Principles and practices of cooperative learning

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Principles and practices of cooperative learning

In this webinar we will look at the two core principles of cooperative learning, and examine why they are important to making pairwork and groupwork effective in the ELT classroom. We will explore a range of cooperative learning activities to illustrate these principles from my recent book Ideas in Action - Activities for Cooperative Learning, part of the new Delta Publishing ‘Ideas in Action’ series that links aspects of pedagogic theory to practice and supports teachers in developing their own materials based on such theory. There will be plenty of time for your questions, comments and critique in this interactive webinar.

Jason Anderson, author

Jason Anderson is a teacher, teacher educator, educational consultant, and multiple award-winning author of books for language teachers.

He has taught languages, trained teachers, and developed materials to support teachers in primary, secondary and adult education for over 20 years. He has taught English in 8 different countries in Europe, Africa and Asia, and his work as a consultant has taken him to over 20 countries, including projects for UNICEF, the British Council, the Commonwealth of Learning and VSO.

He is twice winner of British Council Elton Awards (2016, 2017) both for his writing and his research, and is also winner of the King’s College London Hans Prize in Education and the Trinity College London Chairperson’s Award.

Jason Anderson’s materials for Delta Publishing include photocopiable resource books, suitable for use in adult and teen ELT classrooms, as well as resource books for teachers, such as the Trinity CertTESOL Companion.

His research interests include pre-service and in-service teacher education, multilingualism in language teaching, and issues of appropriacy of methodology and social context. As well as his work for Delta Publishing, Jason has developed a wide range of free resources for teachers and teacher trainers, available from his website.



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Is it a problem if the name on the registration does not match the name of the participant?

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