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S4 17.0 Resources from EducationUSA

Join us to hear Karen Bauer, the regional manager of EducationUSA for the Middle East and North Africa, as she shares these valuable resources for studying in the United States: EducationUSA Website: https://educationusa.stat...

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June 9, 2024

S4 17.0 Resources from EducationUSA

Join us to hear Karen Bauer, the regional manager of EducationUSA for the Middle East and North Africa, as she shares these valuable resources for studying in the United States: EducationUSA Website: https://educationusa.sta…
June 2, 2024

S4 16.0 Community Teacher Training with Refugees and Displaced People

Join us to hear Dawud Hill, Community Teacher Trainer with RefugeeEd and We/Educate, UK, as he describes working with refugees in European refugee camps as a teacher trainer. Dawud says that working with refugees has changed…
May 26, 2024

S4 15.0 Using AI Effectively

Join us to hear Pooja Sancheti, a teacher at the Centre for Preparatory Studies, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman, as she describes why students and teachers use AI and how you can use AI more effectively with you…
May 19, 2024

S4 14.0 Teachers' Self-Regulation

Join us to hear Amel Benaissa, a teacher and researcher at Mouloud Mammeri University, Algeria, as she describes why teachers need to develop self-regulation strategies. She gives some tips for how teachers can learn how to …
May 12, 2024

S4 13.0 Incorporating AI into TBLT Classrooms

Join us to hear Noureddine Charif, an ESL Instructor, Newton's Grove School, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, as he explains how to incorporate AI into Task Based Language Teaching by using Microsoft’s Copilot to help craft les…
May 5, 2024

S4 12.0 Building Bridges in TESOL

Join us to hear Wyndell Williams, English Language Support Teacher at Tsinghua International School in Beijing, China, as he describes how to develop and use culturally responsive strategies for inclusive language education.…

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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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