The Prague Post Endowment Fund
One of the main activities of the Prague Post Endowment Fund is the organization of trainings and seminars for teachers. The themes of these courses are current issues in education, such as multicultural and environmental education. The Endowment Fund’s long-term objective is to provide high-quality supplementary education for teachers not only from Prague, but also from all regions of the Czech Republic. Participants acquire new knowledge and skills for everyday work with pupils in the classroom. Workshops are led by experienced and professional lecturers. In 2011, PPEF received accreditation from the Ministry of Education to implement workshops for teachers.
In cooperation with Daniela Clarke, we prepared a workshop for upper primary school teachers. It addresses three key areas (grammar, vocabulary, speaking) in need of improvement, and offers training solutions in these areas, both theoretical and practical, that aim to improve the quality of teaching of those who attend the event.
About the lecturer: Daniela Clarke
Daniela Clarke is a freelance teacher trainer, ELT writer and ELT consultant. After graduating in English and Aesthetics, she gained an RSA DELTA, a PgCert in Education and a PgCert in Coaching (Modern Foreign Languages). She has worked in ELT since 1997, mainly in the UK as an EFL teacher, teacher trainer and subject learning coach, teaching on courses for young learners, teenagers and adults, training on the Trinity Cert TESOL and Exam Assessors Courses, and coaching teachers. She has a particular interest in motivational and creative teaching strategies, lesson differentiation and the use of Interactive Whiteboards in ELT.
Workshop was held on January 20, 2015 at the American Centre in Prague, from 10AM till 4PM.
See pictures form the seminar in our gallery.
Macmillan Education provides teaching materials for the course.