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Designing Materials for the Flipped Classroom

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Hosted by: National Geographic Learning Latin America

Category: Academic DaysOnline Teaching

Presenter: Elisabeht Taboada

Recently, we have embraced methodologies such as the “flipped classroom” but still we are hesitant about how we can create own materials or adapt other we may have at hand. The aim of this session is to discuss “simple” easy to follow techniques to design context appropriate materials that provide students with input during the first stage of the Flipped Classroom.

With over 20 years of experience as an ELT educator, Elisabeht has fulfilled a variety of roles including academic coordinator, teacher trainer, author, and editor. She has successfully contributed to and overseen the implementation of International Baccalaureate programs such as the Primary Years Programme, The Middle Years Programme, and the Diploma Programme at prestigious Mexico City schools such as Instituto La Paz, Colegio Hebreo Tarbut and Westhill Institute. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English Language Teaching through CENEVAL and received the grade of Merit in the In-Service Certificate in English Language Teaching (COTE). Elisabeht has an extensive background as a TKT teacher trainer and speaking examiner and has collaborated in the design of face-to-face and online training courses. She has been an Academic Consultant for National Geographic Learning since 2014.

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