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Faculty: Faculty of Education

Department: ELT 

Type of the workshop: International workshop
The workshop in brief: The outdated methods and approaches are not working anymore in the current EFL classes, Base on this notion the International workshop would like to introduce us to the trend and convergence of recent strategies of EFL teaching and learning. This international workshop is window to help EFL instructors to have a better view on recent trends and methodologies of English language teaching and learning.

Participants: 130

Date and time: September, 25, 2021
Place: TIU campus and Online

Session topics: 

  1. Teacher-student rapport: the boundaries and freedom
  2. Technology assisted language teaching (Smartboard, online applications, educational platforms (CLMS), etc.
  3. Know your students/Who are your students? (Students cultural, social, and emotional learning styles)
  4. Motivation in Foreign Language learning and teaching

Presenters names and affiliations:

  • Assist. Prof. Dr. Lanja Aldabagh – University of Salahaddin
  • Dr. Khalid Ismail Mustafa – Koya University
  • Mrs. Rumeysa Sarikamish – M.Ed. – ELL coordinator at Horizon Science Academy, Columbus STEM High School, Ohio, United States.
  • Mrs. Nato Pachuashvili – PhD c.  Lecturer at International Black Sea University and Caucasus University in Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia.
Outcome of the workshop:

  1. Improving curriculum and syllabus
  2. To update the policies in curriculum and syllabus design
  3. Giving recommendations to foreign language learners and teachers in terms of collaboration and communication
  4. Reflective articles that meet the demands of the 21st century education