All Aboard the Primary Classroom. Methodology for Primary Teachers 1 week
The aim of this course is for teachers and teacher trainers to experience a range of interesting activities linking methodology and learning theories to the Primary Classroom today. Sessions are practical, include a focus on multi-media and technology for teaching purposes, and help teachers reflect on their approach to teaching today’s pupils.
Who is it for
Primary level and Kindergarten teachers who would like to refresh their teaching methods and techniques. Participants on this course need to be at a B1 level of English.
Sessions demonstrate current approaches, methodologies & techniques
An interactive communicative approach is applied, which provides participants with their own experiential learning of the activities & methodologies. Input sessions are in the form of hands-on workshops, and involve brainstorming, analysis, problem-solving, and role-play, both in pair work & group work.
Teachers are asked to reflect on the activities, inviting discussion with regard to their own pedagogical knowledge & skills, teaching methods & contexts, and on adaptation of activities to their teaching & learning situations.
Both teaching & learning are explored, analysed and discussed, further enabling the participants’ use of their communication skills in English.
Participants are also introduced to websites related to the further development of their teaching skills & personal professional development
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Objectives of this course
To enable a better understanding of Primary Teaching and expand & build on previous knowledge, using a range of practical methodologies
To introduce new areas of teaching methodologies and accompanying techniques, using hands-on experiential methods
To help teachers reflect on their own teaching methods & contexts & develop teaching skills
To introduce an awareness of technology and ICT in the classroom today
To exchange pedagogical information & knowledge in a multi-cultural context
To further develop participants’ own language skills
To experience the cultural heritage of Malta with its bilingual linguistic environment
Dates and Rates
21-25 Jan 2019
04-08 Feb 2019
18-22 Feb 2019
04-08 March 2019
01-05 April 2019
13-17 May 2019
17-21 June 2019
08-12 July 2019
22-26 July 2019
05-09 Aug 2019
30 Sep –04 Oct 2019
21-25 Oct 2019
04-08 Nov 2019
Course Fee: €350 + €100 Programme Fee