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Help and support for your classroom, whatever that looks like 

Dear Educator, 
 
Thank you for vising our Teaching through Crisis website. Teaching now is very different to how it was 20 years ago, and despite the changes and challenges, it has opened up different ways of teaching, and means that classrooms don’t necessarily need four walls. 
We also realise that teachers do not all have the same available time to join webinars and trainings, so we wanted to put together a support site that you can access whenever and wherever you are. 
 
Together with National Geographic Learning authors and trainers we have put together a selection of resources to help you and your students should you, for whatever reason, be unable to conduct your usual ELT classes. 
 
We hope they can provide you with support and guidance in your teaching, whatever your students' level or situation. 

 
Please get in touch  if you have any questions, and we wish you all the success in your classroom, whatever that looks like. 
 
National Geographic Learning 

On this site you will find

Short video lessons aimed at Young Learner to Adult students – ideal for students to watch on their own or to watch in a classroom

Links to other National Geographic Learning web pages like webinars and blogs to help you in your classroom. 

Recordings from our Facebook Live series where we talk to educators for their experience and advice on topics such as Teaching learners from refugee backgrounds and Forced displacement. Trauma. Can ESOL provide effective relief? 

A catalogue of third-party videos, articles, blog posts and webinars shared by the speakers of our Facebook Live series to help yours and your students' development and wellbeing.

Here are some extracts from our Facebook Live speakers. 

 

Why not watch the full interviews with all our speakers on the Professional Development tab?

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Paul Dummett

'The ESOL classroom provides stability and a constant in people’s lives. '