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.
Middlebury Institute faculty members Jason Martel, Gabriel Guillén, and Claire Eagle presented a workshop highlighting innovative strategies used by faculty in the Summer Intensive Language Program at annual California Language Teachers Association (CLTA) conference.
Middlebury Institute Associate Professor Netta Avineri has been awarded a grant by the Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education to study how Hebrew is taught and perceived at American Jewish supplementary schools.