Hello everyone and welcome back to the Oxford Professional Development site! We hope you all had a great summer and are now back in the classrooms refreshed and ready to go! We are really looking forward to the year ahead and we hope you are too! Whilst you’ve been preparing your classes for the new school year we’ve also been hard at work putting together a fantastic teacher training calendar full of webinars, seminars and online courses.
First of all, we’re really excited to announce 11 different Oxford Make the Most online courses for both English and Bilingual teachers! As most of you know they are online courses based on OUP titles that show teachers how to exploit their course book and didactic materials while discovering the methodology behind the lessons.
This year we are proud to launch 2 new courses; Daisy, Robin & Me and CLIL for Secondary Teachers. To see all the courses available visit Make the Most Courses 2015-2016.
We will be launching all the courses on the 28th September and if you are an Oxford user you can register now here.
As well as the online courses we have also finalised the Oxford Webinar calendar for the whole year! We are literally spoiling you for choice with no less than 19 webinars from October until April next year! This time around we are offering you several webinar series that you can follow with a webinar per trimester. We have something for all of you and will cover all the different levels for both English and CLIL teachers. So, if you’re looking to face evaluation in the 21st century, immerse yourself in videos with Jamie Keddie, see how to incorporate mobiles in your class and put CLIL into action or if you just want to virtually meet authors and experts then this is the place for you!
We’ll be sending all the registration details soon but in the meantime you can see the entire calendar and what’s coming up here on Upcoming Webinars & Registration.
Keep an eye on your inbox for your personal invitation and keep up-to-date right here on the Oxford Professional Development site.