Is your kid's homework boring and unwanted? Very likely so. Does it have to be this way? Of course not. All you need to do is find a way to flip your son's or daughter's homework from a burden into an activity that (a) makes sense, (b) creates healthy attitudes, (c) builds skills and confidence, (d) is fun enough to deal with during your kid's school years.
The session will empower parents with understanding their role in their kids' learning process, and teach them practicalities of dealing with homework.
The session is for parents of 1-6 graders who study English. Teachers for those grades are welcome, too.
The event will be conducted by Alla McCaughey, English teacher, coursebook writer, teacher trainer, mother of PaPa Lingua community.
Alla believes in teacher-parent cooperation, and sees parents as a powerful tool for extending school lessons into home and beyond.
Please, remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
In this session we’ll be discussing some of the major themes related to teaching pronunciation and how to easily integrate these topics into the EFL classroom.
For this week’s topic we’ll be discussing a variety of issues relating to the health and happiness of Ukrainians.
Paul Rusesabagina was a hotel manager who housed over a thousand Tutsi refugees during their struggle against the Hutu militia in Rwanda.
Команда Інді Лаб запрошує на показ 9-ти короткометражних документальних фільмів, створених молодими митцями цього року.
A panel discussion with three contributors to 2017 veteran fiction anthology "The Road Ahead" about writing and publishing fiction about war, and how that relates to contemporary events in Ukraine.