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Experiences I Career skills: Teamwork skills (2)

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Tuesday, March 17, 2020

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04:00 PM Europe/London

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Presenter

Rachael Roberts

Rachael Roberts has been in ELT since 1989, working in Portugal, Brazil, Poland and the UK as a teacher, teacher trainer (CELTA and DELTA) and materials writer. As well as writing adult and upper secondary titles for other publishers, she is the author or co-author of New Total English Intermediate, Premium B1+, and Real Life Advanced for Pearson. A firm believer in lifelong learning, Rachael has an MA in ELT from Warwick, and recently completed a Diploma in Coaching at the same institution. She also enjoys language learning (speaking five languages to varying degrees of proficiency), practising meditation, mindfulness and Tai Chi, and walking her extremely small and fluffy Schnoodle, Teddy.

Agenda

CAREER SKILLS: Teamwork skills
In many ways a successful class is a successful team. The very best classes are collaborating, contributing, encouraging, helping, listening, negotiating, managing conflict, planning, problem solving and sharing ideas: all teamwork skills.
In this webinar, Rachael Roberts will look at a range of practical activities to help your class bond better as a group, and to help individuals to both identify the strengths they can already bring to a team, and develop those they are not yet confident about. We will also look at ways of dealing with inevitable conflict in a team, and how to teach your students to learn to be able to deal with conflict appropriately and positively.