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We are delighted to invite you to our exclusive events

for Greece on April 15th!  

 

We're holding a unique online event for Greek teachers to help bring some new ideas to your classrooms, whether that be in person or online.  

 

This FREE event will provide you with practical tips to take back to your classroom, to help you bring your classroom to life! 

 

Certificates will be provided for all attendees, along with a downloadable National Geographic Learning Calendar! PLUS all attendees will get the option to download a BUMPER New Close-up Sampler with sample units from 4 LEVELS! 

We are holding this event twice on the 15th April, these events will be IDENTICAL so you do not need to attend both. Please register for the time that suits you best!

AGENDA

(GREEK TIMES)

Morning event

 

11.00-11.05 – Introduction 

11.05-11.55 – Katherine Stannett – Teaching the Whole Student 

Cultivating a positive mindset, learning to grow from failure and developing a sense of self are just some of the crucial skills our students need, particularly in these challenging times. In this talk, I will be looking at how we can use our unique position as language teachers to encourage our students both to study well and to live well. 

11.55-12.00 – Break 

12.00-12.30 – Eftychis Kantarakis – Get up Close with New Close-up 

12.30-12.35 – Break 

12.35-13.15 – Dr. Imogen Napper – Becoming a Plastic Detective 

Dr Imogen Napper is a marine scientist and her research focuses on investigating sources of plastic pollution. Previously being described as a 'Plastic Detective', Dr Napper's work has taken her around the world to investigate how plastic gets into our environment. Dr Napper will take you on a journey of her research from microbeads in facial scrubs all the way to plastic near the top of Mt. Everest. 

Most importantly, she will share tips and solutions about how you can also join her in being a 'Plastic Detective' with your students, and how this will positively affect their learning experience and mental wellbeing. 

13.15-13.20 - Close 

 

Afternoon event 

16.30-16.35 – Introduction 

16.35-17.25 - Katherine Stannett – Teaching the Whole Student 

Cultivating a positive mindset, learning to grow from failure and developing a sense of self are just some of the crucial skills our students need, particularly in these challenging times. In this talk, I will be looking at how we can use our unique position as language teachers to encourage our students both to study well and to live well. 

17.25-17.30 – Break 

17.30-18.00 - Eftychis Kantarakis – Get up Close with New Close-up 

18.00-18.05 – Break 

18.05-18.45 - Dr. Imogen Napper – Becoming a Plastic Detective 

Dr Imogen Napper is a marine scientist and her research focuses on investigating sources of plastic pollution. Previously being described as a 'Plastic Detective', Dr Napper's work has taken her around the world to investigate how plastic gets into our environment. Dr Napper will take you on a journey of her research from microbeads in facial scrubs all the way to plastic near the top of Mt. Everest. 

Most importantly, she will share tips and solutions about how you can also join her in being a 'Plastic Detective' with your students, and how this will positively affect their learning experience and mental wellbeing. 

18.45-18.50 - Close 

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