Date
Saturday 20 March 2021 -
10:00 to 12:15

Join 2 webinars, conducted by the experts in English language teaching – British Council oraz Cambridge Assessment English, and gain access to free online materials to use during your English classes and find out how to use them effectively. You will also learn how to introduce Cambridge English Qualifications at your school and use this tool to build your school's reputation in the region.

The event is addressed to high school, technical school, vocational school and university teachers, as well as those teaching at language schools and independently.

All participants who will take part in the online event live will receive certificates. 

Event programme
Time Webinar Presenters
10:00 - 10:45 Wsparcie od British Council w nauczaniu angielskiego w liceach Barbara Szybowska and Piotr Pluskota (British Council)
10:45 - 11:00 Q&A session Barbara Szybowska and Piotr Pluskota (British Council)
11:00 - 11:15 BREAK
11:15 - 12:15 Write up there! From B2 First to C1 Advanced Victoria Peña and George Heritage (Cambridge Assessment English)

About the presenters

Piotr Pluskota

Piotr Pluskota

Piotr Pluskota is a graduate of the University of Warsaw and an English teacher with 15 years of experience in teaching various age groups, levels and types of courses. Piotr cooperates with Cambridge Assessment English, is a supervisor at Cambridge Qualifications written exams and a trainer who regularly cooperates with the British Council giving presentations and trainings.

Barbara Szybowska

Barbara Szybowska

Barbara Szybowska – a graduate of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow; an experienced teacher and teacher trainer. She teaches nearly all age groups, levels and course types as she loves new challenges and is always eager to share her experience. Her professional focus is on motivating learners, especially the young ones and raising their interest in the language. Moreover, she specialises in preparing students for Cambridge English exams. Her lifelong passions are climbing and travelling.

 

Victoria Peña

Victoria Peña

Victoria Peña taught English to preschool, primary and secondary school students for ten years, was part of the examiner team at the University of Jaén, as well as preparing learners for Cambridge examinations. Since joining Cambridge Assessment English in September 2018, she has been involved in teacher training and has collaborated in different government bilingual projects. She holds a degree in Translation and Interpreting and an MA in Applied Linguistics and is a fifth-year PhD student. 

George Heritage

George Heritage

George started working at Cambridge Assessment English in 2013 after over 10 years’ experience teaching general and exam-specific English to students of all ages and levels. He worked in the Assessment department for 3 years on a variety of tests and exams and the Young Learners revision project. He moved to the Assessment Services department in 2016, where he has worked on various assessment projects with regional bilingual programmes, and has designed and delivered teacher training programmes.

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Teachers of English, Cambridge English, Exams