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Free Teacher Training Workshops this March 2024 in Barcelona

Free teacher training workshops at Oxford TEFL

Free Teacher Training Workshops this March 2024 in Barcelona

We are excited to announce that we will be providing yet more free teacher training workshops at Oxford TEFL in Barcelona: the 1st, the 8th and the 15th of March.

Year on year, we welcome TEFL teachers based in Barcelona or the surrounding areas to our modern school in the centre of the city. Here, we deliver practical, interactive and enjoyable workshops that any teacher can take ideas from and apply immediately to their own lessons.

Any English as a foreign teacher can join. Whether you are an experienced or a novice teacher, this is your chance to learn from some of our expert trainers completely free of charge.

We even throw in free coffee and snacks to keep those energy levels high between sessions! Enjoy our sunny garden in the break and network with other TEFL teachers.

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You can sign up to as many workshops as you like.

You can choose from:

MARCH 1st 2024

11:00 – 11:45  Using Flipped lessons to make lessons more relevant and fun

In this workshop, we will look at principles for the use of flipped learning and the selection of relevant and interesting materials. This is an interactive workshop with plenty of practical examples. Participants will leave this workshop feeling like they have gained a valuable new skill which they can apply to a variety of different classes and levels. ⤵️Download the presentation

Rubens Heredia – CELTA trainer

12.15 – 13.00  Help! I dread that class! Teacher anxiety and how to overcome it

This workshop is for teachers who deal with pre-class dread or post-class angst, this is a workshop where we’ll explore the causes and effects of teacher anxiety. I’ll walk you through a number of EFT techniques to address your personal triggers and give you a sense of agency.  This is an inclusive session for all neurotypes! Would you like to contribute to Rebecca’s research for the workshop? Answer these three questions. ⤵️Download the presentation

Rebecca Ellis – Private English Teacher and Coach

MARCH 8th 2024

11:00 – 11:45 Igniting Inspiration: The art of motivating teens and adults in the classroom

Are your teen students craving TikTok while you explain the Present Perfect tense? Are your adult groups always thinking about work while you try to create a debate about gardening? Are you lacking motivation to motivate your students? This is the workshop that you need! Join Martina for an impactful workshop that will leave you with practical techniques to spark motivation in your English classroom! ▶️Watch the presentation

Martina Monreal – Spanish, English and German Teacher

12.15 – 13.00  Young Learners Revisited: Creating a fun and supportive environment

In this Young Learners English Workshop, we will (re)discover the power of educational games, effective classroom management strategies for enhanced engagement and improved behavior. Becky will share ideas on how to create a positive atmosphere that fosters learning, while refining the structure of our classes for optimal student success.  ⤵️Download the presentation

Becky Ray – Young Learner Teacher at Oxford House

MARCH 15th 2024

11:00 – 11:45  A practical guide to correcting students’ errors in spoken English.

I’ll demonstrate some techniques for correcting students’ mistakes on the spot, as well as after a speaking activity and offer guidance on choosing when and what to correct, including the emotional factors that influence the impact of error correction and how you can assess the effectiveness of your (and your students’) work on correcting their errors. ⤵️Download the presentation

Duncan Foord – Oxford TEFL Director, teacher trainer and author

12.15 – 13.00 The Art of Giving Good Instructions

Perhaps more than most professions, English language teachers should be really, really good at giving clear, comprehensible instructions. And, most of the time, this is true! In this practical workshop for language teachers of all languages we’ll review and reexamine best practices for giving instructions for activities, both spoken and written and online. But we’ll also look at how this is a useful and important skill for our learners and practical ways we can help them develop it. ⤵️Download the presentation

Lindsay Clandfield – Teacher trainer and author

We look forward to bringing together the ELT community of Barcelona again this March – see you there!

Places are strictly limited, so reserve your free place today!

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