How Effective Roles and Relationships in the Classroom Can Promote Flexibility

Monday 8 May | Tuesday 9 May | Wednesday 10 May | Thursday 11 May | Friday 12 May

Tuesday 9 May

TRACK 2:
PEDAGOGICAL INNOVATIONS

!!! CANCELLED !!!
W O R K S H O P
How Effective Roles and Relationships in the Classroom Can Promote Flexibility,
Ms. Victoria Baker, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Ms. Teresa Escardò
, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

Place: Room B5-31

Time: 10.30 – 12.00
Description: How effective roles and relationships in the classroom can promote flexibility and autonomy in language learning  SYLLABUS   Self-awareness of teacher roles in the classroom is essential for creating a fruitful learning environment which opens communication channels, thus fostering learner participation and enhancing peer relationships. This workshop will concentrate on these 4 areas which are key to providing an optimum learning environment: Teacher/Student Roles and the knock-on effect; Effective Classroom Management; Raising Learner Autonomy; Learner Training -> Self Awareness; Facilitating learning is empowering for both the teacher and the learners. The effective teacher holds many different functions, and needs to switch roles constantly by providing a variety of environments for the learning process to be enriching and successful.