Coming Up Live
Every month, Gallery Teachers holds online TEFL Masterclass workshops, led by top industry professionals. These sessions offer a platform for English language teachers to learn new ideas and share experiences.
TEFL Webinar- 15 December 2023 at 16:00 UK Time
Presented by Neil Harris
Teacher Trainer & Director of Marketing@CELT Language School
Panelist: Marie Pettigrew
Teacher Trainer, Assessor, Consultant (EFL and CELTA) & Freelance Teacher.
Each 90-minute workshop consists of an input session from a TEFL expert, followed by a real-time Q&A. This interactive format encourages lively discussion between the presenter and global attendees, fostering a dynamic exchange of insights and expertise.
Workshops Library for English Language Teachers
Observation and feedback for the ‘woke’
- Observation and feedback for the ‘woke’ – £25.00
This workshop will try to dismantle the old habits arguing that for observation and feedback to be of any use, we must re-evaluate what we do, what we expect and what we value. Presented by Steve Hirschhorn – Award-winning Teacher Trainer, Former School Principal & Director of TESOL.Find out more
- Recycling vocabulary – £25.00
Acquiring vocab is challenging but vital. Recycle new words in class to boost memory, enhance recall, and ease learning. Presented by Cristina Nicolaou – Experienced CELTA Trainer, University Lecturer & Examiner.Find out more
Will you or won’t you – The challenge of future forms
- Will you or won’t you – The challenge of future forms – £25.00
Why is will so overused in ELT? What is wrong with it anyway? Review with us in this Gallery Teachers Masterclass some of the different ways to express future meaning with more precision. Presented by Neil Harris – Teacher Trainer & Director of Marketing at CELT Language SchoolFind out more
Developing top-down & bottom-up reading skills
- Developing top-down & bottom-up reading skills – £25.00
This highly practical workshop presents ten ways to use top-down and bottom-up reading strategies with any text to help your learners become better readers. Presented by Ben Crompton – ELT Trainer & Director of Studies @Amanda’s SchoolFind out more
Rethinking classroom observations: Welcome to the classroom visit
- Rethinking classroom observations: Welcome to the classroom visit – £25.00
Lesson observations are often seen as a necessary evil and not as a useful tool for our development. Explore with us how reframing observations as classroom visits can give us positive CPD. Presented by Neil Harris – Teacher Trainer & Director of Marketing@CELT Language School.Find out more
Text mediation. Developing useful communication strategies in the ELT classroom.
- Text mediation. Developing useful communication strategies in the ELT classroom. – £25.00
We’ll see how training in text mediation can offer students an opportunity to develop useful communication strategies that they can immediately reuse in real situations outside of the classroom. Presented by Riccardo Chiappini – Award-Winning ELT Materials Writer, Editor & Teacher TrainerFind out more
AI for teaching and learning
- AI for Teaching and Learning – £25.00
Discover how to harness the full potential of AI in teaching and learning with our workshop for language teachers. Learn practical skills and knowledge to use AI-powered tools effectively. Presented by Svetlana Kandybovich – Education Consultant, Teacher Trainer & Learning DesignerFind out more
L1 in ELT: Friend or foe?
- L1 in ELT: Friend or foe? – £25.00
The use of L1, also known as the learner’s own language, has long been a topic of debate in ELT. This masterclass briefly overviews some of the key moments in the use of L1 in EFL, supported by examples of practical classroom activities, for the judicious use of L1 in our ELT classrooms. Presented by Neil Harris – Teacher Trainer & Director of Marketing@CELT Language School.Find out more
Warmers, fillers and brain breaks to engage learners and enhance learning
- Warmers, fillers and brain breaks to engage learners and enhance learning – £25.00
Looking at what warmers, fillers and brain breaks are and their key features. Explore the benefits of using them from both a teaching and scientific point of view and how they can help our students to stay focused, feel more confident and motivated to learn. Presented by Lydia Summerfield – Teacher Trainer & Academic Manager.Find out more