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Oxford Teaching Workshop Series 2020

Important Notice

In line with government guidelines to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus (Covid-19), we are cancelling the Oxford Teaching Workshop Series scheduled in March 2020. For further information, please see this link.
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Oxford Teaching Workshop Series 2020

February to March 202010 cities across Japan

Important Notice

In line with government guidelines to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus (Covid-19), we are cancelling the Oxford Teaching Workshop Series scheduled in March 2020. For further information, please see this link.
» Read more

Overview

Creating empowered 21st century learners

This year’s workshops will focus on global skills and how English language teachers can integrate global skills into the young learner classroom.
In our rapidly changing world, global skills are essential for preparing students to become successful, fulfilled, and responsible members of 21st century society. These skills include communication, creativity, critical thinking, digital literacies, and more.
Join us to learn practical ideas from expert speakers on how to incorporate global skills into English language teaching, equipping learners with vital skills for lifelong learning and success.

Recommended for
Primary English teachers and those who are interested in primary English education
Admission fee
Free
Venue
Kanazawa, Tokyo, Sendai, Nagoya, Saitama, Sapporo, Osaka, Yokohama, Hiroshima, Fukuoka

Speakers & Presentations

Kathleen Kampa and Charles Vilina

(Authors, Magic Time; Co-authors, Everybody Up, Oxford Discover)

Presentation Developing Creativity and Critical Thinking in the Young Learner Classroom

Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto

(Co-author, Let's Go)

Presentation Building Strong Global Skills through Language Activities

Kevin Churchley

(Shumei High school)

Presentation Hook Students into Learning with the ORT

Kate Sato

(Hokkaido University of Science)

Presentation Phonics for Communication

Naoko Ashikawa

(Oxford University Press)

Presentation Teaching the Whole Child in Pre-Primary EFL Classes

Rob Peacock

(Oxford University Press, Educational Services Consultant)

Presentation Teaching the Whole Child in Pre-Primary EFL Classes

Yoko Kosaka

(Kunimoto Elementary School)

Presentation From Unconscious to Conscious: Tips for Language Learning and Teaching

Setsuko Toyama

(Co-author, English Time)

Presentation Bringing Children's Real-life Experiences into the English Classroom

Kaj Schwermer

(Co-author, Oxford Phonics World)

Presentation Phonics in the 21st Century: How and Why

Tetsuro Nishiyama

(Kori Nevers Gakuin Elementary School)

Presentation Enhancing Children’s Multiple Intelligences in the English Classroom

What people are saying

I really recommend joining Oxford Teaching Workshop Series. It's a great chance to see so many enthusiastic and fun trainers sharing their knowledge and ideas - many of which I started using in my own classes straight away!

Megumi Tomotake(めぐちゃんのフォニックスえいごクラブ)

Oxford Teaching Workshop Series has provided me with wonderful ideas and teaching materials that I can implement directly to my classes. The workshops are a one-stop source for all things that a professional teacher needs.

Elly Rachman(Elementary school ALT, Saitama)

The speakers at Oxford Teaching Workshop Series really know how to present! And they have such impressive insight and techniques on how to teach English to children in Japan that I look forward to going every year!

Munefumi Uotani(John & Uotani Co.)