04. July 2020 - 14:00 till 15:30

The Extra Mile Returns, Online, Saturday, 04. July 2020

Survival Kit for Teaching Online, Using Games and Stories

About this Event

In this workshop I will present games and stories that can be adapted to online teaching. During the presentation all participants will be encouraged to play the games proposed, so they can really put themselves in their students’ shoes.

People learn better by doing and experimenting. After playing, participants will analyze the use of these games and see how they can transfer them to their teaching practice. My goal is to MOVE TEACHERS BY MAKING THEM MOVE. Teachers will discover that their aim is not only to teach the language, but also to help students enjoy the process, and in this way become the “unforgettable teacher” we would all like to be.

Lic. María Celeste Grimau

Solidarity Event

We want to support Fundacion Jose Obrero, all proceeds will go to the foundation, : https://instagram.com/tdelossuenos?igshid=g51bpvt2gfxb

Suggested Contribution: a minimum of $300

Limited Vacancies 

Licenciada M. Celeste Grimau is a storyteller and specializes in the use of storytelling and games as tools for the teaching of languages. She graduated from FASTA University with a degree of Licenciada en Inglés and did post-graduate studies at the University of Maryland, USA. She is the director of STEPS – Cross-Cultural Understanding Institute and has been Head of the English Department of Colegio Del Sol. She has contributed articles on education to ARTESOL magazine and the Buenos Aires Herald, and written articles and activities for the “English Teaching in Action” magazine. Celeste is the editor of “Tick Tack Toe” magazine and has published two e-books: “Vitamin Shock Games” (Volumes 1 and 2). She has also given workshops and been a presenter at many international conferences for teachers of English in Argentina and Chile, and has been a member of the ARTESOL Board. Currently studying Drama at the Universidad Nacional de Rio Negro, Celeste is a passionate teacher who considers teaching not only as her job, but also her mission.

The Extra Mile Returns

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