Cambridge University Press Webinar Series
Every teacher knows that learning is beyond the boundaries of age, classrooms, or medium. With Virtual Teaching taking more space in the current scenario, it is important for teachers to brace themselves with the latest digital teaching methods. Understanding this need, Cambridge University Press has arranged multiple webinars with the esteemed experts of that particular field to help teachers. Be a part of these classes beyond rooms webinars’ series & learn about various tips, methods, plug and play activities to make learning seriously fun!
Missed out on our previous sessions? View the recordings of our webinars to support every teacher here.
|Monday, June 22, 2020, 4 pm onwards||Teaching Young Learners Reading and Writing Skills using Pedagogical Variations How does a teacher teach receptive and productive skills virtually or in a concrete set- up in a Language Classroom ? Here’s a session on teaching the skills of Reading and Writing using a variety of pedagogical strategies. Engage in interactive tasks that serve as models and simulations for both on/offline teaching.
1. Reading skills and strategies of teaching
2. Writing skills and strategies of teaching
3. Blooms Taxonomy in shaping instructions
4. Developing materials to teach skills
|Dr. Ghazala Siddiqui
has done her Ph.D in Education and has contributed to Materials Development , content writing and reviewing at various organizations like NCERT, Cambridge University Press, SCERT and Jamia Millia Islamia University.
She is currently teaching English at the secondary level at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. And is one of the authors of our bestseller ‘Communicate with Cambridge’. Her papers and articles have been published in national and international journals
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|Friday, June 26, 2020, 4 pm onwards||Using language to improve mathematics concepts Create inclusive classrooms in maths by integrating linguistic intelligence with maths concepts. This is relevant for all grades, especially if you have maths phobic kids.||Monica Kochar
Ms Monica did her Honours in Maths from Delhi University. She did her master’s from Delhi University. She has a vast experience of more than 2 decades in teaching in CBSE ICSE, ISC, IGCSE and IB schools in India. Trained in the Progressive methodology, she has taught at Middle, Secondary and Senior Secondary levels of education. She is currently an educational consultant with several educational institutions.
|Friday, June 26, 2020, 2:00 pm (IST)||Cambridge IGCSE™ Chemistry – Improving their practical skills from home Whilst you continue to adapt to a new way of teaching and learning, we invite you to attend our upcoming webinar on Cambridge IGCSE™ Chemistry, with the author of our practical workbook in this series, Michael Strachan.
In this webinar, we will explore:
• How to support your science students at home
|Michael Strachan, author of our practical workbook in this series- Cambridge IGCSE™ Chemistry||Register Now|
|Tuesday, 30 June, 2020 2:00 pm IST||Adapting to teaching online – exploring activities and techniques to engage primary and lower secondary learners
Whilst you continue to adapt to a new way of teaching and learning, we invite you to attend our webinar with speaker, Ceri Jones. We understand that it’s not easy to deliver classroom activities online. To support you and your learners, Ceri will be sharing some techniques to help you adapt your teaching.
In this webinar, we will explore:
Ceri Jones is a teacher, trainer and materials writer based in Spain. She is part of the author team for multiple Cambridge titles, including Eyes Open and Evolve, as well as being an online tutor for The Consultants-E.