Visible Thinking in ELT classrooms

Hania Kryszewska
Start time
Saturday 8 June, 11:30
End time
Saturday 8 June, 12:30
The Place
Dublin

Visible Thinking developed by  Project Zero (Harvard University) was preceded by the Theory of Multiple Intelligences and Teaching for Understanding. It evolved from these ideas, and now is being implemented in language teaching. This workshop looks at some areas like: group formation to create a thinking community, using visible thinking routines, documenting students’ thinking, selecting authentic materials to initiate thinking processes, and integrating teaching language and thinking routines.

About Hania Kryszewska

Hania Kryszewska is a teacher, teacher trainer and trainer of trainers. She is a senior lecturer at the University of Gdańsk, Poland. She is co-author of resource books: Learner Based Teaching, OUP, Towards Teaching, Heinemann, The Standby Book, CUP, Language Activities for Teenagers, CUP, The Company Words Keep, DELTA Publishing, of a course for secondary schools: ForMat, Macmillan, and of a video based teacher training course: Observing English Lessons. Her chapter on Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL): An administrative directive or educational opportunity? has appeared in Languages in Education published by Peter Lang. She is a Pilgrims trainer and editor of HLT Magazine. She is also a regular trainer at Teacher Training Summer Schools organised by Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford. She is a frequent presenter at conferences and trainer at teacher training events worldwide.

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7th-8th June 2019

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