The University of Sydney Centre for English Teaching (CET) is pleased to announce that Katherine Olston has been appointed as Acting Director.
Patrick Pheasant will be leaving the University to take up the position of Chief Executive Officer at NEAS, the quality assurance regulator for the English Language Teaching (ELT) sector.
The 11th volume of University of Sydney Papers in TESOL (Faculty of Education & Social Work) was launched on Saturday, 10 September at the TESOL Research Network Colloquium. This Special Issue was guest-edited by Patrick Pheasant, Director of CET, and Lydia Dutcher, Education Manager (Graduate Programs), with the support of the University English Centres of Australia (UECA).
The University of Sydney Centre for English Teaching presented two workshops on innovations in blended learning through Blackboard and Blackboard Mobile Learn during the recent Blackboard Teaching & Learning Conference in Sydney.
Twenty-three students from Maharsarakham University (Thailand) attended a four-week customised program at the University of Sydney Centre for English Teaching.
The University of Sydney Centre for English Teaching said farewell to over 700 students last Friday 8th July 2016 in the Great Hall by celebrating the many achievements of CET students and staff.
Katherine Olston, CET's Deputy Director (Digital Learning), presented a preview of the soon-to-be-released series of 5 MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) at the NAFSA Conference in Denver, Colorado.
Over 200 students from 15 distinguished universities such as Mahasarakham University (Thailand), Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China) and Rikkyo University College of Business (Japan), will be joining CET for specialised English language programs.
Aparna Jacob, CET’s Education Manager for University Pathways, delivered an exciting reflection on the influence teachers have in an organisation and the undeniable benefits of empowering teachers, during the last UECA PD Fest.
Patrick Pheasant, Director at the University of Sydney Centre for English Teaching (CET) gave a drama(tic) presentation on how teachers can use theatre and role-play in TESOL to create transformative experiences for students.