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ABOUT THE EVENT

At National Geographic Learning, we believe education is the most empowering force in the world. It spreads awareness, builds confidence, gives conviction to stand for ourselves and for what’s right, it helps us connect across borders, and breaks down barriers to opportunity.

 

We are living through unprecedented, challenging times. This global crisis has created the largest disruption of education systems in history, a disruption that has impacted students, educators and families across the globe. This crisis has particularly tested educators, not only as professionals, but also as leaders.

 

On the other hand, this global pandemic has also driven innovation to education. It has forced a massive shift away from learning and teaching in traditional learning spaces with physical interactions. We have also been reminded of the essential role of teachers. We have seen innovative approaches and accelerated changes in support of delivering quality education.

 

These changes have also underlined a promising future for learning and the need for continuing innovation and change. As education transforms to suit the future’s needs, the role of teachers must also adapt and grow.

 

How can teachers contribute to build a sustainable, bilingual future? This is the question we will address through the academic program we have prepared for you. Join us and learn how to become a creative and transformative force that will lead through the crisis, while creating a brighter future today.

THE AGENDA

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MARCH 2ND

SMASHING CLASSROOMS WALLS

THROUGH VIRTUAL EVENTS

JOE GRABOWSKI

National Geographic Emerging Explorer and

First Education Fellow, Science Communicator and Educator

MARCH 3RD

KEEPING THE TEACHER STUDENT BOND ALIVE

Author, International Teacher Trainer and Storyteller

LUCY CRICHTON

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MARCH 4TH

CLAIRE VENABLES

International Speaker and Material Writer

Author, International Teacher Trainer and Storyteller

LUCY CRICHTON

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CONNECTION, COMPASSION AND CHARACTER IN THE TEEN CLASSROOM

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MARCH 5TH

THE LANGUAGE CLASSROOM AS A LIFE AND CAREER LEARNING ARENA

LUCIANA FERNÁNDEZ

Senior Academic Consultant

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MARCH 6TH

WHAT IT MEANS TO TEACH CULTURE

IN THE LANGUAGE CLASSROOM

CHIA SUAN  CHONG

Writer, Communication Skills Trainer and Teacher Trainer