Inclusive Approaches in Primary ELT
Inclusive Approaches in Primary ELT is a new series of professional development courses and resources for teachers who want to make and inspire change. Whether you’re familiar with educational approaches such as Inquiry-based and Project-based learning or these terms are new to you, the courses will help you develop your teaching skills, methodology and approaches in the young learner classroom. The resources will provide you with an easy way to get started with Inquiry-based learning, with enough flexibility for it to work with most primary-aged children.
Teacher development courses designed for teachers of primary-aged learners on inclusive educational approaches in ELT.
Resource Packs & Subscription
Themed inquiry & project resource packs ready to use and adapt for your young learner classroom.
I came to the course a relative rookie to inclusivity. Although I’d attended a few workshops and had just taken part in Michelle’s ‘Back to School Challenge’, I would readily admit that I wasn’t doing enough to make my primary classrooms as inclusive as they should be. Having just stepped back into a DoS role, the timing was perfect. The course was structured with a good balance of theory and practical elements, allowing us time to delve into Michelle’s ‘Inclusive Pedagogies Framework’ and explore how it could apply to our contexts. No mean feat either, as many participants were from vastly different backgrounds and working contexts. The course community that Michelle created was another strength of the course and made the live sessions and reflection tasks both productive and enlightening. In the months since finishing, I’ve found myself thinking, planning, and teaching much more critically to make our lessons and materials as inclusive as possible. I wholeheartedly recommend this course to any educational professional looking to integrate inclusive practices into their classroom or materials.
New year, new you?
What are your professional goals for 2023?
🎯Perhaps you are keen to work on your own professional development.
🎯Or maybe you have a class that didn’t get off to the best of starts in the autumn term.
🎯Or you have one student who things aren’t working so well for and who you really want to support.
🎯You might even be thinking of a career move and are starting to think about possible opportunities.