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During this difficult time of the Coronavirus outbreak, our first priority is the safety of all those people whose lives we affect. Not only our employees but also the teachers and learners who put their trust in Pearson.

Now, as teachers and students are unable to continue their studies in schools as part of a first line of protection it may seem that your education has come to a sudden stop. But this does not need to be the case. We, at Pearson believe that learning should never stop, so we are here to help and support you during this difficult time.

Here you will find webinar recordings & links, videos, blogs and information on Pearson digital resources available for you so that you do not need to lose a single day of learning.

So we say to you, ‘Don’t stop learning! Don’t stop teaching!’ Hand in hand, we can help you continue your learning journey.

1. Online Platforms

2. 60-day free access codes

3. Distance Teaching Video Trainings

4. Distance Teaching Webinars

5. Your Distance Teaching Toolkit

6. Contact us

7. Useful links


Online Platforms

ePanel

ePanel is a breakthrough app for teachers. The app lets you easily review new releases from Pearson, gives you access to digitized units of Pearson courses and extra clasroom materials.

With ePanel, your laptop, tablet or smart phone can be a one-stop tool for all the classroom resources you need: student books, workbooks, teacher’s books and audio resources.

Learn more

 

Pearson English Portal

The Pearson English Portal aligns on and offline English teaching and learning resources, bringing them together at a single access point; providing a comprehensive, easy to use learning management tool.

Enriched with a variety of digital resources, the portal encourages engagement, improves teaching, enhances the learning experience and improves outcomes.

Pearson English Portal offers a single access point to all of your online course components, including MyEnglishLab.

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MyEnglishLab

MyEnglishLab offers interactive tasks and additional benefits, helping you to access learning anytime, anywhere.

For teachers MyEnglishLab provides automated marking, monitoring progress and can serve as an online messaging tool. For students the tool offers tips and feedback, as well as access to video and audio.

Learn more


60-day free access codes

To contain the threat of Covid-19, your school may be closed, and you might be working remotely with your students. To help your students continue to progress in their learning journey, we have arranged FREE access to your digital course content for 60 days via the Pearson English Portal, where your students will be able to access learning materials and practice materials. 

If you have not accessed the Pearson English Portal before, please see our website to learn more. To get help on how to use the Portal, please see our help website

Where do I find Access Codes for my course?

  • If your students do have their student’s book – the access codes can be found inside the front cover and activated at english.com/activate.
  • No book, no problem! Please contact Pearson office to find out how to access digital resources.

Distance Teaching Video Trainings & Webinars

Distance Teaching and Learning: Useful Tips for Making it Work webinar with Dr Ken Beatty

In this webinar, Dr. Ken Beatty, an expert on online teaching and learning, focuses on the needs of teachers and learners of all ages and at all levels. He explores how to get organized, plan effectively, stay motivated and keep learners engaged and answers key questions about online distance learning.

WATCH THE RECORDING

Digital Solutions for Online Learning with Christina Cavage

Learn how you can leverage digital tools to deliver course content in an online environment. This session covers the how to’s of using MyEnglishLab and other tools to keep your course moving and your students motivated.

WATCH THE RECORDING

How to deliver an engaging online lesson to teenage learners? with Michael Brand

Teaching English online is already popular. For some teachers, recent developments have suddenly made it the new standard. But being thrown in at the deep end is never easy. In this webinar, we’ll look at how can we continue our lessons with teens in an online setting. We’ll consider planning, pre-lesson tasks and follow-up, digital delivery tools and platforms, the use of video and ways to build in interaction all with the aim of helping English teachers of teens to find their feet in the world of online teaching.

WATCH THE RECORDING


Join our upcoming webinars. See how you can ease the process of online learning both for yourself and your students! Click on the best time for you, to register for the webinar.

Topic

Speaker

Date & Time

Using Versant Placement Test as a Home-Based Assessment

Nick Laul

Recording coming soon

MyEnglishLab: Your Solution for Anytime, Anywhere Learning

Janay Philips

Recording coming soon

How to teach exam students online?

Billie Jago

02/04 10:00 GMT

02/04 14:00 GMT

To see full offer of our webinars go to the Webinars tab.

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