Professional Learning and Development Manager
Cambridge University Press *
Professional Learning & Development Manager
Peter Lucantoni has had a long career in English language teaching, teacher training, and management, in Europe and the Middle East, and is now based in Cyprus. He is the author and co-author of a range of popular coursebooks for students, including Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language, and Introduction to English as a Second Language, both published by Cambridge University Press. He is currently co-authoring From Teacher to Trainer with Matt Ellman. Peter is Educational Services Manager for Cambridge University Press and regularly speaks at ELT conferences and trains teachers internationally in both the public and private sectors. His main interests are in teacher education and transitioning teachers into trainer roles.
Cambridge University Press as Professional Learning and Development Manager (MENA)
(Middle East and North Africa) [email protected] | +357-99386227 | +971-564668418
Seminar Title: A template for successful training sessions
Novice teachers are often given ‘lesson shapes’ such as Presentation-Practice-Production or Test-Teach-Test to support their lesson planning in the early part of their careers. But novice teacher trainers don’t have these kinds of templates to work from, and the result is often training sessions that lack impact. In this session we’ll introduce a model for planning successful teacher training workshops, based on our work with trainee trainers, and show how you can apply it to your own training sessions, or use it to support colleagues taking their first steps into teacher training.