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How to Design an Effective Syllabus and Optimize Learning Outcomes

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Tuesday, July 9, 2024

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02:00 PM Europe/Paris

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Agenda

PURPOSE

Join us for a webinar tailored to educators seeking to enhance their planning and design skills. Delving into the art of syllabus construction and its pivotal role in achieving successful learning outcomes, we will investigate best practices for syllabus organization, content structuring, and goal alignment to foster student engagement and achievement. Gain insights into leveraging technology for syllabus creation and fostering interactive online discussions. This webinar equips educators with practical strategies to create dynamic syllabi that not only outline course information but also serve as a roadmap for a productive and impactful learning journey. There will also be time for Q&A.   

This webinar will be recorded and shared with all registrants.    

  

Thanks to attending this webinar, you will:  

  • enhance your teaching techniques by incorporating the best practices of syllabus design 

  • explore methods for fostering student-centered learning    

  • discover dynamic strategies for creating syllabi 

Celestina Cardoz Maury

Celestina Cardoz Maury is a Senior ELT Coordinator at ETS Global for France, born in Goa and now based in Paris. She has an extensive background in teaching, academic management, and international mobility management. She has a keen interest in teacher development, communication skills, inclusion in education, international mobilities and using literature in the ELT classroom.

Liana Berkowitz

Liana is French, born in Rio de Janeiro and lived in South America and the US for most of her childhood. She holds an M.A. in Applied linguistics with a focus on language teacher training and a Master’s in project management in education and training both from Université Paris Cité. Before ETS she worked for 17 years in the French foreign service as a Attachée universitaire in various embassies across Asia and Africa. She joined the TOEFL team in 2016 and is today in charge of Academic Relations for TOEFL iBT for EMEA.