English Language Webinars

Trinity organises events and various webinar series throughout the year. Most Trinity-organised events are free, but may require advance registration.

The story of impact: Lessons learnt and feedback on training teachers to teach online, Ben Beaumont

Ben Beaumont (Head of Teacher Education) of Trinity College London presented on 'The story of impact: Lessons learnt...

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Teacher competencies for the modern classroom, Chris Farrell

Chris Farrell of the Centre of English Studies (CES) in Ireland presented on 'Teacher competencies for the modern...

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How can socially constructed knowledge held in communities of practice be reliably assessed? Lessons from TESOL assessment development, Richard Harris

Trinity's Richard Harris and John Begley presented on 'How can socially constructed knowledge held in communities of...

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Revisiting teacher language proficiency and the native speaker, Khanh Duc Kuttig

Khanh Duc Kuttig of the University of Siegen in Germany presented on 'Revisiting teacher language proficiency and the...

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Understanding multi-competence and translanguaging, Ande Pradeep

Ande Pradeep of The English and Foreign Languages University in India presented on 'Understanding multi-competence and...

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The power of storytelling: How to engage students emotionally, imaginatively, intellectually and playfully, Manuela Kelly Calzini

Manuela Kelly Calzini of Trinity College London in Italy presented on 'The power of storytelling: How to engage...

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Moving towards a culturally responsive learning experience for the whole child through social-emotional learning in ESL classrooms, Sonali Priyadarsini Sahoo

Sonali Priyadarsini Sahoo of The English and Foreign Languages University in India presented on 'Moving towards a...

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"A tale never loses in the telling": Challenging hegemonic worldviews and decolonizing the EFL classroom, Erika de Freitas Coachman and Izabelle da Silva Fernandes

Erika de Freitas Coachman and Izabelle da Silva Fernandes of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro presented on '"A...

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The gap between perception and achievement, Peter Lahiff

Peter Lahiff of Future Learning, Ireland presented on 'The gap between perception and achievement' at the online,...

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Communication skills - A road to employability for young people, Catherine Sercombe

Trinity's Catherine Sercombe (Head of Performance) presented on 'Communication Skills - A road to employability for...

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Adapting and extending your course books to avoid boredom, Carmen García-López and Raquel González-Gómez

Both Carmen García-López and Raquel González-Gómez of Salesianas Alicante School in Spain presented on 'Adapting and...

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Lessons learned. Teaching & learning in the online/hybrid classroom, Aga Gurbin

Aga Gurbin of d'Overbroecks College, Oxford, UK presented on 'Lessons learned. Teaching & learning in the online/hybrid...

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Implementing digital cultural heritage in teaching, Ivana Štiglec

Ivana Štiglec, Teacher and Teacher Ambassador for Croatia and coordinator of the Croatian teacher user group presented...

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The Online English Café: Expanding opportunities for refugee learners through free online resources

Jane Mandalios and Susan Stetson-Tiligadas from Greece presented on 'The Online English Café: Expanding opportunities...

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Upcoming

Guiding Gifted Children to Maximise their Potential in the ELT Classroom
Wed 20 July, 4:00PM (UK time)
This webinar is designed to help teachers work more effectively with gifted learners in the ELT classroom. It will provide useful tips to help teachers identify giftedness in young learners, and strategies for successful inclusion.
Developing Critical Thinking in the ELT Classroom
Wed 21 September, 4:00PM
This webinar will explore how classroom resources and activities can be adapted and extended to foster critical thinking skills in our students, enabling them to use English in a more meaningful way.
What can neuroscience offer to educators?
Wed 19 October, 4:00PM (UK time)
Understanding how the brain works can transform how we teach. This webinar will offer insightful ideas to help teachers boost students’ focus and alertness and improve memory.

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