IATEFL Poland and Sinead Namur, Télécom Paris,
have the pleasure to invite you to the webinar
which took place on Wednesday, 19th January 2022, from 20.30 to 21.30 CET.
Your registration will be made via Zoom platform
This webinar is titled:
“Making Mediation Meaningful“
In this interactive webinar we discuss why introducing a course integrating mediation and business was relevant to the speaker’s digital engineering student audience. We explain how our experience of working in a multinational department informed course planning regarding content, timetabling and logistics. We focus on how parameters like student age and professional experience determined the success or failure of specific modules.
We address face to face and online assessment and discuss how useful CEFR descriptors were to determine proficiency.
We end with information about student feedback mid and end of course in order to set action points for a future iteration.
IATEFL Poland members have priority of registration for this webinar.
Do not delay. The number of participants is limited.
After the webinar all participants will receive a certificate of participation.
Sinead Namur is an English teacher at Télécom Paris. An experienced academic manager and teacher combining a passion for English language and literature, she has 20 years’ experience teaching primary, secondary, university and business students in France.
She has worked in state French schools, been a freelance tutor for international companies and set up her own association for teaching English to children. She was a Senior Teacher at the British Council in Paris. She is also a Cambridge DELTA tutor and a member of TESOL France Ex-Com.
Her key interests include materials’ and curriculum development.
She has recently collaborated with Bethany Cagnol on a MOOC now available on Coursera, entitled “Promote Your Scientific Results.”
She graduated with a degree in French from Queen’s University, Belfast and holds a DESS in Didactics and Language Acquisition from Université Lumière Lyon 2.
Outside the classroom, she enjoys travelling, reading and learning new languages.