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June 8-9 | 2024

Modern Teaching
Methods
. V10

International Online Conference

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Our mission: to make modern teaching methods accessible.

Program
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Nataliia Havryliuk

Social Media Coordinator

  • Instagram

She knows how many times you clicked on ads and how much we paid for this.

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WinWin Manager

  • Instagram

A mysterious capybara who answers your questions and helps with registration.

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Certificates Director 

An incognito IT guy who gets angry every time you misspell your name or surname.

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Anna Gerun

(CEO WinWin Education)

Project Manager, Financial Director

  • Instagram

You listen to her playlist during the breaks at the conference.

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Dariia Oliinyk

(CEO be_superteacher)
Project Manager, Creative Director

  • Instagram

You see her face at least 10 times during the conference.

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Yuliia Amielina

Marketing Director

  • Instagram

You can never find the emails she sends because they are in spam.

What shall we talk about
Day 1

Anastasia Shvets

09:30 - 10:30 Kyiv time

The Hidden Magic of Reused Activities

Discover how reusing activities can enhance student engagement and learning outcomes. Learn practical strategies to repurpose and adapt activities for different language levels. Unlock the hidden magic of reused activities and take your ESL teaching to the next level.

Maria-Araxi Sachpazian

10:45 - 11:45 Kyiv time

Class Management for Unruly Teenagers  

This session aims to explore the challenges related with keeping teenagers (especially those who are unruly) engaged and cooperative during the lesson. In our session we will discuss
a) Why are some teenagers so hard to approach – This will also open the way to discuss issues related with extreme demotivation and reaction formation.
b) What teachers can do when meeting these teenagers.
c) Indicative outcomes of disruptive behaviour and how they affect the learning of the class.
d) Working one-to-one with uncooperative teenagers  
e) Establishing common ground with teenagers

Georgia Papamichailidou

12:00 - 13:30 Kyiv time

Unlocking the AI Potential in the ELT Classroom (work in breakout rooms)

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Inna Kosoriga

14:00- 15:00 Kyiv time

How to Turn on Intrinsic Motivation for Improvement of Learning Effectiveness

• What is intrinsic motivation and how it affects our lives.
• Why do people study? Purpose, goals, drivers, expectations.
• Role of incentives and rewards in learning and development.
• Effective teaching approaches to turn on intrinsic motivation (Pull Vs. Push, Problem-Based Learning).
• Key success factors for creating a student-centered teaching strategy.

Rob Howard

15:15 - 16:45 Kyiv time

The Best AI Technology for your Classroom is You

There is a frenzy to adopt AI technology as a teaching tool. The fact is, there is no recent research demonstrating that AI, technology, or gamification enhances learning or retention. On top of that, we are not only showing students the power of AI, but we are training the AI apps we use to replace us. Before you succumb to the trend, come hear why you still are the best tool for your classroom.

Day 2

Dorothy Zemach

9:00 - 10:00 Kyiv time

Is It Possible to Prepare for the Future?

Technology is changing so fast these days, teachers can feel overwhelmed trying to keep up. Prepare for the future? It’s hard enough to prepare for the present! But while it’s true that some things are constantly changing, other things are not—like the place of language in society and the importance of education and teachers. We’ll look at ways to analyze changes in how language is being used in order to update our curriculum and even teaching approaches and activities.

Dariia Oliinyk

10:15 - 11:15 Kyiv time

Unleashing Potential: The Power of Continuous Learning for English Educators

This session offers a comprehensive overview of the vast array of opportunities available for educators. Whether you're a seasoned educator or just starting your journey, this session provides valuable insights and resources to enrich your teaching practice and advance your professional growth.

Hugh Dellar

11:45 - 13:15 Kyiv time

Mediation and Сoursebook Writing: Benefits and Issues 

In this presentation I will talk about my experience as a writer of incorporating mediation into coursebook materials – mainly the new edition of Outcomes (National Geographic Learning). I will discuss what I see as the real benefits of placing mediation front and centre as you write, while at the same time how it has raised a host of issues for me around level, the way the CEFR is used and how (even if) the skill of mediation can be taught and tested.

Hugh Dellar

13:45 - 15:15 Kyiv time

Teaching Grammar Lexically (work in breakout rooms)

In this session, we'll explore a few pages from one of the most traditional grammar-oriented books on the market and look at how to get the most out of a grammar lesson from a lexical perspective.

Bartosz Prokop

15:15 - 15:45 Kyiv time

Utilizing the power of AI in English Assessment at EnglishScore

This session from British Council EnglishScore will explore how Artificial Intelligence is innovating English Language assessment for universities and schools.

Attendees will learn how a recognized mobile English test uses AI to ensure the assessment is accurate and reliable. This includes using AI to deter cheating and aid in scoring productive skills such as speaking and writing.

EnglishScore is the only four skills test delivered on a mobile phone, making it the most convenient and accessible recognised English test in the world.

We invited the best Ukrainian and International speakers to share their own experience with you

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Dariia Oliinyk

Unleashing Potential: The Power of Continuous Learning for English Educators

Qualifications:

Experience:

C1 Advanced (Kyiv), C2 Proficiency (Kyiv), TKT Module 1,2 (Kyiv), CELTA (Kyiv), Masters in English Language and Foreign Literature (Zhytomyr).

  • an English teacher since 2013;

  • a teacher trainer since 2017;

  • specialising in working with adults and exam preparation;

  • a former Academic Director of a Cambridge center (2018-2020);

  • an inspiring blogger be_superteacher;

  • a conference organiser.

 
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Georgia K. Papamichailidou

Unlocking the AI Potential in the ELT Classroom

Qualifications:

MA in Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language from the University of Birmingham, UK

Experience:

  • an EFL English teacher since 2005; 

  • a teacher trainer  teacher training, having an extensive experience in delivering professional development sessions publicly across Europe and online;

  • an Assistant Director of Studies at Kaplan International English Bournemouth;

  • awarded with the Kaplan Way Leadership award for creating and delivering a new high-quality course based on CLIL Teaching Methodology;

  • specialising in teacher training course design and materials writing.

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Dorothy Zemach

Is It Possible to Prepare for the Future?

Qualifications:

MA in TESL from the School for International Training in Vermont, USA

Experience:

  • taught ESL and other foreign languages for over 20 years, in Asia, Africa, and the US;

  • now she concentrates on writing, editing, and publishing ELT materials and textbooks and conducting teacher training workshops;

  • her areas of specialty and interest are teaching writing, teaching reading, academic English, testing, and humor;

  • a frequent plenary speaker at international conferences and is active on social media;

  •  in 2012, Dorothy launched Wayzgoose Press, a small independent publishing imprint for fiction, non-fiction, and educational materials.

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Maria-Araxi Sachpazian

Class Management for Unruly Teenagers  

Qualifications:

BA in Education from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, a CEELT II and the Royal Society of Arts  Diploma for Oversees Teachers of English (3 distinctions) from the University of Cambridge

Experience:

  • a practicing EFL Teacher and a Lecturer in the Department of Humanities of CITY College, University of York Europe Campus;

  • the owner and Managing Director of Input on Education (a company that provides Academic and Business support services for foreign language schools);

  • a conference speaker and writer of articles related to her special research interests which are materials evaluation and adaptation, digital teaching, and the construction of teacher identity;

  • from April 2023 Maria serves on the board of IATEFL as Secretary General and is the Chair of TESOL Macedonia-Thrace, Northern Greece.

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Rob Howard

The Best AI Technology for your Classroom is You

Qualifications:

iTDi TOEFL trainer, writer on business English

Experience:

  • Business Language Training Institute owner

  • EFLtalks founder, a teacher, trainer, coach, writer on business English, entrepreneurship, one-to-one, and online teaching.

  • IATEFL BESIG Joint Coordinator

  • Gallery Teachers Masterclass presenter

  • iTDi TOEFL trainer, and Independent Authors & Publishers co-founder.  

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Hugh Dellar

Mediation and Сoursebook Writing: Benefits and Issues 

Qualifications:

Bachelor in English Literature, Masters in TESOL, CELTA, DELTA (Double Distinction).

Experience:

  • a teacher and teacher trainer with over twenty-five years' experience in the field;

  • the co-founder of the online school and training company Lexical Lab;

  • co-authored two five-level General English series, Outcomes and Innovations, both published by National Geographic Learning, as well as one level of the high-school series Perspectives;

  • the author of Teaching Lexically (Delta Publishing, 2016);

  • has worked on two levels of the new Pearson General English series, Roadmap.

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Anastasiia Shvets

The Hidden Magic of Reused Activities

Qualifications:

C1 Advanced (Kyiv), TKT Module 1,2,3, CLIL (Zhytomyr), Specialist in English Language and Foreign Literature (Zhytomyr)

Experience:

  • ESL teacher;

  •  international examiner; 

  • teacher trainer;

  • academic manager; 

  • work with all ages and levels of students, create educational programs

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Inna Kosoriga

How to Turn on Intrinsic Motivation for Improvement of Learning Effectiveness

Qualifications:

Management Consultant, Business Coach, MBA

Experience:

  • 20+ years in strategic HR management and organizational development;

  • 8+ years of work at HR Director role in the large companies (INTERPIPE, 1.Inc, Nova Poshta);

  • 9+ years of running own business in consultancy and providing corporate Learning & Development programs for managers;

  • Co-founder and partner at Wise Energy Group, HR2B, IVA MICE;

  • Teacher of the courses on HR management, organizational development, change management (Kyiv National Economic University, European Business Association, Kyiv-Mohyla Business School).

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Bartosz Prokop

Utilizing the power of AI in English Assessment at EnglishScore

Experience:

  • the Head of Business Development, Europe at British Council EnglishScore (British Council’s mobile test and certificate of English for employment). 

  • supports HEIs, schools and corporate organisations across the region enabling them to test high volumes of students and equip them with a globally respected certificate.

  • has 15-year experience in language teaching and testing. Edtech solutions enthusiast.

Speakers
Prices

What shall we talk about

CASUAL BIRDS

Participation in the conference + the access to recordings for 2 month

June 8-9 | 2024

80€

90€

FRIENDLY BIRDS

Participation in the conference with a colleague €65 each + the access to recordings
for 2 month

June 8-9 | 2024

130€ 

150€

FELLOW BIRDS

Participation in the conference with 2 colleagues
€60 each + the access to recordings
for 2 month

June 8-9 | 2024

180€

210€

Win Win TTC And Be_Superteacher
In Cooperation:

years

9

of teaching experience;

103+

organized seminars and workshops for teachers;

1200

effective and creative ideas;

1010+

inspired attendees;

425

happy owners of TKT certificates;

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Feedback from our participants

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Sigita Magyar-Žilinskaitė

I absolutely loved the conference. The discussed topics were very interesting and useful, I really appreciate that. To improve in the future maybe it would be nice to hear more speakers from different countries and to hear about their experience in teaching.

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Olha Vnuk

I really enjoyed this conference. Also, this was my first time, but frankly speaking, it was such a pleasure! Bravo❤️

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Kateryna Bondarenko

The event is great! And thanks a lot for providing the recordings! Couldn’t attend all the speeches because of work, but thanks to the recordings I’m still able to get all the info❤️

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