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.
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]