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Title: Teaching Abroad with the English Language Fellow Program

Time: 1:15 pm

Room: Commons Regents

Name: Judy Emerson

Institution: U.S. Department of State English Language Programs

Co-presenters (if any):

Type: Informational Session (45 min)

Summary: English Language Fellows are sent by the US Department of State to hundreds of countries around the world every year. This presentation will explain the process, the requirements, and the career and life benefits to becoming an English Language Fellow.

Biography: Judy E. Emerson is an independent contractor with more than fifteen years of experience as a passionate and committed educator. As an English Language Fellow in Mongolia for three years, she worked with university students, individuals with physical challenges, and English teachers. There, she supervised, trained, and mentored teachers and volunteers, and co-taught with, and co-presented workshops. Locally, she has taught in Intensive English Programs and adult education programs, developed curricula and taught other teachers about curriculum development.

Topics addressed: Other

Intended audience: Higher Ed. Intensive English,Adult Refugee/Immigrant Programs,K-12 Settings,Teacher Educators,Administrators,Developers of Materials/Curriculum,Bilingual Programs

Thematic track: Other

Non-commercial

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