Challenging, interesting, H.O.T. Ways to maximize the impact of your lessons There is a popular Wien diagram on the Internet comprised of three circles: energy, time and money. The ironic caption suggests: "you can choose only two things". And evidently, it is true - when you translate the different combinations into your own life experience, these three options are often mutually exclusive. And when planning a lesson, we also keep a few essential variables in mind. It's importance of a challenge in the learning process, tick in the box for higher-order thinking skills, and don't forget that a good lesson should also spark an interest! At the same time, the big teaching load, overcrowded groups and a tight schedule can cast a big shadow on these great principles. And our February session is aimed directly at dealing with all the potential pitfalls. With our experts, we are going to discuss the main problems teachers who are trying to maximize the impact of their lessons experience today - from lack of time to the embeddedness in tradition. We are going to cover the best resources and techniques that can relieve potential problems off your shoulders: from the frameworks that can help you create better worksheets and handouts to checklists that navigate the new teaching tools to your classroom with ease - and the best ways to put your students in the center of learning! Let's find out together at our March session!