As always, we're here to support your learning journey!

During this difficult time, our first priority is the safety of all those people whose lives we affect.  Not only our employees but also the teachers and learners who put their trust in Pearson.

Since the Coronavirus outbreak, we have supplied information, webinars, videos, blogs and access to all the distance learning and teaching materials, to make sure that you do not need to lose a single day of learning. 

We started the new learning journey by saying, ‘Don’t stop learning! Don’t stop teaching!’

Educators are still striving to ensure that learning continues, in spite of this massive disruption. Now, we are supplying information, webinars, videos, and access to all the materials that will facilitate your lessons, whether you're face to face with learners in the classroom, or in a blended or online environment.  Our priority is to support you with practical, innovative ideas and materials that will inspire your learners and help youdapt your teaching to an online or distance learning environment.

We, at Pearson believe that learning should never stop, so we are here to support you and your educational objectives wherever you are.

We’re updating this site regularly with even more helpful resources.

Pearson Turkey

Just as spring is a new beginning, we hope to bring fresh ideas to help teachers keep learning and keep teaching.

We invite you to join us for our Pearson English Spring Days online learning event. Taking place from 4th – 15th May, 2020, you’ll be able to learn from over 40 webinar sessions from more than 20 leading experts in ELT, including plenaries from Jeremy Harmer and Dr. Ken Beatty

They’ll offer professional development advice and lots of practical classroom tips. You’ll come away with lots of new ideas for teaching, assessment and planning your classes – for adults, teens and young learners.

Remote Teaching & Learning that Lasts Webinar Series, has been developed by Dr Tony Gurr in collaboration with Pearson Turkey and is designed to support teachers manage the transition to remote instruction necessitated by the current Corona crisis.

Key Survival Tips and Hints for Teachers

22 April 2020, Wednesday

Tips to Manage Learners and Improve Collaboration in a Remote Classroom

29 April 2020, Wednesday

Ideas to Help you Build a Communicative and Creative Learning Environment

6 May 2020, Wednesday

Ideas and Tips for Better Practice, Assessment and Formative Feedback

13 May 2020, Wednesday

'Beş Çayı' sessions are designed as more relaxed, intimate 'informal chats' driven by teacher-generated questions, we also thought that giving each of the four sessions a 'theme' would help us focus in on specific areas of support required by teachers.

If you missed the sessions, or would like to return to the ideas presented, watch the recordings. 

April 24 | Technology, Tools and Platforms

This first session is essentially designed to give you the opportunity to ask any questions you might have about the technology and how to clear up any problems you may be still facing and make any tools and platforms that you might be using. This is a huge area and we may not beagle to get through every single question - but Tony will make sure he shares a wide range of useful 'listicles' and video tutorials for everybody to follow up with.

April 30 | Classroom Management & Engagement in Online Classrooms

May 8 | Using Your Textbook in a Virtual Learning Environment

May 15 | Online Formative Assessment & Feedback

If you’re faced with a new remote class and not sure how to approach it, watch our webinar recordings for online teaching.


Distance Teaching and Learning: Useful Tips for Making It Work | Dr. Ken Beatty

Digital Solutions for Online Learning | Christina Cavage

MyEnglishLab: Your Solution for Anytime, Anywhere Learning | Janay Phillips

How to Deliver an Engaging Online Lesson to Teenage Students | Michael Brand

How to teach exam students online | Billie Jago

Check our blogs on online learning and how to convert your class online