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New webinar: Making learning fun with apps and games

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This webinar is aimed at all teachers who are preparing candidates, or going to prepare candidates for Cambridge English exams between CEFR Levels A1 and C1. The presenter will make participants aware of the Cambridge English digital games and apps, explore how these games can help learners to improve their English, and provide practical ideas of how to use them in class.

There will be two sessions for this webinar, offered at the dates and times provided below. To register, please choose your preferred date and time:

Monday 16 December 2013, 14.00 – 15.00 UK time

Monday 18 December 2013, 10.00 – 11.00 UK time


Jill Buggey

Jill is a Senior Presenter for Cambridge English Language Assessment and has presented at various events for Cambridge, including IATEFL. She is the Professional Support Leader for the Speaking Tests in the UK, which means she is responsible for all the UK Speaking examiners for the whole range of General English and Business Exams. She is also a Senior Speaking and Writing examiner. Her main interests are in Speaking and Writing assessment and she has participated in various research projects on assessing these skills. Apart from working as a consultant for Cambridge English, Jill is Director of Studies for a small English language training company in Cambridge. She has been an English teacher in the UK, Greece and France and has a degree in European Studies and a post-graduate certificate in education.

If you have missed any of our previous webinars, you can watch recordings and download the slides on our official You-tube channel Cambridge English TV.

Previous webinars include:


Written by Cambridge English Southern Europe

November 27, 2013 at 10:00 am

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