A mini-conference ran by SU presenters took place on December 7Th , 2012 in our humble institute Yeşilköy Private Armenian School.
In October 2013, I participated in the Teaching Staff Mobility program and visited the University of Lapland (Rovaniemi, Finland) where I delivered sessions on “how to integrate free and user friendly Web 2.0 tools in teaching and learning” for master students as part of the Media Technologies course in the Faculty of Education.
Learner Autonomy SIG Event. Learner autonomy in second language pedagogy and research – challenges and issues
EPG launched in Sevres, France. Sabancı University has been involved as a secondary partner in the EPG Project since 2011. The EPG was launched in Sevres, France with its 11 partners and is now available in 9 languages including Turkish and its User Guide in 4 languages: English, German, French and Spanis
We are thrilled to be able to share with you our first book in the School Development Series of Sabancı University School of Languages:
A Practical Guide to English Language Curriculum Development in an Academic Context: Creating, Vitalizing and Evaluating
This was a joint conference between Yaşar University SoFL (School of Foreign Languages) and the IATEFL LAMSIG (Leadership and Management SIG)
Highlights of an Erasmus Staff Mobility Exchange, The Host institution: NHL University of Applied Sciences, Leeuwarden/ Holland
ATEFL 2013 has been a very rewarding experience for me. I had the opportunity to meet colleagues as well as publishers and trainers who work on the process of feedback provision on written work in academic settings, specifically peer-feedback, which was also the focus of my IATEFL 2013 session.
We started off with a presentation of technology as utopia vs dystopia, moving on to Creative Commons and the designing of a tailor-made evaluation tool for selecting the most effective educational technology tools for one’s institution. The learners in our classes expressed their likes about being encouraged to think at an institutional level. So far their experience has been more focused on materials design and classroom teaching practices and theories.