Dear English Language Teachers,
I want to share with you an upcoming event on Building a New English Teaching World with English Language Specialist Pamela Johnson and hosted by the Regional English Language Officers of the US Department of State in Europe.
The event is a great opportunity to learn and think about how English teaching might be different in a post-pandemic educational reality here in Europe.
Join us on Zoom or on Facebook Live (@RELOMoscow) on November 10 at 16:00 for “Building a New English Teaching World,” with English Language Specialist Pamela Johnson and Regional English Language Officers Lottie Baker (U.S. Embassy Kyiv), Jenn Uhler (U.S. Embassy Tallinn/Moscow), and Kevin McCaughey (U.S. Embassy Belgrade).
In this session Pamela Johnson and the panel will discuss the current state of English Language teaching and attempt to answer questions such as “What have we learned in the last two years?” “Is it time to go back to face-to-face instruction, or time to re-think and re-set?” In short, “How do we build a better English teaching world?”
About Pamela Johnson:
Pamela Johnson is a U.S. State Department English Language Specialist, teacher trainer, and learning consultant. She has worked with faculty of all disciplines on technology, pedagogy, and content, and she presents at conferences on best practices and the realities of using technology in the classroom. Pam has an MS Ed in TESOL from the University of Pennsylvania and has worked in Latin America, Asia, and Eastern Europe. She is a former Apple Education Trainer and Google Certified Trainer.
Register for the Zoom session: https://tinyurl.com/56c7n2py
Times of the event:
Belgrade, Warsaw, Zagreb: 16:00 (UTC +1)
We cordially invite you to join our event !