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TESOL Professional Development Workshop
Thursday, February 5, 2015 at 1:00pm
Join ASA College for a special TESOL Professional Development Workshop with noted author and international education consultant Sherry Preiss. This important session, open to all English as a Second Language professionals, will be held at the ASA College Writing Center located in Downtown Brooklyn.
TESOL PROFESSSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH at 1:00pm
383 Pearl Street, 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201
For more information or to reserve a seat please contact
Lyudmila Dragushanskaya at email@example.com
About Guest Lecturer
Sherry Preiss is the Vice President of English Language Learning Solutions and Professional Development responsible for teacher education worldwide. Prior to this position, Sherry served as Vice President of Adult and Multimedia Publishing for Pearson Longman ELT. Sherry has worked for many years as an EFL/ESL teacher, administrator, and international educational consultant delivering presentations and workshops on topics such as technology in the language learning classroom, online learning, authentic assessment, content-based instruction, brain-based learning, and critical thinking.
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