A teacher in class with a group of young learners

Mat Wright

Saturday 24 February 2024

About the webinar

In classrooms around the world, multilingualism is becoming more and more common due to globalisation and increased migration. In this ever-changing world, proficiency in multiple languages is therefore becoming more of a necessity. Embracing linguistic diversity in education not only prepares students for the interconnected world but also enriches their academic experience and strengthens their cultural identity. Through an acceptance of multilingualism, teachers can help their learners enhance their communication skills, and foster intercultural understanding.

The aim of this webinar is to empower teachers with practical insights and strategies for effectively managing multilingual classrooms. Through a comprehensive exploration of the benefits and challenges of multilingualism, participants will gain valuable tips and resources to enhance their teaching approaches, and foster an inclusive and supportive learning environment for students with diverse linguistic backgrounds 

About the speaker

Sahar Mohamednour is an English language educator with over six years of dedicated teaching experience. Currently contributing her expertise to Mango Gate, an online language platform, she is passionate about teaching and using interactive methods. Inspired by the belief that multilingualism fosters inclusivity and global connection, she is deeply interested in addressing the challenges faced by teachers dealing with multilingual learners. Her commitment to education is not only reflected in her teaching but also in her active pursuit of innovative solutions.


 Saturday 24 February 2024


16:00 GMT See what time this is your location 


60 minutes

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