Feb 18th – Being Affective is Truly Effective! – Workshop

An exploration of how affective learning can engage and empower language learning and teaching.

Come learn how affective learning can engage and empower your students’ learning and your teaching. During this presentation we will explore how practical affective pedagogical practices can create nurturing mental models about language uses, student’s own learning, and their own linguistic competence. Join Juan Uribe and Buddy the Frog in this journey with lots of play, imagination, and curiosity.

 

Destination: Language learning ownership.

Transportation: Presence, communication, respect, and power sharing.

Takeaways: Puppeteering techniques, stories, rods and games.

Compartment shared with: María Marta Suarez’s song & circle dancing.

Marian Derfler’s story telling

Eugenia Dell Osa’s drama games


Enrolment fees:

Very Early Birds: $250 (enrolment deadline December 20th)

Early Birds: $300 (enrolment deadline February 3rd)

Standard Fee: $350 (enrolment deadline February 12th)

Enrollment at: https://goo.gl/forms/iCN1Q1vCiWhCqaMb2

Date: February 18th from 2.00 pm to 6.00 pm.

Venue: Billinghurst 1926, CABA.


Juan UribeJuan Uribe is a teacher trainer whose passion is studying and sharing how children learn languages affectively through play, games, storytelling, and puppeteering. He has been in an amazing journey visiting language schools for children around the world where he has both conducted teacher development programs as well as enchanted young audiences with Buddy the Frog.

Juan holds a B.A. in Education from the Catholic University in São Paulo (PUC-SP) and a Master in Education in Human Development and Applied Psychology from the University of Toronto.

He writes a blog called Children Learning English Affectively

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