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S3 38.0 Education for Sustainable Development

Sept. 18, 2023

Join us to hear Jessica March and Raja Mallek Baloul, English instructors from the Achievement Academy at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates as they share an exciting initiative to introduce stude…

S3 37.0 Corpus Linguistics in Writing Instruction

Sept. 11, 2023

Join us to hear Gulnoza Radjabova, an English teacher at Uzbekistan State World Languages University in Tashkent, as she shares different ways we can use corpus linguistics tools available on the internet to drive writing in…

S3 36.0 Perceptions and Positions of Postcolonial Englishes.

Sept. 4, 2023

Join us to hear Sweta Kumari and Aieshah Arif, Writing Instructors at New York University Abu Dhabi, as they share their thoughts on why there are lingering biases towards “standardized Englishes” from mainly “white” post-Br…

S3 35.0 Why Do Teachers Take Doctorates?

Aug. 28, 2023

Join us to hear Mark Carver, Director of Postgraduate Research at the International Education Institute, University of St Andrews, Scotland as he shares why more teachers taking doctorates is good for our profession, but has…

S3 34.0 Using ChatGPT in the Classroom

Aug. 21, 2023

Join us to hear Hansley Cazeau, a U.S. English Language Fellow from Englewood, New Jersey, as he shares using ChatGPT in the classroom to motivate teachers and students. He explains how ChatGPT works and gives several exampl…

S3 33.0 Be CUTE: Connect-Understand-Teach-Educate: SEL Education in the Classroom

Aug. 16, 2023

Join us to hear Ruba Sadi, manager of Eduthink, a training and consultation center based in Jordan, as she shares her SEL, Social Emotional Learning, in the classroom to motivate teachers, students, and parents. She shares h…

The Research Shows

Research (OECD, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2013) consistently states the importance of ongoing teacher training and development. We all know that “quality teaching is vital for improving student learning” (OECD, 2005), but many teachers do not have the opportunity to participate in ongoing professional development, nor the resources to fund further development and education.


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