English Language Webinars

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

FoELT 2021

Swings and Roundabouts: Where we've been and where we're going, Scott Thornbury

Teacher educator and author Scott Thornbury was a plenary speaker at the 6th annual Future of English Language...

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Lessons from Disruption, Silvana Richardson

Silvana Richardson (Head of Education) of Bell Educational Services was a plenary speaker at the 6th annual Future...

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Learn, teach and inspire with the English language centre at Regent's University London, Emilia Kruszewska

Emilia Kruszewska of Regent's University London presented on 'Learn, teach and inspire with the English language...

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Integration of L1 tests to promote L2 vocabulary retention, Thatha Molli

Thatha Molli (Research Scholar) of The English and Foreign Languages University in India presented on the...

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Making memes matter: Internet memes as an effective tool for skill development and learner engagement in ESP, Mark Nicholas Glasford

Mark Nicholas Glasford of the Department of English at St. Joseph's College in India presented on 'Making memes...

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ELT and climate change, where next?, Christopher Graham

ELT consultant and co-founder of ELT footprint Christopher Graham presented on 'ELT and climate change, where next?'...

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Translation and the ESP classroom, Panagiota Frytzala

Panagiota Frytzala, ESP/EAP Tutor and Official Translator in Greece presented on 'Translation and the ESP...

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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...

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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...

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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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Upcoming

Upskilling with Trinity Teach English Online and the CertOT
Thu 20 January, 4:30PM (UK time)
This webinar will introduce participants to Trinity’s new Teach English Online course and the Level 4 teaching qualification - CertOT.
Upskilling with Trinity Teach English Online and the CertOT
Fri 21 January, 12:30PM (UK time)
This webinar will introduce participants to Trinity’s new Teach English Online course and the Level 4 teaching qualification - CertOT.
Am I good enough?
Wed 26 January, 4:00PM (UK time)
What does it mean to be a good teacher? This session will look at both the challenges and advantages of teaching as a non-native speaker of English.
Success in Trinity's ISE Exam (Speaking and Listening)
Tue 1 February, 4:00PM (UK time)
An opportunity for those teachers with some experience and knowledge of ISE to further their understanding of the assessment criteria.
Success in Trinity's ISE Exam (Reading and Writing)
Wed 2 February, 4:00PM (UK time)
An opportunity for those teachers with some experience and knowledge of ISE to further their understanding of the assessment criteria.
Trinity ESOL Skills for Life: Tips for Using the Photo Bank
Thu 10 February, 4:00PM (UK time)
This short webinar is designed to support those teachers preparing students for the Trinity Skills for Life Speaking and Listening exam.
Trinity Stars: Introducing the Trinity Stars Group Award
Tue 15 February, 3:30PM (UK time)
The presenter will introduce participants to Trinity Stars, explain how it works and give a detailed overview of the various award stages.
Grassroots Teaching and Learning
Wed 16 February, 4:00PM (UK time)
Let’s get back to grassroots. This practical webinar will look at useful, everyday activities for the classroom that get students to draw on their own ideas, experiences and interests.
GESE: Choosing the Appropriate Grade
Tue 3 May, 4:00PM (UK time)
For those teachers and school staff who require some basic tips and strategies for placing students in the appropriate exam grade.
GESE: Preparing for the Topic Phase
Wed 4 May, 4:00PM (UK time)
For those teachers and school staff who would benefit from some practical tips and ideas for preparing students for the Topic task.
GESE: Practising for the Interactive Phase
Thu 5 May, 4:00PM (UK time)
For those teachers and school staff who would benefit from some practical tips and ideas for preparing students for the Interactive phase.

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