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Abstract

Page history last edited by Aiden Yeh 11 years, 5 months ago

Abstract

 

It is a fact that the majority of the English teachers are non-native speakers. With the increasing of international students in English speaking countries attending graduate programs in TESOL or applied linguistics, the demand of EFL instructors all over the world, and the increasing discussion of World Englishes, much research and discussion have been done on non-native speakers' identity and needs.

 

This session will look at past research and current issues facing Nonnative English Speaking Teachers (NNESTs). Participants will engage in asynchronous and weekly synchronous discussions with leaders and experts in the field on various topics- from becoming successful language educators to navigating professional challenges and growth. By the end of the session, participants will be encouraged to reflect on key issues involved in enhancing their professional development. This session will wrap up with a discussion of future directions for NNESTs.

 

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