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ALEXEY MALOV
Город уточняется
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Ear Openers: How can you help your learners understand native speakers when they talk at full speed?
MICHAEL GRINBERG
Novosibirsk
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5 questions to ask yourself before launching your first online-course.
IRINA AGEYKINA
Kazan
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Making the ends meet: language teaching from administrator's and educator's perspectives.
ZHENYA BAKIN
Novosibirsk
Collaborative and tutor-led CPD: Once a teacher, always a student
LYUBOV OKULOVA
Lyubov has been in ELT since 2008 and a teacher trainer for 7 years in Moscow and Yekaterinburg. FSA FLEX and MSLU alumna. She enjoys constant professional development and providing CPD opportunities for fellow teachers. In her teaching she blends CLT and psychotherapy.
Алексей Малов
ALEXEY MALOV
Кандидат филологических наук, практикующий переводчик-синхронист и преподаватель.

26 октября в Новосибирске на главной площадке Фестиваля Skyteach выступит Алексей Малов.

В 2006-2007 гг. обучался в Западной Вирджинии по программе обмена FlEX, а в 2013 г. окончил ПНИПУ (кафедра перевода, лингвистики и межкультурной коммуникации).

Алексей переводил выступления Лоуренса Краусса, Ричарда Докинза и Лизы Рэндалл на фестивале Geek Picnic, а также лекции нобелевского лауреата Джеймса Уотсона в Москве и Санкт-Петербурге.

Последние четыре года Алексей переводит научно-популярные видео в студии Vert Dider. В планах – запуск языковых курсов, основанных на использовании видео в обучении английскому.

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Learning English with songs: fun, art and digital tools.
VADIM BAKIROV
English and Spanish teacher at Chelyabinsk State University. Fluent English and Spanish, mastering Portuguese, Dutch, Italian, Swedish, German and Turkish. Founder of a popular weblog "Blog Yazikopleta" about foreign languages and teaching them. Organizer of the annual language festival IT'S TIME in Chelyabinsk.
Rediscovering the Potential of our Education and Occupation (Pedagogy of Surprise Case)
PETR STEPICHEV
Executive Director of NATE, Vice-President of MELTA, teacher trainer and author of methodology works. Peter is the author of 20 teaching aids. In 2012, at the competition "Teacher of the year" in Moscow he won a scholarship for studying in Great Britain and Germany with his patented works - a series of board games and "Grammar Cube" (GRAMICK). Today Peter focuses on working out of innovative teaching methods, he holds conferences and seminars for the teachers wishing to explore new approaches in ELT.
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Collaborative and tutor-led CPD: Once a teacher, always a student
LYUBOV OKULOVA
Novosibirsk
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Mesmerized by fingerplays.
ARTYOM MOROZOV
Online
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Fostering learner autonomy in an English language classroom.

NATASHA BELOUSOVA
Rostov-on-Don
Personal branding. Instruments of influence in promoting services of teaching foreign languages.
OLGA MIKHEEVA
Since 1994 Olga has been actively involved into the language training of individuals (school graduates and adults). She was teaching English for the Russian-speaking staff members at the BNP-Dresnder Bank, from Beginners to Advanced levels. After relocating to Moscow in 1998 Olga was developing her professional skills in marketing, advertising and public relations in business and non-profit organizations. In 2003 Olga was awarded a prestigious international Chevening Fellowship for MRes degree in marketing at the University of London, being selected among 50 finalists out of 1000 applicants. Since summer 2018 Olga has been teaching English for different groups of students. Olga's students enter the foreign language departments at the Moscow State University as well as Herzen State Teachers
Exploring the ways and strategies to gamify your lessons to maximize efficiency.
EMMANUEL SANGMORTEY
Emmanuel T. Sangmortey is currently a 5th year medical student in the National Medical University O.O. Bogomolets in Kyiv. His teaching career began 4 years ago with teaching in English summer camps at the Carpathians and later he was involved in the online teaching in BIBO. At the moment Emmanuel teaches in Skyeng school and is interested in development of new methods of teaching, including gamification.
Using digital tools for exam preparation.
EVGENY USACHEV
Evgeny Usachev, TESOL qualified, is a Vice President and an ELT teacher at the Moscow International Academy. He also heads a Post-graduate Studies Teacher training department at the Academy. Evgeny specializes in providing trainings and seminars on how to teach adults and use digital products in ELT.
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The Student-Driven principles of organizing an English camp for young learners.
ALZHANA TEPLYAKOVA
Online
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Keeping your class fresh.
ANDREW WALKLEY
Online
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Teach English: personal and career development
LIDIA EGOROVA
Online
Gamification in ESL .
JOHN GROSSMAN
John grew up in the United States and has worked as a self-employed translator in Germany for over 28 years. He has translated over 20 full-length medical books from German to English. He has a CELTA certificate; a Master of Arts degree from the Free University of Berlin in German literature, medieval German, and philosophy from the Free University of Berlin; and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA. Currently John works as an English and German language teacher at Language Link School in Rostov.
Mesmerized by fingerplays
ARTEM MOROZOV
Senior Regional Manager and Head of Teaching Department at "Oxford" centre in St. Petersburg. Organizes and runs weekly training sessions for foreign and local teachers in his company. Supervises more than 60 teachers and university students and provides formal evaluations. In 2016 Artem received the "Director of the Year" Award. Stanford University Program Alumnus
5 questions to ask yourself before launching your first online-course.
IRINA AGEYKINA
Irina Ageykina has been running a project «How to pass RNE and survive» for 2 years. 8500+ members of online-community in VK. 6 online courses launched, from 50 to 100+ participants. 30+ webinars. 7 guest speakers for courses and webinars.
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Face validity in 2018 – students' beliefs that influence our credibility.
NATALIA LADYGINA
Online
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The 4 c's of teaching and great teachers eat apples.
FRANCIS DOBBIN
Online
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Taking Your Young Learners Far Beyond ABC
OKSANA YAVERBAUM
Novosibirsk
Keeping your class fresh.
ANDREW WALKLEY
Andrew Walkley has 25-year experience as a teacher, trainer and materials writer. He is currently the co-director of Lexical Lab (lexicallab.com) - an educational services provider specialising in course design and consultancy, material writing and teacher training. With Lexical Lab, Andrew runs a variety of training courses for people in the English Language education as part of a Summer school. He is the co-author of several coursebook series - Outcomes, Innovations and Perspectives (National Geographic Learning) and the methodology book Teaching Lexically (Delta Publishing).
Fostering Learner Autonomy in an English Language Classroom.
NATASHA BELOUSOVA
Natasha Belousova is a CELTA and Delta certified teacher and a teacher trainer. She is a Local Delta Tutor for NILE and a Cambridge ICELT trainer. Natasha is also DOS at CLASS Study and Training Centre (Rostov-on-Don), a senior expert of the Regional RNE (Russian National Exam) Expert Board, an IATEFL and NATE member and a regular speaker at international ELT conferences, including IATEFL and TESOL France. She co-organized the ELephanT National Competition for Teachers of English 2016 and the ELephanT School for Teachers of English 2017 and 2018 in Moscow. Natasha is an avid cyclist and enjoys yoga and aerial silks.
Helping your children to start a successful and enjoyable language journey.
ANASTASIA PIMENOVA
Cambridge English Centre Exam Manager at the authorized Magellan Exams Centre RU-158. Anastasia has been an ardent learner of English since her early days and enjoyed her learning life with Cambridge Exams at core. She was trained as a teacher of English at Moscow Pedagogical University and worked as a teacher in private language education institutions (TKT, C1 Advanced). For the last six years Anastasia has been working for MagellanBOOKS and setting up the Magellan Exams Centre. She has presented Cambridge Assessment English exam system at numerous Siberian and international events and is constantly supporting educators and institutions who would like to raise the efficiency of their teaching with the Cambridge English projects.
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Rediscovering the potential of our education and occupation (Pedagogy of Surprise Case)
PETR STEPICHEV
Novosibirsk
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Planning lessons for digital natives
TATIANA ODINTSOVA
Rostov-on-Don
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Learning English with songs: fun, art and digital tools.
VADIM BAKIROV
Novosibirsk
Innovative technologies as a means of increasing motivation in foreign language lessons
OLGA KOCHENKOVA

Olga Kochenkova is an English teacher (TKT, CPE) with 25 years of experience. Olga is a teacher trainer, and ELT-materials consultant. Grown up and educated in Crimea, for 20 years now she has worked with MagellanBOOKS in Novosibirsk. Olga co-worked at state schools and universities on projects to introduce and probe authentic EFL materials in comprehensive education and gained several significant professional awards. Olga's key methodological interests focus on assisting learning environment to meet the demands of the day, implement the use of digital tools and active teaching methods at every stage of educational process including assessment. Olga is positive that students' and teachers' satisfaction stem the success in learning efficiency.
You listen. But do you hear? How can digital technology help to build listening stamina and fix poor listening skills?
TATIANA SOKOLOVA
Senior Teacher Trainer ELT, CELTA, TKT, BEC Higher Certificates holder, State Examinations Expert. Tatiana has been teaching English at both state and private schools, international business companies, and language schools for more than 25 years. She is an enthusiastic participant of ESL Teachers' forums, conferences, communities and research and innovation teams with special interest in developing critical and creative thinking skills, implementing digital technology and blended learning in language teaching.
Taking Your Young Learners Far Beyond ABC
OKSANA YAVERBAUM
Qualified trainer with many years of experience in the Letterland System. Oksana has completed her MA degree course in the theory of literature in the University of South Africa in 1996. After having taught primary school children in a South African English school for several years, she founded a language center in Russia in her hometown for teaching English to pre-school children. Now working closely with Lyn Wendon, the originator of Letterland, Oksana shares her knowledge with educators and parents in Russia on teaching English to young learners. She is responsible for distributing the Letterland products in Russia including after sales support and advice.
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Sensory games for young learners: making your English lessons unforgettable.
DARIA TIMOSHCHUK
Rostov-on-Don
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Digital life ready set skills.
PAVEL BUNTMAN
Online
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Digital storytelling as language learning tool.
SAIMA ABEDI
Online
Storytelling: Teaching Young Children to Listen and Understand Stories
NATALIA MALKINA
Dr. Natalia Malkina holds MA in Linguistics from St Petersburg State University, Russia and Candidate of Science (PhD) in Foreign Language Education from Hertzen State Pedagogical University in St Petersburg. She has extensively worked in the field of ELT as an EFL researcher, consultant, teacher-trainer and EFL author, especially in the early years English. Over the years she has presented at numerous international and local conferences, led many teacher training sessions, workshops, seminars and lectures. She is also a practicing English teacher. Her professional interests include theory and practice of pre-school and primary EFL/FL teaching, didactic bilingualism/multilingualism, teacher professional development, online learning and teaching and language education. She is the author of the innovative UMK Fun with Storytelling for teaching English to pre-school and primary school children.
Ear Openers: How can you help your learners understand native speakers when they talk at full speed?
MICHAEL GRINBERG
Cambridge CELTA and DELTA-qualified English teacher and teacher trainer. Russian by birth, he is currently based in Germany working as a part-time Business English Teacher for the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences. Mikhail also works with business professionals and teams who would like to improve their communication skills and coaches language teachers. Within the realm of ESL, Mikhail's professional interests include teaching listening skills, creating online learning experiences, teachers' development and training needs analysis in business contexts. At this point in time, Mikhail is transitioning into the role of a corporate learning & development specialist.
Making the Ends Meet: Language Teaching from Administrator's and Educator's Perspectives
ZHENYA BAKIN
Zhenya is a language teacher and teacher trainer from Moscow. As a Fulbright scholar, he lived in the USA, where he taught Russian at the college level. Zhenya also studied in the University of Oslo, Norway. Zhenya holds Cambridge CELTA and DELTA with specialization in EAP. He has got teaching practice both in the private sector (IH-BKC) and in public schools. One of his interests is teaching using modern technologies. Zhenya spent 6 years at the Higher School of Economics, where he was responsible for the Academic Writing Center. He is currently working as Head of Foreign Languages Department in New School, Moscow and studying at NILE towards an MA in education.
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Step-by-step guide to organizing ELT events. Based on the first-hand experience.
ANASTASIYA GVOZD
Online
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Gamification in ESL .
JOHN GROSSMAN
Rostov-on-Don
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Storytelling: teaching young children to listen and understand stories.
NATALIA MALKINA
Kazan
How to gamify children into speaking English in the camp?
ALISA BUGOROVA
Graduated from MGIMO University. Speaks Chinese, Spanish, English. Teaching English to kids and adults, creating educational programmes since 2012. TKT Modules 1, 2, 3 - all band 4. 17 shifts as teamleader, manager and head of children camps. Lived in the USA for a year during high school education.
Moving Forward. Continuing Professional Development for EFL Teachers
ANASTASIA SHAPOVALOVA
Her formal education is based on Samara state pedagogical university. Anastasia holds such certificates as TKT Modules 1, 2 and 3, CAE, Cambridge CELTA, listener at the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis (September-December 2014). Anastasia is currently doing an online course on Teaching YL by Ekaterina Stashevskaya. Anastasia had been working as a tutor for two years and then at the age of 25 she opened her own language school Firefly English. This gave her an opportunity to continue development, face new challenges and teach students in groups using communicative approach. This year Anastasia prepares students for the Russian State Exam, teaches adults and manages the school. In her free time Anastasia prepares for IELTS and TOEFL and studies Spanish.
From abstract to concrete: how to make CPD tangible.
VIKTORIA TARANOVA
EFL teacher with 15 years of experience (TKT Modules 1-3, CAE, CELTA, CELTA YL Extension, DELTA Modules 1 and 2). A linguist and translator by education, Victoria decided to dedicate her professional life to teaching English as a foreign language. Since 2012 Victoria has been working for Language Link acting as an Assistant Director of Studies, YL teacher course tutor and Exams Centre Manager.
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You listen. But do you hear? How can digital technology help to build listening stamina and fix poor listening skills?
TATIANA SOKOLOVA
Novosibirsk
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Using digital tools for exam preparation.
EVGENY USACHEV
Online
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Helping your children to start a successful and enjoyable language journey.

ANASTASIYA PIMENOVA
Novosibirsk
Digital storytelling as language learning tool.
SAIMA ABEDI
Saima Abedi has been in ELT for 15 years. Besides multiple master's degrees, certification from Oregon University and Cambridge University, she has a professional degree in education. Presently, she's engaged in developing ELT materials, training teachers, action-research and participating in conferences nationally and internationally. TESOL Holder, IATEFL participant.
Sensory games for young learners: making your English lessons unforgettable.
DARIA TIMOSHCHUK
Daria Timoshchuk is a teacher, founder and leading methodologist of SmartFox chain of early development centres. Daria also co-authors Lingoland multilingualism magazine, as well as a bilingualism and early development blog. She runs various courses for owners, teachers and administrators of early development centres, gives conference talks on preschool and alternative education, foreign languages and educational business. Daria is a proud mother of two multilingual children.
Step-by-step guide to organizing ELT events. Based on the first-hand experience
ANASTASIYA GVOZD
Anastasiya Gvozd, an English language specialist focusing on General and Business English, an organizer of ELT events and the founder of "Events For Teachers" in Minsk.
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To sound like a native: pros and cons.
DARIA KARASEVA
Online
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Exploring the ways and strategies to gamify your lessons to maximize efficiency.
EMMANUEL SANGMORTEY
Kharkiv
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Teacher's reflective culture
ELENA KUZNETSOVA
Online
Digital storytelling as language learning tool
PAVEL BUNTMAN
Pavel is a business development manager at 'Codewards', a digital platform for teaching young learners the XXI century skills through programming basics. After graduating from Moscow State University, Pavel gained more than 10 years of experience as a translator from English and French. Currently, he manages the global entry strategies of 'Codewards'.
The 4 c's of teaching and Great teachers eat apples.
FRANCIS DOBBIN
Fran enjoys performing on stage and teaching gives him good opportunity to get his audience. He supposes teaching is first of all a matter of human relations, a chance to get to know more about each other and to be aware of the ways to help.
Teach English: personal and career development.
LIDIA EGOROVA
Graduated from the Far East State University in 2002 with a degree in world economy. Studied in Beijing, China and Cambridge, the UK. Accreditation from Amadeus, ICEF, QE and number of international organizations. Experience in the field of education abroad and online courses for more than 15 years. Interests in literature, travel, study of different cultures, theatre, cinema.
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Tips for teachers or how to be financially aware.
Online
OKSANA MAKEYKINA
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Getting your learners engaged with one-minute videos from popular movies
VLADISLAV KAMYNIN
Kharkiv
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Teacher's personality – the key to student's success
ELENA PLOTNIKOVA
Kharkiv
Teacher's reflective culture
ELENA KUZNETSOVA
Designer of the educational environment, the Director of the Institute for Dialogue of Cultures "Interlingua", the trainer and the knowledge management consultant.
Planning lessons for digital natives
TATIANA ODINTSOVA
Tatiana Odintsova (CELTA, CELTA YL, and DELTA Module 1) is a senior teacher and teacher trainer at Context Language Centre (Rostov-on-Don). She has been teaching English to students of all ages and levels at both private and state educational institutions for 10 years. Her main area of interests is exam preparation.
Tips for teachers or how to be financially aware.
OKSANA MAKEYKINA
Born in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Оksana has got a remarkable experience of working in various institutions of secondary and higher education as a teacher and school administration specialist. She is in the team of Skyeng from the very start of its activities. These 5 years have been really fruitful resulting in the selection of unique materials and working out the methods of cooperation with the staff working remotely, as well as the teachers' recruitment, training and retention algorithms.
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How to gamify children into speaking English in the camp?
ALISA BUGOROVA
Kazan
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Moving forward. Continuing professional development for EFL teachers.
ANASTASIA SHAPOVALOVA
Kazan
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The importance of English learning in toddler age
ANNA MOSKALENKO
Kharkiv
Face validity in 2018 – students' beliefs that influence our credibility.
NATALIA LADYGINA
Natalia Ladygina is an English teacher (CELTA, CELTYL, DELTA, CPE) with 13 years of experience, a teacher trainer and a CELTA tutor. She has worked in various teaching settings and cultural contexts, and enjoys reflecting on her classroom experiences. Natalia is currently researching into how to make classroom practices more meaningful and true-to-life for our students and will willingly share her ideas with anyone not indifferent to their learners' agenda. Among her other interests and passions are reading, dancing, learning and travelling.
The Student-Driven principles of organizing an English camp for young learners.
ALZHANA TEPLYAKOVA
Aljana Tepliakova is an experienced teacher, trainer, and materials writer, currently based in Thailand. She is the co-founder of Dreamaxcamp company (dreamaxcamp.com). It's the first international holiday camp in Phuket for kids (6-17 yrs.) offering an opportunity to learn English through Drama, Music, and Sports with famous actors and professionals from the USA. For the last two years, Aljana has been running a variety of teacher training courses and other projects in SkyEng corporate department. Possessing the required enthusiasm, vision, and drive Aljana has an expertise in launching and managing private bilingual and trilingual learning centers in Moscow, and is ready to share her experience.
To sound like a native: pros and cons.
DARIA KARASEVA
Daria Karaseva – a teacher, expert on classical British pronunciation training, founder of online pronunciation school "Queen speaks", Instagram blogger @english.da with more than 43,000 followers. She graduated with distinction from Moscow City Pedagogical University with a degree in teaching history and Lomonosov Moscow State University with a degree in linguistics and teaching English. Daria is an author of A1-B2 courses in English Phonetics and a teacher professional retraining programme. More than 200 students from 23 countries all over the world have successfully taken pronunciation trainings in "Queen speaks" school.
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Innovative technologies as a means of increasing motivation in foreign language lessons.
OLGA KOCHENKOVA
Novosibirsk
Topic:
Personal branding. Instruments of influence in promoting services of teaching foreign languages.
OLGA MIKHEEVA
Kazan
Topic:
From abstract to concrete: how to make CPD tangible.
VIKTORIA TARANOVA
Rostov-on-Don
Teacher's personality – the key to student's success
ELENA PLOTNIKOVA
Elena Plotnikova, the Skyeng Teacher of the Year, Teaching Fellow of Kiev National Economic University, Interpreter, Coordinator of Linguistic Studying Tours in the UK. Before her Skyeng career started, she had never thought of changing the accents in my conventional teaching practice. Lessons, lectures, trips, thankful students, friendly colleagues. Teaching students from any location has become her passion, teaching them successfully gives her a feeling of never ending happiness.
Getting your learners engaged with one-minute videos from popular movies.
VLADISLAV KAMYNIN
Vladislav started teaching ESL back in 2015 after he had taken CPE and backed up his C2 English level. Since then he has developed his own tools for teaching English. He is going to show how he uses short one-minute videos from popular movies to teach grammar, vocabulary (idioms, phrasal verbs, linking phrases) and helps students in getting rid of their fossilized mistakes.
The importance of English learning in toddler age
ANNA MOSKALENKO
Anna Moskalenko is a graduate of Nizhyn State University. N.V. Gogol, Faculty of Foreign Languages. Anna took part in the scholarship program of the Polish Government for young scientific researchers (scientific experience at the University of Mary Chury-Skladowska in Lublin, faculty of pedagogy and psychology). Now Anna is actively practicing teaching English, special courses in business English, local history, English and American literature, technical translation, and she also acts as the Head teacher for educational work and organizes extracurricular activities. Anna is the Head of a theater group, she participates in a charity program for children with disabilities "Zeeland" (preparing a flash mob and the final performance of students). Anna actively participates in seminars, international projects and conferences, accompanies children on excursions and trips abroad.
offline & online
СТОИМОСТЬ ПАКЕТОВ С ЗАПИСЯМИ ДОКЛАДОВ
27.10 онлайн-конференция :
LEWIS – 0 р.
  • сертификат участника;

  • записи видео докладов: Evgeny Usachev, Natalia Malkina, Natalia Ladygina, Tatiana Odintsova, Vadim Bakirov.
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26 ОКТЯБРЯ
27 ОКТЯБРЯ
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RUDYARD – 3 000 р.
Билет дает возможность участвовать offline в первый день и слушать доклады online оба дня.
  • сертификат участника (8 ак. часов);

  • пробный урок на платформе vimbox;

  • нетворкинг с носителями языка и опытными методистами;

  • участие в автограф-сессии спикеров;
offline
26 ОКТЯБРЯ
27 ОКТЯБРЯ
online
  • участие в розыгрыше подарков от партнеров фестиваля;

  • сертификат участника фестиваля;

  • участие в авторских воркшопах;

  • записи 10 видео докладов на выбор;

  • обсуждение вопросов со спикерами в режиме реального времени.

JOANNE – 5 500 р.
WILLIAM – 10 000 р.
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  • сертификат участника;

  • удостоверение о повышении квалификации установленного образца (16 ак. часов);

  • записи видео докладов: Evgeny Usachev, Natalia Malkina, Natalia Ladygina, Tatiana Odintsova, Vadim Bakirov, Lyubov Okulova, Natasha Belousova, Alzhana Teplyakova, Lidia Egorova, Oksana Makeykina, Francis Dobbin, Oksana Yaverbaum, Daria Timoshchuk, Saima Abedi, Anastasiya Gvozd.
  • сертификат участника;

  • удостоверение о повышении квалификации установленного образца (32 ак. часа);

  • задания от методиста Skyteach;

  • записи видео докладов всех 35 спикеров.