Interactive online session for Early Career teachers
Timings: 3 – 4.30pm & 3.30 – 5pm
Dates: Wednesday 22 June 2022 & Monday 4 July 2022
Session Lead: Jenny Hopper
Audience: Early Career MFL teachers
This session will give attendees an overview of subject-specific interpretation of the Early Career Framework (ECF) for Modern Foreign Language (MFL) education. This subject-specific alignment is based on the work of The National Centre for Excellence for Language Pedagogy (NCELP). NCELP helps teachers deliver the recommendations of The MFL Pedagogy Review (2016) by drawing on international peer-reviewed research. This interactive session will highlight how NCELP’s work on curriculum design, resources, pedagogy, and assessment supports the development of Early Career Teachers by illustrating how principled and effective MFL education corresponds with the ECF’s expectations.
Jenny Hopper is Head of MFL at Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. Jenny teaches German, French and Spanish. She was MFL Hub lead and NCELP specialist teacher at her school and is now a course leader and CPD associate with NCELP. She is also a Teacher Training coordinator and MFL subject tutor for her local Teaching School Hub SCITT. Jenny’s significant contributions to teaching were recognised in 2021 by the Goethe-Institut who honoured her with a lifetime achievement award as part of the German Teacher Awards.
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