More than 350 educators from Zamboanga City, part of Mindanao in the Philippines, convened at KCC Mall de Zamboanga to participate in a “face-to-face” e-session with English Language Fellow Leah Jordano-Kudalis.
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English Language Fellow Jeff Arrigo is based in Ulaanbaatar, the center of modern commerce in Mongolia, but he’s made it his mission to travel outside the capital as much as necessary to bring English-skills enhancement to even remote corners of his temporary homeland.
English Language Fellow Susannah Bien-Gund visited Chengdu Summit International High School in China to share language-learning strategies and grammar games—but she came away learning a lot herself, too.
It’s called Camp EPIC: six English Language Fellows, six University of Indonesia lecturers, seven counselors, and forty-six pre-service teachers from across Indonesia and Timor Leste. That’s the group that gathered in Surabaya recently for a massive teacher-training camp that was also a real cultural-exchange opportunity.
Two members of the U.S. House of Representatives recently touched down in Laos’ capital city of Vientiane, and English Language Fellow Briana Rogers was there to meet them.
English Language Fellow Jenna Buendia’s recent workshop at Burapha University in Bangsaen, Thailand was designed to equip instructors with collaborative activities and games to enmesh students in the classroom experience.