Syllabus Development for TOEFL iBT prep classes


Monday, June 19, 2023


12:00 PM Europe/Paris

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As educators we are constantly looking for ways to deliver high quality courses. Creating a purposeful syllabus is an innovative way to measure, plan and deliver highly engaging and effective courses. If you’re at a loss of ideas with regards to designing your TOEFL iBT prep syllabus, this webinar is for you! 

Thanks to attending this webinar, you will:

  • gain or refresh knowledge about the guidelines of effective syllabus design.
  • explore the different syllabus types and define the one that fits your learners the best.
  • understand how to measure the learning outcomes of your TOEFL prep course.
  • discover additional TOEFL iBT resources to integrate into your curriculum design.

There will also be time for Q&A.
This webinar will be recorded and shared with all registrants.

Nathalie Berkman Ph.D

Natalie Berkman is a higher education specialist and award-winning scholar with almost a decade of experience in pedagogy, curriculum design, research, mentoring, and academic administration. Trained as both a literary scholar and mathematician, Natalie completed her PhD in French Literature at Princeton University as well as a BA in Mathematics. Natalie is currently the Instructional Design Manager (Responsable ingénierie pédagogique) at ESSEC Business School.

Celestina Cardoz Maury

Celestina is the Senior ELT Coordinator at ETS Global for France, she was born in Goa and she is based in Paris. She has an extensive background in teaching, academic management, and international mobility management. She has a keen interest in teacher development, communication skills, inclusion in education, international mobilities and using literature in the ELT classroom.