NATECLA Webinar: Practical activities for teaching maths to ESOL learners
- When? 16 February 2024
- Where? Online
Time: 17:00 -18:30
Presenters: Eve Sheppard and Rachel Oner
Cost: NATECLA members £5, non-members £30
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A focus on practical activities to improve the delivery of Maths programmes to ESOL learners.
About the webinar: Practical activities for teaching maths to ESOL learners
This session will cover:
- A brief overview of the challenges of a typical ESOL maths class.
- A focus on practical activities to improve understanding maths language, maths concepts and differentiation with mixed language and maths level learners.
About Eve Sheppard
Eve has been teaching ESOL and Functional Maths for nearly 20 years at a general FE college. Since 2019 she has worked as an Advanced Practitioner, responsible for CPD and coaching for teachers across the college. She has worked on several action research projects, including a Digital and Blended learning project with Greater Manchester colleges and an OTLA project investigating vocational provision for ESOL students. She loves using digital tools to support learning and is a certified Level 2 Google Educator.
About Rachel Oner
Rachel is a freelance Education Consultant and teacher trainer specialising in Essential Skills in Further Education, in particular English and ESOL, CPD delivery and resource development. She is the current National Co-Chair and Trustee of NATECLA, as well as sitting on the East of England Branch Committee. She is a Fellow of SET, a holder of QTLS, ATS and CTeach, as a Member of the Chartered Institute of Teachers. Rachel has been awarded with an Advanced Virtual Trainer qualification and runs various online training and networking events. She has experience in various FE settings including work-based, community and prison learning.