Everyone is up and moving about when English Language Fellow Francisco Resto is leading class in Ukraine. Student-centered learning means that students are engaged kinesthetically, auditorily, and visually in the classroom. And the mind is kept equally active. Resto sometimes uses the ‘Sherlock Holmes Method to Teaching ESL,’ incorporating an educational mystery game that boosts student involvement and sharpens higher-level critical thinking skills at the same time.
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Discover the daily life of English Language Fellow, Andre Boyer in the city of Narva, Estonia along the Russian border. Join Boyer as he connects with locals at a table tennis club, teaches EFL at Narva College, and trains teachers at a nearby vocational school.
Let Jennifer Lacano’s stories of life as an English Language Fellow in Turkey take you to the Aegean Sea, for a Turkish breakfast, and inside the classrooms of Izmir.
“I’m excited about the club because I want read English books. I do not have in my home,” one seventh grader in
Prizren, Kosovo told English Language Fellow Brooke Leach Grable. Grable had a solution for him.
English Language Fellow Explores International Cultural Identity with Members of Women’s Cultural and Charitable Society in Turkey
English Language Fellow Melissa Van De Wege facilitated a discussion about cultural identity with women from the English conversation club of the Turkish-American and International Women’s Cultural and Charitable Society (TAIWCCS) in Ankara, Turkey this week.
English Language Fellow Allison Pickering recently helped facilitate an unprecedented English-training event in Estonia. For the first time ever, the Estonian vocational-school English teachers came together for two days of presentations and workshops designed specifically for them.