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Support for teaching online

We've all had to become experts in teaching online over the past couple of weeks. But thankfully, there are lots of resources online to support us and pick up some handy hints and tips.

We’ve run some sessions to help you get started and these are available to watch on our Facebook page and also on our YouTube channel.

There’s also a great article from Cambridge with ideas for TPR online in the Primary classroom.

SLB Coop in Barcelona offered a free webinar to introduce teachers to different platforms: Zoom, Microsfot Teams and Flipgrid.

If you’re looking for ideas for how to use your coursebook whilst teaching online, check out this webinar from the British Council. It also includes some ideas for using breakout rooms.

Eaquals offered a webinar on teaching asynchronously – providing students with tasks to do at home in their own time.

There are also lots of webinars on the Pearson page – check out their past webinars as well as what’s coming up over the next couple of weeks.

Macmillan have also been running some webinars specifically for online learning.

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