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Евгений Нестеров

Дмитрий Никитин

Елена Марчевская

Лидерский подход к
решению конфликтов

Natalia Wright


Polina Kordik



30 speakers from different parts of the world

How to work with student’s
expectations in an exam
preparation course

Conference organizer: Skyeng, one of the largest online schools in Eastern Europe.

SkyTeach Conference is one of the main online events in English Language Teaching Calendar for Russian and CIS English teachers in 2017. The conference is aimed at bringing together ELT professionals, sharing their knowledge and expertise and networking.

The presentation will look at ways we can rinse our materials to get the absolute maximum out of them as well as how to critically analyse both tailor-made and published materials in order to match what we teach to our learning goals.

Augmented reality is an exciting technology that is now being used in classrooms around the world. I will begin this talk by describing AR in simple terms before moving on to discuss its potential applications in the language classroom. I will provide examples throughout to illustrate my points and show how I have been using AR in my own teaching over the last five years. I will finish with a step-by-step guide to creating your own augmented reality lessons and materials.

Being a humanistic teacher, I have always been looking for a perfect coursebook for my students with a variety of tasks and activities which are interesting to my learners and which help them develop not only their linguistic abilities but also their inner selves. I believe that grammar is an essential part of any language learning. However, in most coursebooks, it is taught atomistically with much emphasis on the form rather than the meaning, which does not allow the students to see a ‘bigger picture’ and gain greater communicative competence. Holistic grammar teaching, on the other hand, might be an answer as it gives a lot more in terms of learning it for the purpose of meaningful communication. In my presentation, we are going to look at the notion of holistic grammar teaching and consider possible ways to employ this approach in the classroom.

Planning for our PD (Professional Development) is important for all teachers not just those new to the field. It is an essential component of a teacher’s professional life and one's own responsibility to grow and develop teaching skills. This presentation will discuss an 8 step process for planning, assessing and reflecting our on PD. Specific tools will be discussed.

This talk will consider definitions of learner autonomy, what this autonomy might look like and approaches to cultivating it with learners. It will also look at the importance and influence of motivation and metacognition in the development of autonomy. Effective goal-making is another essential aspect of successful learner autonomy and this talk will explore what makes an effective goal and how we can help learners to make and reach their autonomous learning goals.





Работа компании в едином ритме: Автоматизация деятельности языковой школы

An app guide to help you through the app jungle

George Solovyev

Peter Stepichev

to Autonomy”

“Brain Rules”

“Questions and Teaching Lexically”

“Planning your PD
(Professional Development)”

Oksana Kirsanova

Elena Kuznetsova

Анна Рыльская

Olga Stolbova

“An app guide to help you through the app jungle

How to become
a teacherpreneur

How to gamify
your English class

Personal knowledge
management tools for
teacher development

Elena Kuznetsova


writing real

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Countdown to Skyteach Conference 2017

Frequently Asked Questions

Юлия Воликова

«Лидерство как стиль менеджмента»

Лиана Хафизова

«Стратегическое планирование: как угадывать тренды и внедрять новые продукты»

Мария Губина

«Секреты создания онлайн-бизнеса на примере SkyEng»

Светлана Воропаева

«Малобюджетное продвижение языковой школы»

«Свой канал на YouTube для школ и преподавателей английского»

«Бренд школы: определение, составляющие, построение»


Александр Ларьяновский

«Лидерский подход к разрешению конфликтов»

Елена Марчевская

Часто слово «конфликт» вызывает у большинства из нас неприятные ассоциации. Поэтому большинство людей привыкли, скорее, избегать конфликтов, чем разрешать их. На самом деле, в конфликте содержится очень много энергии, которую можно использовать для развития. Лидер умеет работать с этой энергией. Он реально оценивает созидательную сторону конфликта. И передает это понимание другим. На моем вебинаре мы рассмотрим конфликт как нарушение контакта. А также, что можно сделать за 3 минуты в конфликтной ситуации. И как сделать конфликт – поворотным моментом, точкой, в которой происходят серьезные изменения в отношениях с собой и с другими

Бренд школы: определение, составляющие, построение


Во время мастер-класса мы дадим определение бренда в современном мире, обсудим важность грамотного брендинга в условиях конкурентной рыночной ситуации. Во время мастер-класса мы рассмотрим примеры ярких брендов образовательных учреждений. Мы поговорим о структуре бренда, драйверах бренда, основных составляющих, способах его формирования, ошибках, которые ведут к ухудшению репутации школы, и о шагах по построению и повышению конкурентного преимущества школы.


Есть ли клиенты для языковой школы Вконтакте? Почему у одних школ работает SMM, а у вас нет?


to Autonomy

Helping learners to gain
a ‘big picture’ or a holistic
approach to grammar teaching


Planning your PD
(Professional Development)







Classroom Practices

Global Issues in ELT

Business Development

Online English school Skyeng http://skyeng.ru

Полезные статьи для учителей английского http://skyteach.ru

If you have any questions

Vita Barushnikova

Conference curator

HR-director of Skyeng

Телефон: +7 (499) 647 40 16


Games in the Context
of Surprise Pedagogy

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Phil Keegan

Andrew Walkley

Natalia Wright

Lizzie Pinard

The presentation will be devoted to the latest technological tools which you and your students could use in language learning and teaching. We will compare the best mobile apps for learning words, some online cinemas where you can watch films and series with subtitles and resources which can help you to be up to date with technologies in the classroom.

Patrice Palmer

“Augmented Reality
in the EFL classroom”

“Scaffolding Lessons Using the GSE”

“Making writing real”

“Category: exam preparation”

“How to become
a teacherpreneur”

“Games in the Context
of Surprise Pedagogy”

“Helping learners to gain
a ‘big picture’ or a holistic
approach to grammar

”Amplifying materials
and lessons: The whats,
the whens, the hows,
and the whys”

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Watching Online-
streams 1 and 2 (Methodology)

Watching Online-
stream 3 (Business)

Video recordings - streams 1 and 2

if you are ready to watch all the presentations online

if you want to dive into the TEFL world - participate online and watch the videos later

If you run a school, have your own project or about to start one and want to learn more about business aspects

Video recordings stream 3

Certificate of Attendance

In language education teachers are often encouraged to consider scaffolding in lesson plans. Lessons that contain clear scaffolding achieve superior results which can lead to long-term retention and improved quality of language acquisition. The introduction of the Global Scale of English has created an entirely new way to focus on the development of scaffolding in a lesson by offering granular insight into that various parts of a language lesson. The use of the Global Scale of English and the Teacher Toolkit allow teachers to plan high performance lessons designed to target learner growth and progress. In this session, we will examine the principles and practices around creating unique, engaging, lessons with data driven scaffolding using the Global Scale of English.

With the increase of competition on the global market it has become crucial for freelancers to be innovative, creative and entrepreneurial to stay competitive and to create unique experiences for students’ learning and engagement . Teacherpreneurs try something new, and use their skills in a different way. They can write books or blogs, design new tools and educational games and projects, conduct research and influence the policy making, etc In this talk I will share my experience in becoming a teacherpreneur, i.e. transforming from just an English teacher into a freelancer first and then into a teacherpreneur. We will discuss what skills and competences you need to become a teacherpreneur and what are some possible ways and techniques to find your own path in teacherpreneurship.

Зарабатывать в языковом центре можно не только на обычных уроках! Я дам 15 практичных идей, какие еще можно добавить занятия для увеличения выручки и количества клиентов.

In this presentation we will be looking at the idea of mind mapping, different ways of creating mind maps and how to use them effectively in an ESL classroom in order to encourage the learners to use more sophisticated vocabulary and grammar structures and express their ideas logically in speaking and in writing.

When will I get the link to the conference?

How can 3 streams be simultaneous?

What’s the language of the conference?

What is the difference between ticket rates?

Will I get a certificate?

What is Business Track?

The conference participants will get the links to the conference on the eve, i.e. March 17, 2017 and the entrance to the webinar room will be available 5 minutes prior to the beginning of the conference (i.e. 9.55 am on March 18, 2017)

The conference will be held on www.clickmeeting.com, which allows to have several webinar rooms simultaneously. You will get 3 links to our 3 streams and can change webinar rooms depending on what speaker and topic you want to listen to now.

“Games in one-to-one


занятия в языковом центре
для увеличения дохода»

“Using mind maps in
developing students'
oral fluency and writing

“Personal knowledge
management tools
for teacher development”

We also encourage delegates to be part of the online discussion during and after the conference on social media using the hashtag

Closing ceremony with presents from our partners

Coffee break

Lunch break



In 2000 I argued that we language teachers could learn a lesson from the Dogme 95 group of film makers, who pledged to rid film-making of an obsessive concern for technique and to rehabilitate a cinema which foregrounds the story, and the inner life of the characters. In a similar spirit, I put the case for what I called "a pedagogy of bare essentials": one in which dependence on imported materials is reduced, and in which the learners’ texts and meanings are foregrounded. In this talk I will trace the history of this initiative as well as looking at how it might be applied in an increasingly ‘technologized’ world.


Yes, every participant is awarded a Certificate of Attendance which you can print out in your place.

Business Track is the track about business issues like marketing&sales, business development and working with the staff. It is oriented to language school owners, individual entrepreneurs and people who are interested in the business development for themselves or their future projects.
The language of the track is Russian.

All the presentations on methodology will be in English, recommended language for networking is English. The business track will be in Russian

A ticket rate defines your access to different streams, video and presentation access. You can participate for free online, but if you want to get all the videos from methodology or methodology&business, you’ll have to buy a ticket (Standard or Business rate respectively)

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Email us or call us +7 (499) 647 40 16

Marina Kladova

Я поделюсь нашим опытом Skyeng. Как шаг за шагом строить образовательный бизнес, от идеи до уверенного роста.

Секреты создания онлайн-бизнеса на примере SkyEng


Выступление основано на анализе опыта разработки и введения автоматизированной системы (АС) управления операционной деятельностью в Школе Дмитрия Никитина. Во время мастер-класса будут затронуты следующие аспекты работы АС:
- этапы разработки, внедрения и функционирования АС в языковой школе;
- создание базы клиентов и удержание клиентов;
- работа с ушедшими клиентами;
- обеспечение прозрачности работы компании для руководителя;
- повышение скорости обмена информацией между сотрудниками и подразделениями компании;
- оперативное взаимодействие преподавателей, администраторов и учеников;


Тысячи людей ежедневно ищут уроки английского на YouTube. Среди них есть ваши клиенты! Поговорим о том, как создать и продвигать свой канал, как бесплатно привлекать учеников из YouTube, как выводить видео в ТОП. А также поговорим о том, что нужно, чтобы начать снимать видео: оборудование, звук, свет. Продвигать себя или свою школу с помощью YouTube несложно - нужно просто знать как.

Свой канал на YouTube для школ и преподавателей английского


В рамках встречи мы посмотрим на лидерство с двух точек зрения: 1 - как на функцию и 2- навык, который можно и нужно развивать, как директорам, так и сотрудникам. По итогам выступления у участников сложится полная картина:
- о том, кто является объектом воздействия в лидерском стиле управления
- об отличиях в функциях лидера и менеджера
- о тех качествах, которыми нужно обладать, чтобы стать лидером
- о том, как и где можно учиться лидерству

Лидерство как стиль

Coffee break

“How to gamify your English class”

“Patching up listening with TubeQuizard”




Teaching Games – Practice
and Production

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Дополнительные занятия
в языковом центре для увеличения дохода

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Amplifying materials and
lessons: The whats, the whens,
the hows, and the whys

Mathew Vesty

Paul Driver

Mike Astbury

Marina Kladova

Polina Kordik

Scott Thornbury

James Egerton

Elena Peresada

Olya Sergeeva

Sara Davila


Questions and Teaching

Patching up listening
with TubeQuizard



Using mind maps in developing students oral fluency and writing skills

Scaffolding Lessons
Using the GSE

Sara Davila


Games in one-to-one

Matthew Vesty

Анна Рыльская


Augmented Reality
in the ELF classroom

Online cinema promo codes

Adword promo codes (vocabulary app from Skyeng)

Speakers’ presentations


Business rate

Standard rate

Economy rate



A Brain Rule is something that scientists know for sure about the human brain. According to developmental molecular biologist John Medina, who published his book ‘Brain Rules’ in 2014, there are only twelve of these brain rules. This talk will summarize the rules and examine how they are relevant to language teachers and teacher trainers.

Sugatra Mitra has suggested good questions unlock learning. In ELT what are those questions? Who asks them? When? What answers are needed? Where from? What questions are in coursebooks including Outcomes and what might they reveal about principles behind them? What questions might teachers ask themselves to develop? I will answer these questions from my own perspective as a lexical teacher and John Hattie's ideas of feedback and visible learning.

Engaging games, which keep players playing for hours, do not maintain players' interest by simply offering the ability to earn points and beat levels. What makes the game addictive is a good story, chances for players, challenges, and choices. In my talk I'll give a few practical examples how you can apply these game principles to your coursebook. I'll show how game techniques can make drills and gap-filling exercises exciting. We'll learn how we can use the power of fail at our English lessons and what mechanics we can use to encourage our students to make their own meaningful choices during the lesson. Also, I'll point to some common mistakes which teachers make when they start to gamify their English classes.

The presentation will show how the concept of Personal Knowledge Management enables teachers to apply a set of core work skills for information processing, knowledge application and decision-making. I will propose a set of individually constructed processes to help teachers encounter problems easily, learn from new experiences and stay connected in the network era. Participants will relate the following activities to their own professional development: Seeking is how people discover new information and keep it up to date. Sensing is how professionals personalise and use information. Sharing is how resources, ideas and experiences are exchanged with work teams. The talk reveals the strategies to improve teacher professional development, visualise professional networks, encourage team learning and knowledge sharing.

This is going to be a very practice-oriented workshop. First, we'll discuss what kind of games we need in a 1-to-1 teaching context. Then, we'll look at some mechanics that can be used to create such games. And finally, I'll share with you my collection of games based on these mechanics. My ultimate goal, however, is to inspire you to create your own games that will suit your and your students' needs.

This session will focus on using games and fun activities to make language practice and production more motivating and enjoyable for students. Using modern and traditional game mechanics we can adapt coursebook material and inject more life into various stages of a lesson. You will be shown a few examples of classroom games and encourages to experiment yourself (without requiring hours of additional lesson planning).

Surprise Pedagogy is a new concept that we introduce to describe a number of principles that should provide foundation for the new type of education. We put forward an idea that true learning starts with surprise as the basic emotion to trigger motivation for acquiring new knowledge and skills. The sources of surprise at the lesson are facts, methods and feeling capable of doing things that students have never done before. The article describes methods and tools that can be applied at the lesson of the English language in the context of Surprise Pedagogy including patented 3D Grammar Cube "ГрамИК", grammar cup, vocabulary gambling method and many more educational games.

How can we efficiently help our learners to understand fast authentic speech? Is it possible to help lower level learners with authentic speech, or should this work be left to higher levels? In order to answer these questions, it’s important to understand exactly why authentic speech presents difficulty to learners. The participants of this workshop will -gain insight into what makes listening challenging by analyzing a sample of authentic speech; -find out how to use free online services to address these challenges easily, in a systematic way and at a wide range of levels (we’ll be primarily looking at tubequizard.com, which is a new free service co-developed by the presenter and Kirill Sukhomlin, and the functionality of YouTube which a lot of teachers aren’t aware of).

After looking briefly at general student attitudes to writing in the classroom and some reasons for this, I will focus the majority of the webinar on practical ways we can make writing real for our learners. Firstly, suggestions using technology, such as how to use a blog to present collaborative writing and teach learners how to tweet in English. Secondly, how we can find an authentic reader and exploit real reasons for writing, from connecting learners to penfriends around the world to perfecting university or job application letters.

Abstract: ‘What result can I expect in the upcoming exam?’ ‘Why my Use of English score has not improved?’ To answer these questions as correctly and realistically as possible is a challenge in itself for every teacher. While teaching for exams, it is crucial to show student’s progress, to motivate them to achieve their ambition and to stay realistic at the same time. Pre-testing, mock exams and working with past papers in a systematic way while applying some basic concepts in statistics can help students to build their confidence and create expectations they are able to fulfil.









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Работа компании в едином ритме: Автоматизация деятельности языковой школы



Opening Ceremony


Анна Киреева







Мы рассмотрим кейс о том, как мы продвигали школу обучения иностранному языку в течение 6 месяцев в Вконтакте. Вы узнаете, что работает и не работает для данного бизнеса.


Skyteach Conference

One of the main online events in English Language Teaching

18 March 2017

«Работа компании в едином ритме: Автоматизация деятельности языковой школы»

"Есть ли клиенты для языковой школы Вконтакте? Почему у одних школ работает SMM, а у вас нет?"


Marina Kladova

Business Rate

Economy Rate

Standard Rate


В рамках презентации мы обсудим карту трендов и как с ней работать, практические рекомендации для сегмента вашего бизнеса

“Teaching unplugged”

Стратегическое планирование: как угадывать тренды и внедрять новые продукты

“Teaching Games –
Practice and Production”

Малобюджетное продвижение языковой школы

Я расскажу о том, какое продвижение на самом деле малобюджетно. Покажу каналы, которые чаще всего эффективно работают для продвижения языковых школ и центров - по опыту моих клиентов. Дам алгоритм, который позволяет самостоятельно находить для себя нетривиальные каналы продвижения.