Presentations

Presentations

On March 7, 2015, I presented a webinar entitled “Why is English so weird?” Looking to History to Answer Tough Learner Questions” for English Online.

During the winter semester of 2015 I did two workshops for Dalhousie University’s Centre for Learning and Teaching: “Lecturing in English” and “Facilitating In-Class Discussion in English”.

In Spring 2014 I presented Getting Discipline-specific in the EGAP Classroom at the IATEFL Conference in Harrogate and at the TESL Nova Scotia spring conference in Halifax.

During the winter semester of 2014 I did two workshops for Dalhousie University’s Centre for Learning and Teaching: Teaching in English and The International Classroom at Dalhousie.

On September 19, 2013, I presented Digital Tools for EAP in a webinar for English Online. [Online archive // Slides: Digital Tools for EAP_EnglishOnline 2013]

At the TESL Nova Scotia Spring conference in May 2013 I gave the following presentation on Digital Tools for EAP. [Slides: Digital Tools for EAP_TESL NS 2013 ]

Here are the slides from my presentation on Social Identity and Non-Native English-speaking University Students the 2013 Dalhousie University Conference on University Learning and Teaching. [Slides: Social Identity & NNES]

The following are the slides from a presentation I gave at the TESL Canada 2012 conference on how EAP instructors can update the academic reading skills we teach to reflect our students’ increasingly digital environment. [Slides: Digital Tools for EAP]

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