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Cambridge University Press ELT and Cambridge Assessment English have reached over two million users already with free, online content to support teachers and learners to meet the huge challenges posed by the global pandemic.
The Press is offering free digital access to the popular Cambridge English Exam Boosters series to deliver essential support for those preparing for English language examinations. The team and expert guest writers are sharing daily content on the Press’s English Language Teaching blog ‘World of Better Learning’ to ease the transition to home learning. Popular recent posts include guidance on choosing the right platform and motivating learners, as well as advice for others from teachers experiencing school closures: cambridge.org/supportingeveryteacher
Cambridge Assessment English is also running their free and award-winning Teaching English Online course with their partner, FutureLearn, that is designed to help teachers transfer their existing teaching skills to the online environment. Over 57,000 people from over 180 countries have joined the course: futurelearn.com/courses/online-tutoring A version of the course has also been made available in China with over 8,000 registrations so far. Find out more about Teaching English Online: China and Beyond futurelearn.com/courses/online-tutoring-china
Cambridge Assessment English has also brought together their range of resources to help teachers quickly access the materials they need to continue supporting their students and adapt to new ways of teaching. These are available at all levels, starting with young learners and include exam preparation materials, webinars, support packs for teachers and lots of free teaching resources: cambridgeenglish.org/supporting-teachers/
Support is also available from colleagues already in touch with teachers around the world to provide assistance around individual needs when moving to or using online and blended products.
Paul Colbert, Managing Director for English Language Teaching at Cambridge University Press, said: ‘We are committed to supporting teachers and learners across the world during this challenging time. The extraordinary response from parents, teachers and learners is truly inspiring, and we are listening closely to what they need from us as this situation develops. We are proud to be part of a community pulling together to support teaching and learning.’
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