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Oxford University Press and APABAL are working together to offer you an exciting new online course this autumn – Challenge and Motivation in the Classroom with Matt Dickinson. This professional development course, designed especially for Secondary and Bachillerato teachers, will take an in depth look at leadership in the classroom by building community spirit, setting common goals, dealing with difficult situations and more, in order to take your “team” from base camp to the summit.
Listen to Matt Dickinson about the course!
The great news is that this 15 hour course is accredited and can be used to earn 1.5 training credits! All of the course moderators are expert Oxford University Press trainers, and the course is free. Space is limited so don’t wait to sign up!
Registration is open from now until 21st October. Click here to sign up now!
The course runs from 30th October until 19th January.
For more information about the course, click here.
Palma de Mallorca
ESCOLA D’HOTELERIA DE LES ILLES BALEARS
Click here to check the list with the people accepted for the I APABAL Convention.
Dear members and friends,
APABAL, the English Teachers’ Association of de Balearic Islands is proud to announce the celebration of its I APABAL Convention, which will take place on September 10th, 2012 under the theme “ENERGIZING TEACHING“.
APABAL is pleased to present the second issue of APABAL MAGAZINE.
In this second issue you will read articles about How to inspire young readers in the modern classroom, English through a global approach, Charles Dickens, Boosting brain power: how to fully activate our students brains in the EFL classroom, Working with topics via interdisciplinary e-twinning, Engaging the imagination by learning in depth and much more …
Click here to download the latest issue.
Our Lecture Series have just started and we would like to share with you the presentation and the action classroom template that Tom Stutter presented in the first Lecture Serie “Classroom detectives; a look at informal action research” and some other documents and pictures of the second lecture series “Proud to be Prejudiced”. Why I believe it’s cool to think Jane Austen is awesome” by Vivienne Birch.
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE ADMISSION LIST