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Check in by scanning the QR code. This will qualify you to receive a goody bag and a certificate of attendance after the event.

Will you be joining us online? Use your Zoom access link to join us for the conference live streaming.

Where to find the Zoom link? Once you submit our registration form and tick the box: Cambridge Day Romania – I’d like to join online, we will send you a Zoom message with your Zoom access link. 

Beyond the native speaker paradigm

Despite continuing native speakerism in EFL job markets, defining what native speaker English actually is – and isn’t – remains incredibly problematic. In this talk, I’ll be suggesting that ideas such as ‘British’ or ‘American’ English are simply constructs and that the reality is both more complicated and more liberating. I’ll also explore some of the classroom implications of all this.

The impact of artificial intelligence (AI)


in education and rethinking the role of education in the digital age In this talk we will start by looking at Gartner’s hype cycle and where Artificial Intelligence (AI) currently sits on it. We will then look at some of the things that are being said about it and try to identify what is likely to be myth and what is reality. We will then look at the impact AI is likely to have on education in general, and suggest some ways of how we might adjust our learners’ journey to integrate and accommodate AI tools.

One size does not fit all: Differentiation strategies to meet all learners’ needs

 

Learners’ abilities and interests vary greatly. If teachers want to maximise their students’ potential, they cannot ignore this fact. Instead, they must attend to it. In this seminar, we will look at the benefits of differentiation in the classroom and consider what differentiation strategies we can apply to improve our teaching practice further to meet all learners’ needs. By the end of the seminar, we will have developed a clear understanding of what differentiation is and how we can help our students become more engaged and less frustrated.

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