Alina Promska, Mariia Dynnychenko
British Council Ukraine
Mariia Dynnychenko has diplomas in psychology, teaching English and literature and speech therapy, IHCYLT (2010), CELTA (2014), and Delta (2017). She joined the British Council Kyiv Teaching centre in September 2010 as a teacher and a YL behavioural consultant. She is a TYLEC trainer (2015−2017), tutor (2018), and adult students' progress advisor (since 2017). She sees great potential in interdisciplinary studies and has presented action research findings at international conferences.

Alina Promska has degrees in Marketing and English language and literature. She has been working as a teacher of English since 2009 and has CELTA (2013), TYLEC (2015) and DELTA (2016). She did a teacher training course "How to teach teachers" with Pilgrims in 2017. She presented at international conferences in Great Britain and Jordan.
11:30 — 12:20
Neuropsychology of signposting
In the session, we will report on the action research results on signposting and upping the challenge in EFL classes providing both theoretical insights and practical tools for English teachers.

Three takeaways

By the end of this session participants will:
find out what signposting is and be able to signpost an activity / a lesson / a course using knowledge of the basic neuropsychological processes;
be able to enhance learners' motivation by personalizing their lesson aims effectively
use tools boosting learners' sense of progress and developing learner autonomy