Suzanne Mordue

I work for the British Council as an E-Learning Consultant for the teacher development team. This work includes supporting the build of our online courses and teacher training.

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Teaching English: How to Plan a Great Lesson (FutureLearn)

Oct 25th 2021
Teaching English: How to Plan a Great Lesson (FutureLearn)
Course Auditing
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Develop your English language teaching skills and learn how to plan and deliver effective English lessons with this online course. Gain new teaching skills and practices to put towards your CPD. By learning to develop a great lesson, English language teachers give students the best opportunity to retain what [...]
Average: 8 (4 votes)

The Classroom and the World (FutureLearn)

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The Classroom and the World (FutureLearn)
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Take control of your CPD and learn how to integrate 21st century skills and ICT into your English classroom. This teachers’ CPD course is dedicated to exploring tech and soft skills for the 21st century and how to incorporate them into your English as a Foreign Language (EFL) classroom. [...]
Average: 1 (4 votes)

Learning and Learners (FutureLearn)

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Learning and Learners (FutureLearn)
Course Auditing
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Understand learners, policy and practice with this continuing professional development course for English language teachers. Learn with English language teachers worldwide. This continued professional development course is for EFL teachers around the world who are interested in improving their understanding of their students and creating genuinely inclusive teaching [...]
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Lessons and Teaching (FutureLearn)

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Lessons and Teaching (FutureLearn)
Free Course
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Look at lessons, courses and resources with this continuing professional development course for English language teachers. This focused teacher CPD course is for English language teachers who would like to improve their lesson plans, teaching resources, and overall professional development.
Average: 5 (4 votes)