Adaptive Teaching for Learners using EAL (Online Course)

This course provides guidance on how participants can adapt their teaching to meet the language development needs of pupils who use EAL.

This online course equips primary and secondary international school staff to adapt teaching in a responsive way to meet the language development needs of pupils who use EAL alongside curriculum learning. The course introduces a range of easy to use strategies that participants can implement immediately into their teaching while maintaining high expectations of all pupils.

This three-module course is designed to work around the busy lives of teaching staff working in international schools. With a minimum of five hours of online study over a four-week period, the course enables participants to work at a manageable pace with plenty of time to process course content and consider relevance to their context. The course is designed to be highly interactive and collaborative, with opportunities to work with other course participants, course tutors and course material. Module two consists of a live webinar with opportunities to ask questions and learn from and with each other in real time. Tickets are available for both primary and secondary practitioners in international schools.

A certificate will be awarded for successful completion of the course.

Course dates: 23 February - 22 March.

Ticket sales end Wednesday 16 February 4pm UK time (UTC+0).

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The Bell Foundation provides a calendar of high-quality training opportunities which are developed and taught by EAL and ESOL experts.

Who is this course for?

  • Primary and secondary teachers
  • Teaching assistants working in primary and secondary schools
  • EAL co-ordinators or Heads of EAL

Module One (Week 1):

  • Introductions, access and orientation
  • Introduction to adaptive teaching
  • Learner profiles
  • Sharing adaptive teaching strategies

Time commitment: minimum 2 hours.

Module Two (Week 2):

  • Live interactive webinar with the course tutors:

Date and time:

  • Primary: Wednesday 2 March 9.30 - 10.30 UK time (UTC+0)
  • Secondary: Thursday 3 March 13:00 - 14:00 UK time (UTC+0)

Time commitment: 1 hour.

Module Three (Weeks 2-4):

  • Final project
  • Course round-up and reflections

Time commitment: minimum 2 hours.

Please note: this course is for international participants only. Please click here to view our upcoming online courses for those living and working in the UK.

If the course is full, please complete the Wait List form and you will be contacted if a place becomes available.

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