3er Encuentro Internacional de Profesores de Inglés
La virtualidad ha traído consigo una ingente cantidad de cambios e innovación nacidos de la necesidad de conectar con nuestros alumnos en tiempos que desafían no solo nuestra enseñanza, sino también nuestra propia convivencia. Toda esta revolución educativa involucra excelentes herramientas y prácticas pedagógicas que deben ser replicadas y pueden aplicarse en diferentes contextos educativos de virtualidad, semi-virtualidad y presencialidad. Acompáñanos en este tercer encuentro internacional de profesores de inglés para que, de la mano de nuestros expertos, podamos intercambiar experiencias educativas significativas de alto impacto académico y afectivo.
Docentes, coordinadores y directores de inglés de universidades, institutos, academias, colegios y público en general.
|Fecha||15 y 16 de octubre de 2021|
Detalle del evento
BLENDING IN: PREPARADOS PARA LA NUEVA REALIDAD EDUCATIVA
|Día 1: viernes 15 de octubre|
|16:50||Bienvenida UCSP||Juan Carlos Miranda||–||10′|
|17:00 a 17:45||Ponente ELI||Roomies and Zoomies”: Tips for Blended Learning in ELT||Andy Cowle||England||45′|
|17:50 a 18:35||Ponente UCSP||“Classroom management in times of pandemic”||Jesús Lima||Perú||45′|
|18:40 a 19:25||EFUTURE||Adapting Games and Activities to the Online Classroom||Gari Funiestas||Filipinas||45′|
|19:30||Cierre Nutesa||Carlos Ramos||–||5′|
|Día 2: sábado 16 de octubre|
|8:50||Bienvenida Nutesa||Fiorella Cappelletti||10′|
|9:00 a 10:00||Express Publishing||Bad or Sad? Beat the Imposter Syndrome in your Classroom||Natassa Manitsa||Grecia||60′|
|10:05 a 11:05||Conversatorio: “Educational tools and resources that work wonders in different learning contexts.”||—-||60′|
|Docentes participantes:||UCSP||José Carlos Alvarez||Perú|
|UCSP||Isabella Farrell||Reino Unido|
|11:05 a 11:15||Receso|
|11:15 a 12:00||Ponente Idiomas UCSP||“Design Thinking : A Mindset for Growth”||Emilie Walker||Reino Unido -Francia||45′|
|12:05 a 12:50||Ponente NatGeo||“Making Hybrid Learning Possible”||Viviana Castilla||México||45′|
|12:50||Clausura UCSP||Delia Arias||—||—|
“Roomies and Zoomies”: Tips for Blended Learning in ELT
We must be grateful for the fact that technology has allowed schools to navigate a global pandemic which, in any other time, would have stopped education altogether. Much has been learned in the past eighteen months with more still to learn and, yes, enjoy about hybrid teaching. This session reflects on the successful strategies and ideas we use to teach English with a coursebook, regardless of circumstances, connectivity, age or level.
Starting out as a graduate of German and English Linguistics and an English language teacher in the UK and Germany, Andy has been in ELT publishing and training for 30 years, working in over 40 countries. Passionate about creative ELT materials and motivating teaching professionals, Andy is known for enthusiastic and practical talks, encouraging teachers to try new ideas and connect language learning with the real world. He is also a writer and international speaker, giving workshops and talks on many areas of ELT, including (and especially) extensive reading, storytelling and using film in language education. Andy grew up near Liverpool, England, and now lives in Glasgow with his family, dog and guitar. He loves travel, film, comedy and playing music.
Classroom management in times of pandemic
The present conference focuses on the impact that COVID-19 has on teaching and classroom management that affect the whole school management as well. As the teaching circumstances are compulsory and dramatically changing and as face-to-face teaching is altering into distance teaching (e-teaching), the teaching features are deeply modified whether it takes place at home or in a school environment, harming communication quality due to physical presence deprivation. Within this framework, the following conference aims to present teaching procedure developmental progress under the light of providing some tips for teachers who teach online and those returning to in-person instruction the next year.
Jesús Miguel Lima
Professor Jesús Miguel Lima is a certified Cambridge Teacher Trainer specialising in International Examinations for students such as Cambridge B2 First, C1 Advanced, C2 Proficiency, IELTS and TOEFL. He has worked as a teacher of English for over 07 years at the most prestigious Universities in Perú with further studies of Philosophy in Toronto-Canada. He is a current Teacher Trainer at San Pablo University and San Agustin University in Arequipa-Perú. He has tutored a number of face-to-face and online Cambridge Assessment English teacher training programmes such as TKT Core, CELT-P/S, introduction to CELTA, introduction to Train the Trainer and Delta Module One for the last 05 years. He has also tutored the first-ever Cambridge Delta Module One course for experienced teachers in Arequipa with great success.
Adapting Games and Activities to the Online Classroom
In the normal classroom, engagement has always been difficult for both teachers and students. With much of the world moving online for classes, the need to adapt our teaching strategies and expand our knowledge of resources becomes the highest priority. This includes adapting activities and games to the online classroom. With the use of various programs and websites online in combination with their textbook, teachers can still conduct their desired activities and games seamlessly. Teachers will be able to continue conducting engaging lessons while having fun with their students as we navigate through the pandemic.
Gari is an EFL teacher, editor, consultant and teacher trainer. He obtained a Master’s of Education in International Teaching from Framingham State University. He taught elementary school English in the Korean public school public system for over 6 years in Seoul, South Korea. He has joined e-future and works with the International team, where he helps teachers both in South Korea and various other countries around the world obtain valuable insight and tips to become better teachers.
Bad or Sad? Beat the Imposter Syndrome in your Classroom
“Low self-esteem is like driving through life with your hand brake on” – Maxwell Maltz
What are these agonized self-doubt, dark thoughts appearing in the middle of the night? Is the thought of failing making you want to give up? Well, just a little bit of failure could be the new success. After all, it’s all about self-confidence, and that is something you learn to build up because the challenging world of business, studies, expectations, and life, in general, can easily deflate it.
In this workshop, we will have a look at what’s causing the “bad teacher/student self-doubt epidemic” and what we can do to help boost self-confidence, through teaching techniques that at the same time enhance language learning.
Natassa Manitsa holds a BA in Educational Psychology (University of Athens, Greece), a Diploma in Translation and British Studies (Institute of Linguists, London), a Diploma in Digital and Social Media Marketing (American College, Greece), and an MSc in School Psychology (Canterbury Christ Church University, Uk). She has worked as a teacher, a school owner, a teacher trainer, a director of studies, an author and translator for more than 25 years. She has travelled extensively, delivering seminars and workshops all over Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East.
For the last 12 years, she is the Media & Communications Manager of Express Publishing, a Senior Teacher Trainer, and the Chief Editor of the Teacher’s Corner site of Express Publishing. She is also the creator, producer, and co-presenter of the educational podcast Teacher’s Coffe.
“Design Thinking : A Mindset for Growth”
Fast-paced, digitized and innovative : today’s teaching and learning scene is ever-changing.
Faced with these modern challenges, educators are more in need of a problem-solving mindset than ever, both for their own benefit and that of their learners. This talk aims to simplify and demystify this solution-based approach, making it more accessible and easier to put into practice for teachers who wish to adopt a more empathetic and hands-on approach in the classroom.
Emilie Walker is an ESL teacher and Teacher Trainer who holds both French and English nationalities. She holds a Master of Arts degree in English and German from the University of St Andrews in Scotland, United Kingdom, and has worked in international institutions across Europe. She is currently Head Teacher and English Language Specialist at the Language Center of San Pablo University in Arequipa, Peru, and is studying for a Masters degree in Educational Technology and Digital Skills at the International University of La Rioja, Spain.
Making Hybrid Learning Possible
Education life has changed for sure in the last year, we had to move from an in-person teaching and learning environment to a 100% online. It took the scholar community some time to adjust to that ‘new’ way of interaction and of learning, but most of us succeeded in ?nding ways to obtain reasonably good results. However, it is time we shifted again. We know we are not going back to where we were before, we know we have to start teaching in a new format, a format that combines both our teaching experiences -in-person and online: a Hybrid mode.
In this talk we will take a brief walk through online and in-person teaching experiences, focusing on their best and most helpful resources. We will talk about the new reality we are facing and how we can take advantage of our experience to create another success ful and motivating teaching and learning environment for all.
Viviana Castilla has been an English teacher and academic consultant for several years. She has studies in pedagogy as well as teaching courses from the UNAM. She has developed and written ELT texts and online courses for different publishing houses. She is currently working for National Geographic Society in the Education area and as a freelance academic consultant and writer.
- La participación a este seminario se podrá realizar por medio de una laptop/desktop o un dispositivo móvil.
- Conexión a internet.
De participación, el certificado se entregará a los participantes que hayan asistido al evento completo (2 días), previo pago de 30 soles.
Centro de Idiomas UCSP.