Our free online webinars for teachers are so interactive we can’t help but call them workshops!

Our free online workshops happen at the end of every month, and each month we will have a practitioner who will guide you through their classroom and show you practical and innovative ideas for teaching young and very young learners English.

If you are tired of lecture-based webinars join our free online workshops for teachers!

EnvironEd + ESL + VYL Do these acronyms go together, how and why?

About the trainer

Milica Vukadin is a preschool and ESL teacher for young and very young
learners. She has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Early Childhood
Education, with an additional minor in TEYL (Teaching English to Young
She has been teaching online since 2016 and has her own online CLIL
school of English for children, ELLoquent, where she uses E-STEAM online
daily. Milica is a teacher trainer in British Council and Erasmus+
programs for teachers, and her professional passions also include
writing semi-formal articles and designing interactive ESL materials for
children. She is the founder of Alice in Methodologyland nonprofit
dedicated to improving teaching practice in ESL.

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Workshop abstract

Here comes a research-based discussion workshop!

This research examines the concept of developing environmental awareness in preschool-aged children. This research aimed to discover if it is possible and to what extent to develop environmental awareness and language of very young learners by using Theme-based Instruction outdoors.

Moreover, the specific aim of this research was to determine if outdoor learning, science experiments, and exploring environmental problems impact the development of environmental awareness and the development of communicative language use. This workshop has the purpose of sharing the research results very quickly and concisely and then focusing on the activities used in this outdoor program to motivate present listeners to engage in activities in children outdoors and show them how these activities can be used to teach English to children in their own environments, even if they are not teachers.

The workshop will be practical and include group activity-making by following the research design framework and a discussion.

Saturday 10th December at 11am, Spanish time zone

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Organized by TESOL Spain

Previous workshops

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Testimonials from our previous teacher trainings


I really enjoyed being in this master class. I felt that it really challenge me. The masterclass helped me learn a lot in fact more than what I expected so I'm satisfied and grateful for having this opportunity.

Slađana Tatarski, preschool teacher, Serbia

Thank you so much for this course! I am a teacher and a teacher trainer, and although I had tried figuring out digital tools on my own, this course was exactly what I needed.

Associate professor, Colombia


5 Reasons to attend our free workshops


We do workshops, not webinars

We won’t host a lecture – we will share our passion and experience, while also taking the audience in account, so our workshops include from 15 do 20 minutes of discussion with participants.


Bite-sized theoretical concepts

If any teaching theory is included, it will be practically explained and demonstrated through relatable classroom activities.


Practical activities you can apply immediately

No-brainer activities that are straight to the point – activities that you can immediately apply in your classroom.


Real classroom practicioners

This means that all of our presenters will be real classroom practitioners – there will be no coordinators or admins that have never set foot in the classroom. 


Free certificates will be issued at the end of the workshop

A free certificate will be issued during the workshop. To get it you need to answer a reflection question, and it will be only shared live, not after the workshop.

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