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The student in the spotlight: what, why and how

Date

Thursday, March 26, 2020

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05:00 PM America/Sao_Paulo

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Presenter

Ms Leticia Moraes

Leticia Moraes is a teacher, teacher trainer, materials writer and editor. She has been involved in ELT for more than 15 years. During this time, she has worked with all ages and levels, but in the last six years she has been dealing especially with secondary learners. She is an experienced speaker and article writer. She is a senior consultant at Troika, Joint Events Coordinators for IATEFL YLTSIG and a member of the C-group.

Agenda

Having students as the protagonists of their own learning process has been more and more discussed lately. However, what exactly does it mean to have students as protagonists? How can it be done? What’s the role of the teacher? In this talk, we are going to investigate what student protagonism represents in the classroom and why it has been getting so much attention. We will also look into strategies and approaches we can resort to in order to achieve it in different teaching contexts.