Language learning post-Covid has changed. There’s no escaping it. The management of learning centres, the teaching, classroom resources… but most significantly – the learner. Learners have been forced to become more autonomous, and as a result, their expectations, their objectives, and their classroom preferences have undergone changes. There is no going back to a pre-Covid normality. Our responsibility as educators is to understand the ‘new’ normal. This session examines classroom assumptions that have become outdated and provide courses of action to respond to the new learners’ s needs.

Learn more about our speaker:

Milton Bradbury

Milton Bradbury is the Senior Teacher for adult courses at British Council Mexico. He has been in ELT for over 12 years working as a teacher, teacher trainer, and is now working as an academic manager of adult courses. His main interests in ELT include technology, assessment and teacher training.