By Patricia Zorio
Teaching children can be immensely rewarding. However, it is not just “fun and games” all the time and, sometimes, it is not an easy task to undertake. English teachers who wish to teach children must be aware of the difficulties they may encounter and be ready to embrace the challenge. The most recent approaches to education are focusing on developing responsible, emotionally intelligent children with the ability to develop healthy relationships and succeed through the ups and downs of life.
The acronym K.I.D.S stands for Kinesthetic Learning, Inquiry-based Learning, Differentiated Instruction and Social and Emotional Learning. This workshop will explore these methodological theories so as to create a stress-free environment where young students can learn about themselves and others and start shaping their future.
When? Saturday June 4th – 9.30 to 12
Where? Asociación Rosarina de Cultura Inglesa. (Buenos Aires 1174)
APRIR members: FREE
Students and members of FAAPI affiliated TAs: $300
Very few vacancies available so secure your place by paying in advance. First come, first served! Enrolment will only be confirmed after payment.
Pay by bank transfer AND email us the slip.
Banco Nación Suc. 3020- Rosario
CBU Nº 0110444240044427146462
Cuenta Corriente Especial
Nº de cuenta: 444271464/6
Asociación de Profesores de Inglés de Rosario
An English teacher since 1983, she joined Asociación Rosarina de Cultura Inglesa in 1993, where she still works at different levels and coordinates its Drama Club. She is also responsible for module C of the Professional Development seminars at this institution and Cambridge Speaking Examiner since 1996. She is a certified Ontological Coach and Psychodrama practitioner, too. Lecturer in seminars and congresses in C.A.B.A , Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Santa Fe , Entre Ríos and San Luis since 2001. In 2016, she founded Cre-Arte, an educational freelance consultancy agency.