Alejandra Ottolina in Meeting SEN*
There’s no such thing as being “bad” at something: we all learn differently. As responsible teachers, we know that it’s essential to discover what does and doesn’t work for our students pedagogically. But how can we do this when we have so little time to do so?
In this session we will see how invaluable it is to join the global movement for identifying the learning styles and multiple intelligences of our students, and provide them with ways of learning accordingly. We will look at how, as a teacher, we can react instinctively to these styles and activate our students’ intelligences, revolutionising how they learn both individually and together as a class.
*SEN: Special Educational Needs
When? Saturday February 16th – 9.30 to 11.30
Where? ISPI “San Bartolomé” – Tucumán 1257, Rosario
Free of charge but online enrolment essential. Please bring any non-perishable food, which will be donated to Rosario’s care centres.
Special prizes for APRIR members. If you aren’t a member yet, what are you waiting for? Join us now!
Alejandra Ottolina is a highly experienced teacher trainer who has taught all levels in both the private and public sectors. She has lectured in Argentina as well as in neighbouring countries, and currently supervises the English department of different schools. She is Macmillan’s Academic Consultant and author of several Teacher’s Books: For Winners, Insights, Switch On and Phases, Macmillan’s new series for adolescents.
This presentation is brought to you by courtesy of Macmillan Education, as part of their Advancing Learning Tour.