Join colleagues from all over the country for an informal meetup and check in. Pop in and say 'hi' for just a few minutes if that's all you have.Quick registration link here. If we have a full house, we'll break up into groups and move around a bit.
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The English USA collaborative ad will run in the August/September edition alongside the annual Market Analysis report of the US Language Market.
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It costs £340 (approx. $445 USD) to take part in the Aug/Sep edition EnglishUSA ad and there is space for your high-res logo, location, contact details, slogan and 25 words of text.
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How resilient is internationalisation and the people and institutions it touches? The ongoing COVID-19 crisis is only the latest in a series of stress tests for international education in recent years. In this issue of Forum, we will seek to highlight the many faces of resilience in internationalisation at the personal, programmatic and institutional levels, but also the many ways in which the field of internationalisation itself may need to show resilience in these uncertain times. For inspiration, read our recent blog post for more about the kinds of submissions we're hoping to receive.
Will you add your voice to the conversation? Submit your 800–1200 word article to email@example.com by 15 June. Click below for more information on this issue’s theme and submission guidelines.
Applications must be submitted electronically using this form by 22 May 2020 at 5 pm U.S. eastern time. Click on the "apply to be reviewer" link on the My Proposals page. You will be notified via email in early June if you have been selected to review proposals for TESOL 2021.
Virtual Coffee Break: Coping with Our Own Burnout
Description: Come meet author Rebecca Pope-Ruark of "Beating Pandemic Burnout" (April 28, 2020 Inside Higher Education), for a Friday afternoon informal and interactive discussion on how we are dealing (or not) with our own personal and professional burnout. Consider reading the article in advance and come meet the author who shares insights on how "focusing on purpose, compassion, connection and balance in times of uncertainty can help you cope with challenges." We'll break out into smaller groups to reflect on her advice along with other strategies our EnglishUSA members offer.
Date: May 15, 2020 3:00-4:00 ET
CLICK HERE to Register and click here for the article
Rebecca Pope-Ruark is a faculty teaching and learning specialist at Georgia Institute of Technology. She is author of Agile Faculty: Practical Strategies for Managing Research, Service, and Teaching and co-editor of the forthcoming collection Redesigning Liberal Education: Innovative Design for a Twenty-First-Century Undergraduate Education. She is currently working on a book about faculty burnout for Johns Hopkins University Press.