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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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Oct. 16, 2023

S3 42.0 Teaching in the Palestinian Territories

Join us to hear Rawan Saqfalhett, a secondary school teacher who teaches in Jericho in the West Bank in the Palestinian Territories, as she talks about the challenges she and her students face. Rawan gives some insights into ...

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Oct. 9, 2023

S3 41.0 Promoting Virtual Reality in Education

Join us to hear David Bozetarnik, from the Higher Colleges of Technology in the United Arab Emirates, as he shares best practices for promoting virtual reality at your school, college, or university. He talks about how he fir...

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Oct. 2, 2023

S3 40.0 Pedagogical Technological Integration

Join us to hear Majed Buledi, from the International Islamic University in Malaysia, as he shares best practices for pedagogical technological integration with digital natives. He identifies the steps involved in technologica...

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Sept. 25, 2023

S3 39.0 Online Synchronous Learning

Join us to hear Kamiya Abdulkhakimovar, Senior Lecturer at the College of Humanities and Education at KIMEP University in Kazakhstan, as she shares best practices for teaching online synchronous classes. She identifies the st...

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Sept. 18, 2023

S3 38.0 Education for Sustainable Development

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 studen...

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Sept. 11, 2023

S3 37.0 Corpus Linguistics in Writing Instruction

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 ins...

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Sept. 4, 2023

S3 36.0 Perceptions and Positions of Postcolonial Englishes.

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-Bri...

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Aug. 28, 2023

S3 35.0 Why Do Teachers Take Doctorates?

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 ...

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Aug. 21, 2023

S3 34.0 Using ChatGPT in the Classroom

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 example...

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Aug. 16, 2023

S3 33.0 Be CUTE: Connect-Understand-Teach-Educate: SEL Education in t…

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 ho...

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Aug. 7, 2023

S3 32.0 Combining Language and Content for Tour Guides

Join us to hear Arpine Harutyunyan, a teacher at Luys Zvart Education Center, Armenia, share with us “Combining Language and Content for Tour Guides.” Harutyunyan describes a teaching approach relevant for an efficient combin...

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July 30, 2023

S3 31.0 Effective Tips on Critical Reading for Secondary Teachers

Join us to hear Shakhodat Obidova, A PhD student and TESOL Trainer at Bukhara State Pedagogical Institute in Uzbekistan, share with us “Effective Tips on Critical Reading for Secondary Teachers.” Shewill tell us what critical...

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July 23, 2023

S3 30.0 Teacher Identity Investment Amidst Change in Education

Join us to hear Mohamed Hasan, from Ahlia University in Bahrain, as he shares tips on Teacher Identity Investment Amidst Change in Education. He describes how teacher identity investment plays an important role in educational...

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July 16, 2023

S3 29.0 AI and ChatGPT

Join us to hear Judy Wren and Jennifer McCoy, English teachers in Oman at Sultan Qaboos University in Muscat, share with us “AI and ChatGPT: Considering the Future of Writing Instruction.” They will tell us what ChatGPT is an...

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July 9, 2023

S3 28.0 Mitigating Student Motivations and Teacher Beliefs

Join us to hear Mick King, an English teacher in Qatar at Qatar Community College, share with “Mitigating Student Motivations and Teacher Beliefs.” All too often teachers have fixed ideas about why students are learning a lan...

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July 2, 2023

S3 27.0 Optimal Learning with Brain Breaks

Join us to hear Rania Jabr, an English teacher in Egypt at the American University of Cairo, share with “Optimal Learning with Brain Breaks.” Jabr answers the question how brain breaks are essential for you and your students ...

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June 25, 2023

S3 26.0 Fostering Creativity in English Teachers

Join us to hear from Feruz Akbarov, founder of English Teacher Association of Uzbekistan , as he talks with us about fostering creativity in English teachers. Feruz discusses the 3Es, 3 staples, being an initiator, and active...

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