We find ourselves in extremely challenging times, which has seen many of our member centres temporarily closing. As always, the language teaching industry has been quick to respond and adapt, with many making the transition to online learning.
Many excellent, free resources have been made available online for both teachers and managers. We’ve compiled a few here, in a list that is by no means exhaustive. If you’ve found some good resources that you’d like to share with the #eaqualsfamily, please let us know in the comments below.
Eaquals presents four special webinars with a focus on online teaching
In addition to the monthly webinars offered by the Eaquals 2020 Webinar Series, we have presented two additional webinars focussing specifically on online teaching.
Useful webinars and resources from Eaquals members and friends
- NEW! LanguageCert are offering a new and engaging series of webinars that will help you make the most of your time at home. Click here to view their upcoming webinars.
- NEW! Higher Education Marketing have added a new blog post, Transitioning to Online Courses.
- Laura Patsko tweeted a useful thread on twitter, sharing her top 5 webinars about teaching online. Follow Laura on twitter to keep up to date with the great resources she regularly tweets.
- StudyTravel Ltd offered “Remote Working – managing your team from anywhere”. Keep an eye on Study Travel Network for slides and documents used during the sessions.
- Pearson English invite teachers to ‘Keep Teaching, Keep Learning’ with Covid 19 support, resources and guidance, available here.
- Oxford ELT have created a Learn at Home Hub to support the teaching community. For those suddenly working from home with children off school, you’ll be pleased to know they also offer resources for parents and students too!
- National Geographic Learning presented a webinar with English UK about teaching online this week and also have a range of free online professional development resources, many of which focus on teaching remotely.
- For those working in marketing and taking this time to review their digital strategies, Higher Education Marketing offer many free online resources and useful blog posts.
- Cambridge English offer a free online course, ‘Learn how to teach English online’. The 4-week course requires 5 hours study per week.
- Macmillan English have a range of upcoming webinars to support teachers moving online, in addition to digital teaching resources.
- Trinity College London’s webinars, including those focussing on teaching online, are available to watch here.