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YLT Webinars: Teaching to Learners of all Styles

Duration: 60 minutes | Language: English

Sunday, January 11 2015 | 7:00 AM (EST)

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Marjorie Rosenberg will discuss Teaching to Learners of all Styles

Have you ever wondered what makes your students tick? Part of the secret may well be their individual learning styles. The workshop will begin with the concept of learning styles and examine what they are as well as what they are not. We will then move on to three specific models including examples of both learner and teacher characteristics. Participants will be encouraged to think about their own styles and the impact this has on their teaching. A number of activities for the classroom will be presented and their use in the classroom discussed. At the end of the workshop we will discuss the concept of both ‘harmonising’ and ‘challenging’ learners in order to provide the basis for the development of learner strategies and to help learners to stretch out of their normal comfort zones, two factors which can contribute to their success.

About Marjorie Rosenberg
Marjorie Rosenberg is an instructor of English at the University of Graz and trains teachers for a variety of classroom situations. She is an NLP trainer and has worked extensively in the field of learning styles, NLP, and cooperative learning and was involved in a project by the Ministry of Education to enable primary school teachers to teach a number of their subjects in English. In addition to writing course books for the Austrian schools, she has published ‘Spotlight on Learning Styles’ with Delta Publishing. Marjorie is currently the IATEFL BESIG Coordinator and a member of the Membership Committee of IATEFL and will soon be standing down from these positions to take on the Vice-Presidency of IATEFL in mid-January and the Presidency in April 2015.

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Marjorie Rosenberg is an instructor of English at the University of Graz and trains teachers for a variety of classroom situations. She is an NLP trainer and has worked extensively in the field of learning styles, NLP, and cooperative learning and was involved in a project by the Ministry of Education to enable primary school teachers to teach a number of their subjects in English. In addition to writing course books for the Austrian schools, she has published ‘Spotlight on Learning Styles’ with Delta Publishing.

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