Professional updating mfl teachers

This is an updated version of the course previously offered (prior to 2016), now incorporating tablets and other technologies.

It is a highly interactive course providing an overview of a range of technologies and how they can be used to support teaching and learning of modern foreign languages.

‘Joining the conversation’, as one says, will allow you to get the full benefit of Twitter and life will never be the same again!

In a nutshell, the MFL Twitterati = a staffroom without cynics, a place to reflect, experiment and discuss with supportive experts in their field 24/7. For those teachers saying ‘I haven’t got time for this’, my reply would be to check out the MFL Times, a free daily e-newspaper made up of stories harvested from the links sent by language twitterers from around the world. For the more adventurous among you, you may wish to take part in one of our regular video conferencing sessions where we discuss the issues of the day from the comfort of our own homes.

You’d help them get the knowledge, skills and attributes they’ll need for a successful and positive life when they leave school.

You would teach young people from 11 to 18 years old, in state and independent schools.You would: You’d encourage the students to take pride in their achievements inside and outside school.You’d support them to build good relationships with other students and teachers and play a positive part in the life of the school and the local community.You’d teach students of different ages and abilities and prepare young people to take the National Qualifications and Highers in this subject.There is national guidance for Curriculum for Excellence Modern Languages and National Qualifications, which you would use when planning your teaching.

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