For the second year in a row the U.S. State Department recognizes the Middlebury Institute’s TESOL program as a Top English Language Fellow producing institution, this year also honoring the Custom Language Services program for excellence in curriculum design.
Middlebury Institute alumnus Ben Cogswell was awarded the Crystal Apple Award for using innovative and creative methods to keep kindergarten class at Bardin Elementary in Salinas engaged and learning during this period of remote schooling.
Annabelle Royer MATESOL ´16 has been selected by U.S. Department of State for the prestigious English Language Teaching Fellowship and will train teachers and teach English at The University of Montenegro.
On April 27th, Professor Netta Avineri presented at the CATESOL Steinbeck Chapter event “Education and the Creation of Just Societies”, on “Language and Social Justice in Practice: From Classroom Activities to Collaborative Advocacy”.
Middlebury Institute Professor Netta Avineri has co-edited (with Laura R. Graham, Eric J. Johnson, Robin Conley Riner, Jonathan Rosa) the Routledge Publishers volume Language and Social Justice in Practice.