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Effective Co-teaching Practices - A professional development webinar for all educators

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About the speakers: Mariana Ganusiak is the English Programme Executive at Chatteris. She has taught English and managed teachers for over 8 years in several countries, including Ukraine, Turkey, China and Cambodia.

Sylvia is the Education Advisor of Chatteris Educational Foundation. She has been working in the educational field for over 20 years. She has teaching experiences in Hong Kong, the U.K. and Switzerland. She was a teacher educator in both local and international schools in HK and mainland China from kindergarten to secondary levels.

About the webinar: In this webinar, we will analyse the collaborative teaching cycle and discuss a variety of strategies that teachers can use to better support their students.

About the organiser of this event: Chatteris Education Foundation and Nord Anglia University have started a collaboration since 2020. We are collaborating on a professional learning initiative that is purposeful, relevant, engaging and meaningful to teachers in the local and international sectors. Our aim is to engage teachers in both sectors to encourage a dialogic, collaborative and professional partnership in which teachers can take a deep dive into their teaching and learning practices by learning from and working in partnership with each other. We join hands together to give support to teachers and all educators, especially during this challenging time.

Go to the Chatteris website for the full list of professional development webinars.

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Chatteris Educational Foundation and Nord Anglia University Asia provide opportunities for educators from all sectors to learn together in a collaborative professional development community.

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