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Cambridge English Teacher launches
Cambridge English Teacher is an online environment that offers teachers the opportunity to become part of a community of peers across the world, undertaking flexible professional development courses and building an online presence that showcases their careers to date.
The site also allows members to interact with fellow teachers, the authors who produce the materials they use in the classroom, and other leading names in the world of global English language teaching. Click on the video to find out more:
Teachers can register as guests to find out what the site offers, and can immediately enroll on online self-study courses, which includes downloadable certificates of completion. Registering as a member opens up more benefits, including an extensive library of Cambridge professional development resources, a digital subscription to English Teaching Professional magazine, and full access to topical articles and webinars by authors and experts including webinars with Herbert Puchta and Mike McCarthy.
Find out more at: www.CambridgeEnglishTeacher.org
Tuesday, 27 March 2012
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