Viernes, 20 de octubre
17:30 – 18:30

TALLER 5 – Alison Blair – OXFORD – Thinking in Shapes


Alison Blair has taught primary children in Galicia, Madrid and Andalusia as well as working at the British Council, on professional development courses for primary English teachers. She has also worked with teachers in many countries. She has co-authored courses with Jane Cadwallader, among them Galaxy (OUP), and most recently Think, Do, Learn (Oxford Educación)

TALLER 6 – ANAYA – IDEAS for using inquiry-based methodology in the bilingual classroom

Sábado, 21 de octubre
10.30h – 11.30h

TALLER 11.- Ángela Cofiño – OXFORD – Think, Do, Learn & Enjoy!

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Angela Alvarez-Cofiño Martínez is an English teacher at early stages in Primary Education and holds a PhD in English Philology. She has been a teacher trainer all around Spain for many years now and she has some materials published, too. She was awarded a National Prize in Educative Innovation for English at Infants Stage project.

TALLER 13.- Schulyer Hedstrom – ByME – The question is the key


Since graduating with an English and Drama degree from Dartmouth College, Schuyler has been working as an actor, director, and educator. Now in his 14th year in Madrid, he has taught theatre, arts, and project based learning to more than 2,000 children. In addition to co-directing Action English Theatre Company, Schuyler also works as a teacher trainer for CTIF Madrid Capital and Macmillan Training Services providing advanced education for Madrid’s bilingual Primary and Secondary school teachers.

16.30h – 17.30h

TALLER 19.- Nina Lauder – OXFORD – It’s not the same old story


Nina Lauder has taught English and given workshops all over Spain and abroad, and has collaborated with the British Council, Bell International and Oxford University Press on professional development programmes. She is one of the authors of Explorers (OUP) and of the Think! Do! Learn! series (OUP-CLIL).

Domingo, 22 de Octubre
10.30h – 11.30h

TALLER 26.- Katharine Scott – OXFORD – Literacy – the missing skill


Katharine Scott has extensive experience in writing educational materials for Primary schools as well as writing articles and coordinated collections of pedagogical publications for teachers of both Primary and Secondary schools. Katharine has also worked for many years as teacher trainers in Spain, Turkey, Italy and Latin America.

La Universidad Rey Juan Carlos y la Asociación Enseñanza Bilingüe te invitan a participar en el IV Congreso Internacional de Enseñanza Bilingüe en Centros Educativos -CIEB 2017- .
Si quieres debatir sobre la enseñanza bilingüe, ¡Te esperamos!

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