Friday, October 18 • 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Innovative TEAL Education: Learning and Opportunities from Conceptualization to Delivery

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

During this session, we will discuss the curricula, pedagogical choices, and delivery modalities selected for a new, Alberta-based English language teacher training certificate program. The presenters will share the learnings and the opportunities identified from conceptualization through to the delivery phase of the 440-hour program.


Shelley Andersen

NorQuest College
As a self-described lifetime learner, Shelley Andersen, B.Ed., was a student in the inaugural Teaching English as a Second Language (TEAL) program at NorQuest College. Currently a Student Navigator (Advisor) for post-secondary students at the College, Shelley viewed the TEAL program... Read More →

Wendy Chambers

NorQuest College
Wendy Chambers (Ph.D.) is a Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks board member and Associate Chair (Language Training) at NorQuest College. She has been deeply immersed in the EAL field for over 20 years as an instructor, curriculum developer, researcher, and teacher educator.

Sara Gnida

NorQuest College
Sara Gnida, an ESL instructor, curriculum developer, and teacher trainer with NorQuest College, has 30+ years of experience in a range of contexts: EAP, ESL literacy, LINC, ESL for Nurses online, EFL, and teacher training. She’s been part of a number of ATESL projects, including... Read More →

Alexandra Marshall

NorQuest College
Alexandra Marshall has been teaching ESL for over 12 years to a variety of students in a wide range of contexts. Though her ESL focus has been primarily on adult learners, she has taught all ages, from preschool to senior citizens. She has taught a wide range of levels from literacy... Read More →

Wendy Ilott

NorQuest College
Wendy Ilott (MEd) has been teaching ESL/EFL for 25 years. She is passionate about advocacy for quality teaching and learning opportunities for all learners.

Friday October 18, 2019 3:30pm - 4:15pm

Attendees (17)