Help! There’s such a range of abilities in my class! Lots of my students need extra support and some need extra challenge! Secondary teachers know every student matters, but it’s sometimes difficult to attend to everyone in a diverse class. How can scaffolding help us? How can we best utilize collaborative learning? What about digital tools? This practical session will propose strategies and activities to help us meet the demands of a mixed ability class.
Alyssa Alexander has had various roles in the field of language teaching over the past ten years. She first came to Andalusia as a language assistant in the public school system, went on to get a master ́s degree in Translation and Intercultural Studies, and worked as an English teacher in Seville up until recently. She is particularly interested in how to motivate students and how language learning can open doors to new opportunities. She now works as an ELT Consultant for Pearson and considers Spain her home.
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