In a recent interactive talk, ELT (English Language Teaching) teacher-trainers Antonia Clare (UK) and Alan Marsh (Malta) explored reasons why they believe it is so important to resolve tension perceived between ‘being creative’ in lessons and the demands of standardised curricula and testing – to teach the syllabus in creative ways.
The interactive talk was hosted by Kirsten Holt from Pavilion ELT.
During the talk, Clare and Marsh offered practical ideas from their new book The Creative Teacher’s Compendium, which brings teachers an extensive repertoire of creative ideas and techniques to work with in the classroom in an easily-referenced A-Z format and helps teachers become a ‘flamingo’ in their teaching.
You can access the interactive talk here.
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