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Teaching Young Learners Online

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Teaching Young Learners Online

British Council

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This FutureLearn course from the British Council discusses how you can deliver learning outcomes in an online class by engaging young students with fun activities and personalizing the online learning experience.

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Teaching Young Learners Online

by British Council

Teaching Young Learners Online

British Council

Overview

For teachers and young learners, the pandemic is all about adjusting to the new reality of online classrooms. So what can teachers do to help students stay engaged, curious, and excited about their remote lessons?

The British Council is a UK-based organization that has been promoting cultural relations, education, and English learning for more than 75 years. Having helped over 100 million students learn English language skills in the past few decades, the Council continues to help many around the world.

In this course presented by FutureLearn, the British Council uses its expertise to help teachers make the online learning experience more meaningful, interactive, and fun for young students.

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"Routines establish a safe and secure learning environment. You know what you're going to do when you're going to do it, and who you're going to do it with."

Kathryn Jordan, English language teacher

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