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This second webinar will provide practical examples of how the EAL Co-ordinator might prioritise actions for their own context.
This is the second in a series of webinars exploring the role of the EAL Co-ordinator. In the first webinar, Kamil Trzebiatowski and Glynis Lloyd explored broadly how those leading in this role can work with staff members to meet the needs of learners who use EAL. In this webinar, they will go on to explore the role in greater depth, providing practical examples of how an EAL Co-ordinator can address the different needs of their own context. The webinar will refer to different case studies, looking at how the context of a school will impact the decisions of the EAL Co-ordinator.
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Kamil Trzebiatowski joined The Bell Foundation in September 2018. He holds the post of Digital Resource Developer. Before joining the Foundation, Kamil had spent 18 years teaching English as a Foreign Language and English as an Additional Language first in Poland and subsequently in England and Scotland in mainstream secondary classrooms. He was an EAL Co-ordinator at a secondary school, EAL consultant/trainer, writer for education periodicals and EAL event organiser.
Glynis Lloyd joined the Bell Foundation in 2022 as a trainer. She has worked in English language education as a teacher, teacher trainer, textbook writer and commissioning editor. She holds an M Ed in Applied Language and Linguistics and a PGCE. She has undertaken research in literacy and teacher development projects in EAL contexts in South Africa and Ghana. She works on course design and resource development for teachers in EAL settings.