Throughout 2017 APISC offered three seminars and one commercial presentation.
- “La formación docente situada: Motivación, enfoques y recursos en la clase de inglés”
- “Habilidades para el siglo XXI”
- "Oxford Workshop"
- “Playing in English in the EFL classroom"
Speakers say HI to all FAAPI 2018 attendees.
Mónica Rodriguez Salvo
Harry Kuchah Kuchah
“La formación docente situada: Motivación, enfoques y recursos en la clase de inglés”
On Friday 17th and Saturday 18th, March we held the first seminar of 2017 “La formación docente situada: Motivación, enfoques y recursos en la clase de inglés”, delivered by Dr. Darío Banegas.
Teachers and students from different towns in Santa Cruz shared a moment of reflection about Diseños Curriculares, motivation, CLIL and material development, and enjoyed the opportunity to share and encounter with colleagues.
“Habilidades para el siglo XXI”
On Friday 12th and Saturday 13th, May Prof. Gustavo Gonzalez visited Río Gallegos once again to deliver the professional development course “Habilidades para el siglo XXI” which was organized together with ISES Capacitación.
This time teachers and students from all over the province had the chance to participate of this energizing workshop and learn more about how to foster creativity and critical thinking in the classroom.
With the support of Oxford University Press we held a free of charge commercial presentation and workshop on Saturday 28th, October. In this occasion, Prof. Silvia Rettaroli spoke about the importance of including games and videos in the classroom to motivate children and adolescents.
Undoubtedly, attendees were able to take many useful ideas back to their classrooms. We really appreciate the effort done by Prof. María Elena Pignataro (OUP – Professional Development Coordinator) to organize this professional development event in Río Gallegos.
“Playing in English in the EFL classroom”
On Saturday 25th, November we held our last seminar in 2017 “Playing in English in the EFL classroom” delivered by Prof. Fabiana Parano. Teachers and students from different towns in the province enjoyed playing, reflecting and learning during this refreshing and stimulating workshop about promoting language learning and social and emotional skills through games.