Международная конференция для преподавателей английского языка
Evgeny Usachev is an English teacher and teacher trainer. He also heads the Teacher Training Institute at Moscow International Academy. His areas of expertise are teaching adults and using digital tools in ELT.
Ludmila Gorodetskaya is Doctor of Cultural Studies, Professor at Lomonosov Moscow State University and Senior Consultant at Cambridge University Press office in Moscow. She has been teaching EFL in its various forms to students of baccalaureate and master degree programmes at the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Area Studies, and running teacher-training workshops for school and university teachers in Moscow and other regions of the country for over 20 years.
Greg Wagstaff is a teacher trainer and EFL video content creator based in Seville, Spain. Originally from Cambridge in England, he works as a freelance teacher trainer for both Cambridge University Press and Cambridge Assessment in Spain. He also works for the CUP YouTube channel ‘Learn English with Cambridge’, scripting, editing, and starring in videos for English language learners. As a webinar and seminar presenter, Greg specialises in upper primary, secondary, and HE education, and the Cambridge exams. A teacher first and foremost, he understands the opportunities and limitations of a real-life, working classroom and how some teachers can find overwhelmingly theoretical talks difficult to contextualise. Consequently, he prides himself on giving practical talks, full of innovative tips, resources, and activities that can be implemented in class straight away. Coupled with a vibrant and lively presenting style, he always aims to connect with teachers on both a personal and professional level. He also has a strong interest in using new technologies and social media in class.
Teaching 21st century skills
Евгений Усачев (ММА)
Using mobile phones in the ELT classroom
Грег Вагстаф (Greg Wagstaff)
Why are English for Science and Business similar?
Подведение итогов и закрытие конференции