Empowering Students for TOEIC Success: Classroom Teaching Tips and Suggestions

Recorded: July 25, 2023

Are you wondering what you can do in your classroom to help students master the different language skills needed to succeed on the TOEIC Bridge or TOEIC tests? What areas are the most important area to teach and emphasize? In this webinar, you will dive into a world of dynamic classroom activities that will equip your students with the skills and confidence they need to succeed on the exam. This webinar will help you figure out where you should place your focus in terms of helping your students improve their grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension and listening skills. Start thinking about how to create a “learning roadmap” for TOEIC preparation that will engage and empower your students!


Sara Tilleman

Sara TillemanDirector of Learning & Innovation

Sara is an experienced lecturer of EFL (English as a Foreign Language) and has taught extremely diverse student populations. For the past twenty-three years, she held the position of Director of English at a private university and was responsible for material development as well as professional development for her large staff of lecturers.
In addition, Sara has a strong background and experience in developing online courses and is always looking for new and innovative ways to promote effective student learning experiences. She holds a Master’s in Educational Technology (M.E.T.) degree as well as a certificate in online learning.
“I’m a big believer in the power of the internet which is changing the way that we teach and learn. As teachers, we have more effective options available to us that enable us to engage, challenge and motivate each and every one of our language learners. It all boils down to excellent pedagogy with some help from the available technology.”

Jack Pillemer

Jack PillemerLearning Innovation Manager

Jack is a well-qualified and experienced English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teacher, international teacher-trainer, program director and pedagogical and implementation manager. In addition, Mr. Pillemer is a content creator, author of EFL course books and pedagogical consultant. He carries with him a rich and varied experience working both in the classroom and in the computer software industry. He has vast experience designing and presenting workshops and webinars on a wide range of topics related to learning and teaching.

“My professional life has revolved around the teaching of English for the last 40 years. I speak from experience as a teacher whose major interest is student engagement and student motivation. I believe that the integration of technology into the learning process can contribute to student success in learning English."