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Learning from teaching learners with Specific Educational Needs – a case study

Date

Thursday, June 25, 2020

Time

05:00 PM America/Sao_Paulo

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Agenda

This webinar focuses on presenting how teaching practices, inside and outside of the classroom, combined with the relationship established within the group played a crucial role in welcoming and helping a 36-year-old student with cerebral palsy develop as a language student. It also aims at sharing practical tips that might be helpful when dealing with specific educational needs in general.

Presenter

Carolina Reis

Carolina Reis has a degree in Languages from Universidade de São Paulo. She has been teaching English at Cultura Inglesa São Paulo for 8 years, where she has taught children, teenagers and adults at various levels of proficiency and in several contexts. She holds the CELTA, ICELT and CPE certificates.