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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 your...

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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 c...

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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 less...

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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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April 7, 2024

S4 11.1 Motivating Pre-Service Teachers to Become Teachers of English…

Join us to hear Milsania Lopez, Dean of University of Santiago, Cuba, as she shares techniques for motivating pre-service teachers to become teachers of the English Language.She shares ways to motivate teachers to become teac...

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March 10, 2024

S4 9.0 Engaging with Student Interests

Based in Colombia, Gustavo Valiente shares an effective technique to engage students in communication! Discover their interests and adapt your topic and grammar to fit their interests. This technique provides intrinsic motiva...

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Feb. 25, 2024

S4 8.0 Integrating Radio for Communication Proficiency

Join us to hear Juan Carlos Domingez, based in Cuba, as he shares an innovative technique of integrating radio into the English classroom. He shares weekly idiomatic expressions in the context of a conversation. Students are ...

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Feb. 11, 2024

S4 7.0 Conventional and Virtual Learning Spaces

Join us to hear Dr. Pankaj Mehrotra, an English teacher from Delhi, India, as he discusses conventional and virtual learning spaces and how they affect teacher–student and student–student interactions in the classroom. --- ...

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Feb. 4, 2024

S4 6.0 Challenges in Teaching Beginning Students in the U.S.

Join us to hear Sharifa Djurabaeva, an English teacher originally from Uzbekistan, who is currently teaching beginning newcomer high school students in Massachusetts. Sharifa will discuss the challenges she has faced and how ...

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Jan. 31, 2024

S4 5.0 The Experiential Learning Cycle: A Valuable Assessment Tool

Join us to hear Dilia Topham, a veteran Teacher-Trainer, currently working in Dushanbe,Tajikistan for the American Council, as she describes the Experiential Learning Cycle and gives examples of how it can be used by teachers...

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Jan. 22, 2024

S4 4.0 Reading/Listening into EAP Speaking

Join us to hear Dr Arum Perwitasari, Academic Relations Lead at ETS Global, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, as she describes how to integrate reading or listening activities into speaking activities for English for Acade...

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Jan. 15, 2024

S4 3.0 Sustainability and Green in ELT

Join us to hear Peter Holly, a freelancer based in Hungary, as he describes how to teach environmentalism and sustainability in English Language Teaching. He gives teachers tips and ideas on how to incorporate sustainability ...

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Jan. 8, 2024

S4 2.0 Quantitative Research in Language Education

Join us to hear Dr Mohamed Benhima, an assistant professor in the English Department of Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco, as he describes quantitative research methodology and statistical data analysis in language educ...

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Jan. 1, 2024

S3 52.0 Gamification in the ESL Classroom

Join us to hear Dr Sapna Dileesh, Head of Foundation at the Oman Dental College in Muscat, Oman, as she shares how she uses gamification in the ESL classroom. She discusses some things that a teacher needs to consider while …

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Jan. 1, 2024

S4 1.0 Writing Feedback Using Auto-Peer

Join us to hear Philip McCarthy, Associate Professor at the American University of Sharjah, the United Arab Emirates, as he shares Auto-Peer, an automated feedback system designed to facilitate student writing and student fee...

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Dec. 18, 2023

S3 51.0 Using Linguistic Landscape in Teaching

Join us to hear Anastasia Khawaja, an adjunct professor in the Department of English at the University of South Florida,as she shares how she implemented linguistic landscape in her teaching units in Israel. She discusses how...

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Dec. 11, 2023

S3 50.0 Online Reading Dispositions

Join us to hear Eyhab Yaghi, a lecturer in the English department in the College of Education at Majmaah University in Saudi Arabia,as he shares with us the online reading dispositions students use to enable more effective on...

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Dec. 4, 2023

S3 49.0 Using Blogs to Motivate Writing

Join us to hear Fatia Jellad, a secondary school teacher in Tunisia who recently obtained her PhD in Cultural Studies, as she shares with us how to use blogs to motivate students to write in English. She discusses the steps …

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Nov. 27, 2023

S3 48.0 Reconstruction Tasks in Teaching Writing

Join us to hear Kasia Truszkowsky, founder and owner of My Oxford English Academy in Oxford, England, as she shares with us how to use reconstruction tasks to teach academic writing. She discusses tips for minimizing teacher ...

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Nov. 20, 2023

S3 47.0 Authentic Material to Motivate Students

Join us to hear Rasha Halat, Assistant Professor at the Lebanese International University, as she shares with us how to use authentic materials to motivate students. She describes why its a good idea to use authentic material...

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Nov. 13, 2023

S3 46.0 English as an International Language

Join us to hear Shahab Moradkhani, Associate Professor of TESOL at Razi University in Kermanshah, Iran, as he shares with us the topic English as an International Language. He describes the basic principles of English as an I...

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Nov. 6, 2023

S3 45.0 Motivate Your Students to SPEAK in English

Join us to hear Hannah Haase, language teacher, author, and pedagogical mentor at Robotel, as she shares with us how to motivate students to actually speak in English in class. She describes different ways teachers can do rec...

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Oct. 30, 2023

S3 44.0 Benefits of International Conferences

Join us to hear Gulnorakhon Niyazova, senior teacher of English as EFL at Alisher Navai University of Uzbek Language and Literature in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, as she describes why it’s important for teachers to attend internat...

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Oct. 23, 2023

S3 43.0 Teacher-to-Teacher Collaboration

Join us to hear Maria Zaheer, the founder of Educational Webinar Jam and a Senior Fellow in Higher Education, based at Al Yamama University in Saudi Arabia, as she shares best practices for optimizing teacher-to-teacher colla...

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