Language teaching 3.0

Agi Enyedi
Start time
Friday 8 June, 10:00
End time
Friday 8 June, 11:00
The Place
Wellington

How do we define ourselves as language teachers in our ever-changing role? What sort of requirements do we need to meet in the 21st century and what are the constant, in-built qualities that we can rely on? This plenary will offer a bird’s eye view on teacher identities which help us to express ourselves, stay connected, motivated and to find our new authentic roles in the ever-changing world of teaching.

About Agi Enyedi

After over 10 years of teaching English and being a mentor for beginner teachers in public education, I joined the EFL teacher education programme at Eötvös University in Budapest, Hungary, in 1999 and have been involved in teacher education ever since.

I ran courses on ELT methodology, classroom observation, group dynamics or teaching English to dyslexic students. My professional interest includes supporting beginning teachers, mentor training and, more recently, educational leadership and professional burnout. I have extensive experience in designing and running workshops, seminars, and summer courses for teachers both in my home country and internationally.

Other events by Agi

Workshop - The questions of professional development Arrow

Questions are a powerful tool for many helping professions if used purposefully in situations when people need help. Questions are also a teaching tool, constantly used by teachers in classrooms. How can questions help teachers themselves to learn and grow professionally? What questions can serve as...

Looking forward to seeing you
all in Bratislava

8th-9th June 2018

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