar will be held twice, so that you can choose the time of the day that suits you best: 17:30 pm or 19:00 pm.

Interested? Please visit our webinar page to find out more and register! 
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at pearsonELT@pearson.com

Do you know any other teachers who would be interested in these webinars? Forward them this page so they can register as well.

Looking forward to seeing you online!

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About Elena Merino

Teacher Trainer for Pearson. I lived 1 year in Ireland and 3 years in the USA, where I fell in love with the English language. I've worked as a teacher for twelve years in different contexts and with different age groups. PhD in Communication and Multilingual Education, I'm concerned about meaningful real-world tasks that get students to communicate, in other words, how can teachers facilitate learning and engage students in the English classroom?

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