Join National Geographic Learning event exclusively for Georgia!
With the move to online teaching over the past 18 months, the flipped classroom model as a way of facilitating a blended approach has grown in popularity. Indeed, it could be argued that it is a necessity to ensure successful learning in an online environment. In this session we’ll start by defining what exactly we mean by a blended classroom and the benefits that using a flipped approach can have. We’ll then look at how this can work on a practical basis with examples taken from National Geographic Learning’s Life 2nd Ed. and Perspectives series.
See the details of Heads or Tails? event exclusively for teachers in Georgia below:
When: 5th November
Tbilisi Time: 17:00
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Perspectives is a four-skills series that teaches learners to think critically and to develop the language skills they need to find their own voice in English. The carefully-guided language lessons, real-world stories, and TED Talks motivate learners to think creatively and communicate effectively. In Perspectives, learners develop an open mind, a critical eye and a clear voice. Every unit explores one idea from different perspectives, encouraging learners to evaluate new information, develop their own opinions and ideas, and express those ideas confidently in English.
Bring the world to your classroom with Life, Second Edition, a six-level integrated-skills series with grammar and vocabulary for young adult and adult English language learners. Through stunning National Geographic content, video, and engaging topics, Life inspires a generation of informed decision-makers. With Life, learners develop their ability to think critically and communicate effectively in the global community.