PhD students are presenting at the international convention of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) in Atlanta, March 12-15. TESOL, which was founded in 1966, is an international association of professionals advancing the quality of English language teaching through professional development, research, standards, and advocacy. The yearly convention attracts more than 6,500 English language educators.
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Title: Rhetorical Value of Multimodality in L2 Writing in the Age of Digital Literacy
Presenter: Undraa Maamuujav
Title: Supporting Dual Language Learners’ Development of Computational Thinking, Literacy, and Positive Attitudes Towards Computer Science
Presenter: Sharin Jacob