Learn how the publishing team from National Geographic Learning has listened to teachers and students from around the world to enhance the Time Zones series. Through engaging real-world topics, fully supported language lessons, and new features that encourage learner autonomy and reflection, Time Zones supports the needs of the twenty-first century learner. In this webinar, we will explore how this new edition helps teachers address motivation, cultivate good learning practices, and support students with the tools they need for success beyond the classroom. We will also review the updated digital program, including a new Classroom Presentation Tool and Online Practice learning management system, for in-class or online teaching.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Andrew Robinson is National Geographic Learning’s Publisher for Asia & Global ELT. He has been with NGL for over 15 years, and was the publisher of Time Zones in its first, second, and third editions. A former English language teacher, he has given presentations and workshops at language teaching conferences across Asia, as well as in North and South America. Andrew has two Master’s Degrees, including one in Creative Writing; he is also an award-winning short story writer. He is currently based in Singapore, where he works on the development of new product for the global ELT market, including print and digital components for students and instructors.