National Workshop: Language Teaching and Teacher Training

Facing the Job Crisis among Engineers and Future Challenges Workshop
April 1, 2021
Course Topics, vs Industrial Applications
March 31, 2021

Faculty: Education
Department: ELT
Type of the workshop: National Workshop
The workshop in brief:

The aim of the workshop is to bring the professionals in the field together to discuss the trends in language education, to exchange ideas and experience in terms of methods of teaching the English language, the demand of today’s job market, as well as providing a practical session-demonstration of the various ways of using technology in language teaching followed by the discussions of the techniques used. The speakers of the workshop are the specialists who have experience in teaching EFL in different countries on different levels and training/supervising EFL teachers in primary, secondary, and high schools. The workshop is believed to be useful in building bridges between the university, community, and K-12 schools tightening the relationships and cooperation improving the language education that is able to go in hand with the rapid changes the region is facing and meet the demands of the society, employers, and all other stakeholders.

Number of participants: 43 teaching staff from Sterling Schools and TIU.

Date and time:  March 06, 2021 at 10:00 am.
Place: Online.
Session topics: 

  1. Adapting Classroom Experience: Education from pre-pandemic normals to post-pandemic normal.
  2. Demo lesson: ed/ing adjectives.

Presenters names and affiliations:

  • Mr. Sercan Oz Senior Education Officer, Sterling Schools Country Coordinator, UK Teachers Academy.
  • Mr. Recep Bilgin (TIU).

Outcome of the workshop:

  • Preparation of the senior students for the professional career.
  • Sharing experience.
  • Strengthening the ties with the public schools and the Faculty of Education.

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