Strategies for Encouraging, Engaging, and Educating Students (SEEES-2)
Using different Strategies in a more innovative way augments a number of platforms where students can access English as a foreign language and shape their learning in microcosmic and macrocosmic settings. Encouraging students to engage enthusiastically, learn cooperatively, and work effectively. Engaging students in the learning process increases their attention and focus, motivates them to practice higher-level-critical thinking skills, and promotes meaningful leaning experiences. Educating students to become lifelong learners is a no-easy task for teachers to make them face the fast and unexpected changes and challenges in their everyday lives and to serve their communities better in the future.
ELTPD Workshop Date
Wednesday 17th April 2019
ELTPD Workshop Venue
Ibri College of Technology (IBRICT), Ibri, Oman
ELTPD Workshop Chair
Mr. Basim Al- Mushaifri (Head of English Language Centre)
5th ELTPD WORKSHOP HIGHLIGHTS
Proposal Submission Start Date
Monday 25th February 2019
1. Keynote, Plenary and featured speakers
Proposal Submission Deadline
Monday 25th March 2019
2. Over 35 presentations of all types
Notification of Acceptance / Rejection
Monday 1st April 2019
3. Over 150 participants and presenters
Participants Registration Start Date
Thursday 14th March 2019
4. Opening ceremony on Wednesday 17th April 2019
Participants Registration Deadline
Monday 1st April 2019
5. Refreshments and lunch for registered participants
Submissions 5th ELTPD Workshop Proceedings
Wednesday 1st May 2019
6. ELTPD Workshop proceedings for presenters
Wednesday 17th April 2019 08:00 am onwards at the 5th ELTPDW reception, IbriCT
7. Pre-workshops and Post-workshops
5th ELTPD WORKSHOP HIGHLIGHTS:
Keynote, Plenary and featured speakers
Over 35 presentations of all types
Over 150 participants and presenters
Opening ceremony on Wednesday 17th April 2019
Refreshments and lunch for registered participants
ELTPD Workshop proceedings for presenters
Pre-workshops and Post-workshops
CALL FOR PROPOSAL
You are invited to present at the 5th ELTPD Workshop on Wednesday, the 17 th April 2019 at IBRICT, Ibri, Oman.
ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS
All proposals must be submitted online through filling Online Presenter Proposal form Presenter. Faxed, emailed, or mailed proposals will not be accepted. The submission deadline for proposals is Monday 25th March 2019. You may also submit a proposal for a Pre-workshops or Post-workshops. Each Pre-workshop and Post-workshop runs for a full day and includes refreshments and lunches. Preseters need not fill in the participant's registration form. They will be given a certificate of presentation and a certificate of participation as well.
To register for 5th ELTPD Workshop, please click Participant. Note that registration entitles you to attend all presentations and workshops.
ELTPD WORKSHOP BENEFITS
When you join ELC community at IbriCT, Ibri, Oman, you will
experience what makes this event unique;
engage in discussions with practitioners, professionals, researchers, and leaders in language education and professionalism;
enrich your knowledge, networks, and professional experience; mentor on research and other projects;
review the latest professional publications and resources.
FACTORS AFFECTING PROPOSAL SELECTION
The ELTPDW brings together professionals from around the world working in diverse roles with English language learners of all ages and at all stages of language development. Therefore, an important factor in proposal selection is program balance. It will strive to balance the program by considering the following:
Range of topics within the ELT profession.
Relevance to 5th ELTPDW general theme and subthemes.
Number of presentations on the same subthemes.
FACTORS DISQUALIFYING A PROPOSAL
ELTPDW does not receive the proposal on or before the deadline.
The proposal is not received electronically.
The presentation promotes commercial interests.
ELT PDW is a great opportunity for professionals, educators and scholars to share ideas on how best to prepare Omani learners for facing the challenges of today and future, as well. Also, it will advance the quality of English language teaching in Oman through professional development and advocacy leadership.
Professionalism demonstrated by excellence in standards, research, and practice that improve learning outcomes
CHAIR OF ELTPD WORKSHOP: WORD OF MOUTH
ELT Professional Development Workshop (ELTPDW) was founded in 2015 to serve as a professional forum for English language teachers,
practitioners, professionals, experts, scholars, and educators from around the world. It is an exciting, innovating, motivating, stimulating and rewarding annual event for ELT professionals in all sectors. The preliminary goal is to make relevant and fast changing context of ELT through providing teachers and students with outstanding opportunities for reflection; exploring innovative teaching and learning; sharing successful practices; encouraging engagement for all participants in ELT; and promoting learner autonomy. This theme draws attention to professionalism in the field of ELT via constant review of teachers’ best practices and develops their skills on the pathways to have more effective and pragmatic education for their students and themselves, as well.
Mr. Basim Al Mushaifri (Head of ELC)
The Wilayat of Ibri has its archaeological forts, castles, and towers. Also, there are remains of the town of Bat, which is the second archaeological site to be classified by UNESCO on the list of world heritage and culture sites. Ibri is two hours distance from Al Ain. It is located at a distance of 217 from the capital Muscat. Its weather is usually hot and dry, with temperature in summers ranging from 32 to 52 °C (90 to 126 °F). From December to February, the weather is relatively cooler, with temperatures ranging from 10 to 20 °C (50 to 68 °F) Historically, Ibri was known for its old market (Souk), fruits, dates, and falajs or water canals.