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Alastair Grant in Neuquén: "Learning Strategies: encouraging our own educat...

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Salón Auditorium de la Facultad de Turismo - Universidad del Comahue

Buenos Aires 1400

Neuquén, Neuquén 8300

Argentina

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Come and join ELT Teacher Trainer Alastair Grant to enjoy a lovely morning in Neuquén with a lot of reflection work!

Presentation's abstract:

Learning Strategies: encouraging our own education

“Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country”. When John F. Kennedy said these famous words, he might well have been talking about teaching – just try replacing the word “country” with the word “education”.

Many of the methods and approaches we have been taught about and indeed practise, seem to have been designed with the idea of how we, as teachers, must deliver our classes, but are we not creating a culture of dependency in doing so?

This session seeks to redress the balance and show how, in providing our students with ways of working things out for themselves; they can do as much for their own education as we can.


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Alastair is an English Teacher and Teacher Trainer. He is Academic Director at Colegio Nuevo Las Lomas and In-Schools Director at the International Language Training Centre in Buenos Aires. He is a teacher trainer for International House Montevideo, where he was previously Director of Studies.


Schedule:

9.00 Registration

9.30 Learning Strategies: encouraging our own education

10.15 Coffee break (on the house)

10.45 Learning Strategies: encouraging our own education (cont)

11.30 2018 Macmillan books presentation + Raffles and closure




Free of charge! Don’t miss our final raffle!

Certificate of assistance will be issued.


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Salón Auditorium de la Facultad de Turismo - Universidad del Comahue

Buenos Aires 1400

Neuquén, Neuquén 8300

Argentina

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