I Think, I Feel, I Learn.

Alex Roditis
Start time
Saturday 9 June, 10:15
End time
Saturday 9 June, 11:15
The Place
Wellington

In this seminar, we will discuss the different ways in which students think.  We will discuss some of the most common thinking types and see how we can use EFL activities to help students practice the target language in a more motivated manner.  We will also demonstrate how emotional intelligence can also be developed through EFL activities.

About Alex Roditis

Alex Roditis holds a BA in English Language and Literature from the University of Athens, Greece. He taught English as a Foreign Language to international students of all ages and levels for 7 years before joining Express Publishing as an ELT Consultant and a Teacher Trainer in 2013. He is also a Speaking Examiner for various examination bodies. He has traveled extensively, participating in conferences and seminars all over Europe, Middle East and Australia.

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Looking forward to seeing you
all in Bratislava

8th-9th June 2018

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