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We held two workshops in China recently to give Cambridge teachers from different schools the opportunity to share ideas, and develop their understanding of how to deliver Cambridge programmes.
The Cambridge Programmes Implementation Workshops on 19 and 25 October took place at the English School attached to GDUFS in Guangzhou, South China, and the Experimental School attached to Sichuan Normal University in Chengdu, West China (pictured).
Participants learnt more about the Cambridge approach to curriculum development and teacher professional development. Nathalie Reverchon, Head of Training Services at Cambridge International delivered a session in both workshops. At the Guangzhou workshop, we also invited Lesley Koustaff, the Series Editor of Guess What, to run a session on Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) which answered the what, how and why questions of incorporating CLIL in an English as a Second Language curriculum.
Both workshops included lesson observations to help delegates develop their understanding of how to teach Cambridge programmes in the classroom. Representatives from two Cambridge International Schools also shared how they had leveraged resources and support from Cambridge International to benefit their learners.