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National Geographic Learning Teaching Teens Event, Romania
6.00-6.05 - Introductions

6.05 - 6.55 - 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.
Katherine Stannett


7.00-7.30 - A Close-Up on Project-Based Learning
It’s a given that, as teachers, we are preparing learners today for real life situations in a fast-paced, ever-changing world – and, let’s face it, that’s a tough gig! This talk will focus on implementing PBLL, a combination between PBL and CLIL, as a bundle of learning strategies which engage students in a 360o growth process. The New Close-Up coursebook series fits in as a perfect tool for connecting common core requirements with modern learning strategies.
Liana Fitzgerald

7.30-8.00 - 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.
Dr. Imogen Napper

Oct 21, 2021 06:00 PM in Bucharest

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