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Bring your bilingual background into action! Immerse yourself into a 7.5 hours workshop series

You love working with kids, you are bilingual and you are looking into developing a new teaching craft.

You are interested to bring another language into children’s life as a teacher, as a parent, as an educative collective or as a school .

You represent an Educative structure and look to implement an immersion program in your community.

THIS IS FOR YOU!
 
Join us for a 7.5 hours practical, comprehensive and creative training workshop with hands on activities and practical theory to get you equipped with ideas and projects to get your full potential as an immersion teacher!

This training is geared towards teaching artists, educators, teachers or structures looking to implement an introductory immersion program to young children.

All languages are welcome!

Beanstalk founders Sophie Amieva and Stephanie Larriere will share their practical teaching approach based on their decade of teaching artist background and the experience of more than 5 years of immersion program with children from 12 months to 9 years old through Brooklyn Beanstalk.
(check who we are @ www.brooklynbeanstalk.com)
 

Register Now

Teaching Training: A 3 parts workshop series of 2.5 hours each.

-Saturday November 21st :  Teaching in immersion: What does it mean?
-Tuesday December 2nd: Hands on: design your class
-Saturday December 12th: Develop your curriculum

EARLY BIRDS: Register before October 28th and receive 10% discount-
Code: EARLYBIRD_15

Once you booked, recommend the training and register a friend to benefit from an additional $25 off .

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us,
we’d love to hear from you!

Thank you!

Brooklyn Beanstalk Team
Sophie Amieva

Co-Director

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