We had a great time learning from global English teachers at #TESOL17 in Seattle, Washington. Here, Karians from the Dominican Republic shares how successful the English Access Microscholarship Program - Headquarters was in her community. #AEforEducators
Teachers, how have you been successful this week?
Last week at #TESOL17, teachers from Algeria, Pakistan, Senegal, Nepal, Nicaragua, Kazakhstan, Russia, Indonesia, and more shared teaching success stories from their local context. #AEforEducators Link to photo
#AEforEducators went live at #TESOL17 on Wednesday, March 22. We hope you were able to join us as we interviewed global English teachers! They presented on English teaching and learning programs in their countries. In case you missed it, here's the...
American English for Educators went LIVE at #TESOL17 yesterday, March 22. We interviewed global English teachers as they presented on how Department of State programs impact their local communities and schools. #AEforEducators English Language Fellow... Link to photo
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