Global citizenship in the teenage classroom
Presented by Teresa Doğuelli, Teacher Trainer for MacMillan
Teenagers today are quite different to teenagers of previous generations – they are more aware of and engaged with global issues; more willing to debate and share their point of view; and feel more able to make a difference to the world. In this session, we look at how we bring this spirit of global citizenship into the language classroom and use it to increase student engagement.
Join us for this webinar hosted by Teresa Doguelli.
Tuesday 7th July
10.00 and 16.00 BST
Recordings will be made available following the events
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Teresa Doğuelli has been a teacher and trainer for nearly 40 years, fighting for best practice and freedom to learn and teach with joy and passion, and above all, with lasting results. She has lived and worked in Turkey since 1979, teaching adults, university undergraduates, teenagers and children. She has trained teachers, teacher trainers and ELT inspectors for the Turkish Ministry of National Education, the British Council, METU University and College in Ankara, Bilfen College, British Side English Language School in Istanbul and worked as Oxford Teachers’ Academy Director and teacher trainer for Oxford University Press. She has also held interactive workshops in Turkish for parents, administrators and teachers of other subjects in schools around Turkey and N.Cyprus. She is now employed as a full time teacher trainer for Macmillan Turkey, Greece and Cyprus. Her work has taken her throughout Turkey and abroad to Bosnia, Egypt, Georgia, Greece, Iran, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Kosovo, Malta, Morocco, N. Cyprus, Poland, Qatar, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia and Ukraine. She has an MA in Applied Linguistics (University of Reading, 1985) and a Dip.RSA TEFLA.