Cambridge University Press will kick off your new 2018 school year with a bang as we bring to you our dynamic teacher training sessions to get the best out of our materials.
Our Training Sessions
You’ll join a group of teachers to experience the very latest in teaching methodology which will help make our Cambridge series come alive in the classroom. Our training sessions will:
- Give you essential tips and tricks on how to get the most out of our series
- Demonstrate new and practical ideas to immediately apply in the classroom
- Mention the latest research in English language teaching and learning
- Show you the range of Cambridge resources available to you
These training sessions are open to all current and new users. We have repeated most sessions twice so you can choose the date and time the suits you best.
CLMS (online platform) Training
The majority of our series comes with our Cambridge Learning Management System (CLMS) which gives the learner an excellent online platform to further develop their English language skills. Our platform training is geared more for first-time users or those users who need refreshing on how to take full advantage of all the online tools the CLMS has to offer.
Unit and Annual Plans – The English National Curriculum
Launched in 2016, the revised Ecuadorian curriculum for English as a Foreign Language reinforces the idea that communication plays a key role in a learner’s progress. We will share our specialist knowledge in this area and guide you on how to develop and plan your unit and annual plans to meet the Ministry of Education’s requirements.
Presentation Plus Installation
Bring your laptop and we will install our software, Presentation Plus, giving you access to the digital version of the Cambridge book you are teaching where you’ll find lots of additional activities, audio, videos and handy resources to download.
Book Your Place
To secure your place, please email your name, phone number and school name to:
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: 04 504 4971
- Deadline is Friday 30th, March 2018.
All the best!
Cambridge University Press