About CELTA

CELTA stands for “Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults”. It is the original certificate course in teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) or teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL), and it has been running for four decades. It is highly respected and recognized globally, with 7 out of 10 employers worldwide asking applicants to have it.

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  • Remote Theatre
    11:30 -12:30
    2022.01.14
    Remote Theatre

    January 14 th, 11:30 – 12:30 local time Bucharest, Romania

     

    Online Training

     

    With theatres and arts-centres closed during the pandemic, performing remotely became the only way in which storytellers and actors worldwide could share their art with an audience. But remote theatre (RT) as an art form predates the pandemic.

    It has its roots in the UN schools in Gaza, where it was developed by English teachers to help their students use English in meaningful ways. In this workshop we’ll tease out the features of RT and explore a form of RT called “Our story, your story”, which converts the stories of the participants into remote plays.

     

    Nick Bilbrough

     

     

    Nick Bilbrough is a teacher and teacher-trainer who has worked in Africa, the Middle East, South America and Europe. With an MA in Drama in Education, Nick is particularly interested in the role of drama and storytelling in second language learning. He authored “Dialogue Activities”, “Stories Alive” and “Doing Remote Theatre”, and is now devoting all his energy to the Hands Up charity he set up, providing learning opportunities for young Palestinians.

     

     

    Remote Theatre – Nick Bilbrough, 14 Jan

     

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  • Dyslexia awareness in EFL
    11:30 -12:30
    2022.01.28
    Young cute upset girl with dyslexia

    January 28 th, 11:30 – 12:30 local time Bucharest, Romania

     

    Online Training

     

    Abstract:

    Individuals with dyslexia experience difficulties with learning an orthographically deep language such as English, and for those without an official diagnosis, a language classroom may be one of the first places where their learning differences are noticed. This webinar will focus on the unique role of EFL teachers in contributing to recognition of differences in learning amongst their students, and will include tips on how to make your classrooms more inclusive.

     

    Maria Samsel

     

     

    Maria Samsel, originally from Poland, has spent the last 3 years teaching at IH British School Reggio Calabria where she has recently taken on a role of the SENCo. Since completing her degree in Special Needs and Inclusive Education at the University of East London, she has worked with children and young people in the UK, Canada and Italy. Maria is particularly interested in developing and adapting EFL teaching techniques and materials for student with difficulties in reading and writing.

     

     

    Dyslexia Awareness in EFL – Maria Samsel, 28 Jan

    Register now for free!

  • Dyslexia awareness in EFL.
    11:30 -12:30
    2022.01.28
    Young cute upset girl with dyslexia

    January 28 th, 11:30 – 12:30 local time Bucharest, Romania

     

    Online Training

     

    Individuals with dyslexia experience difficulties with learning an orthographically deep language such as English, and for those without an official diagnosis, a language classroom may be one of the first places where their learning differences are noticed. This webinar will focus on the unique role of EFL teachers in contributing to recognition of differences in learning amongst their students, and will include tips on how to make your classrooms more inclusive.

     

    Maria Samsel

     

     

    Maria Samsel, originally from Poland, has spent the last 3 years teaching at IH British School Reggio Calabria where she has recently taken on a role of the SENCo. Since completing her degree in Special Needs and Inclusive Education at the University of East London, she has worked with children and young people in the UK, Canada and Italy. Maria is particularly interested in developing and adapting EFL teaching techniques and materials for student with difficulties in reading and writing.

     

     

    Dyslexia Awareness in EFL – Maria Samsel, 28 Jan

     

    Register now for free!

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