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Innovations and Trends in ELT
março 22, 2020 @ 08:00 - 16:30
Um dia inteiro de inovações e tendências no ensino de inglês: essa é a proposta do evento Innovations and Trends in ELT, organizado pela CULT em parceria com a Troika. Professores de língua inglesa como Stephan Hughes e Vinícius Nobre estarão presentes para tratar sobre metodologias, abordagens, avaliações, educação infantil, uso da tecnologia em sala de aula e muito mais. Tudo isso em um formato único e interativo, cheio de novidades. Vai perder?
08:00 às 08:50 – ACCREDITATION
09:00 às 09:45 – LECTURE – EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY, with Paulo Dantas
In this talk we are going to look into some of the key concepts and new paradigms related to assessment in language teaching and how they can impact our practice more positively. We are also going to suggest tools, approaches and principles that can be applied to more current models of evaluation.
09:45 às 10:30 – LECTURE – TEACHING YOUNG LEARNERS, with Renata Borges
We are going to discuss child development and how it influences the way they learn. We are also going to talk about important aspects of the learning process of young learners, talking about what we know about how children learn and how we can apply that to the classroom.
10:30 às 12:00 – WORKSHOP – EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY, with Paulo Dantas / WORKSHOP – TEACHING YOUNG LEARNERS, with Renata Borges
12:00 às 13:30 – LUNCH TIME
13:30 às 14:15 – LECTURE – ASSESSMENT, with Vinicíus Nobre
In this talk, we’ll discover ways technology can be used to improve language learning and how it can impact positively learners motivation and outcomes. We will also discuss what has been going on in the field of EdTech and how technology is likely to reshape learning in the future.
14:15 às 15:00 – LECTURE – METHODOLOGIES AND APPROACHES, with Stephan Hughes
Teaching English to speakers of other languages has most certainly gone beyond the Communicative Approach and its hybrid forms. The need to teach IN English and not just about English has disrupted the what, the how of teaching. The ubiquitous nature of learning (thanks to the constantly consistent enhancement of digital tools and intelligences) means redefining teacher and learner roles, learning spaces, learning aims, assessment systems and educational outcomes. The landscape that lies before us favors teachers who can be X-Men, not Avengers. This talk will glide over three major educational umbrella concepts in ELT and pave the way for a 90-minute workshop to explore them more practically.
15:00 às 16:30 – WORKSHOP – ASSESSMENT, with Vinicíus Nobre / WORKSHOP – METHODOLOGIES AND APPROACHES, with Stephan Hughes
He is a managing partner at Troika. He has been involved in ELT for 13 years as a teacher, teacher educator, course designer, materials writer and coursebook editor; in the last few years, Paulo has explored ways in which technology and innovation impact teaching and learning and has developed apps, platforms and other digital products for language learning and teacher education. As an e-Learning specialist, he has served as international expert panelist for the Horizon Report Higher Education – International (2016, 2017, 2018) and its Brazilian version as well, Horizon.br. Having attended UFPE (Social Studies), Paulo holds the Cambridge ESOL DELTA and is currently reading for his M.A. in Professional Development for Language Education at the University of Chichester.
He is a managing partner at Troika. He has been in English Language Teaching since 1995 and has worked as a teacher, teacher educator, academic coordinator, international examiner, education manager and content developer in a range of contexts. Vinnie is a course book writer (Project Ace and Hyperlink – both with Pearson) and has coauthored two methodology books: “Getting into Teacher Education: a handbook” with Cengage Learning, and “Teaching English Today: Contexts and Objectives” (SBS/DELI). He is a CELTA tutor and assessor, a DELTA tutor, past president of BRAZ-TESOL and member of their advisory board, a professor for the post graduation course at Estacio, a tutor for the M.A. program from the University of Chichester and a member of the New Routes Advisory Board. Vinnie has also published several articles on a variety of topics, written chapters in academic publications and spoken as a guest in many international conferences in Brazil and abroad.
He graduated from PUC-Rio de Janeiro in English and Portuguese and holds an MA in Language Education from the University of Chichester. He also holds the COTE and the DELTA from Cambridge University, the Certificate in Further Teaching of Business English from the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry and a specialization certificate in Business Management from Fundação Dom Cabral.
He is an English Language Teacher, trainer and adjunct lecturer, based in Rio de Janeiro. He has been learning to teach a new lesson every time he steps into a classroom for the last 23 years and lately has set his efforts on equipping teachers with the language proficiency, the methodological know-how, the digital literacy and social emotional skills to thrive in the classroom today.
She has graduated in Languages from the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, with a post-graduate degree in English language literatures from the same university.
She has been working in ELT for 16 years, having worked as a teacher and a pedagogical coordinator. For the last 8 years she has been working with teacher training and materials writing. She has worked on the development of online courses and books for adults and young learners in a bilingual context. She currently works for Troika, where she works with materials writing and teacher training.