Future Horizons Foundation for Translation, Training and Development together with President Prof. Abdullah Al Ghurbani and Prof. Jasmin Bey Cowin proudly present a free seminar on July 27th, 2021 from 1 pm to 2:30 pm aimed at continued professional TESOL development for all its alumni and graduates. This free seminar and workshop and attendance is limited to the Foundation’s Alumni.
Please click this link https://forms.gle/BudCNdevNb5HLAnk9 to sign up.
Yemeni TESOL Teaching for the Future: Exploring Open Educational Resources (OERs) and Virtual Spaces
This Zoom seminar will focus on educational resources for TESOL teaching such as public digital libraries, open educational resources, and virtual rooms in hubs. The aim is to create access and equity for Yemini TESOL teachers to free materials, resources, and contemporary technology.
If you are a confirmed Future Horizons Foundation for Translation, Training and Development Alumni you will receive a link via the provided email from the form.
Presenter Bio: Dr. Jasmin Bey Cowin
Assistant Professor and TESOL Practicum Coordinator,
Touro College, GSE, NY
Dr. Cowin’s pro-bono work is seated in a deep professional and personal commitment to transcending boundaries and bringing universal access to high-quality teacher education and professional teacher development. As a Fulbright Scholar; Assistant Professor and TESOL Practicum Coordinator at Touro College, GSE; Chair of the 51st New York State TESOL fall 2021, she brings over twenty-five years of experience as an educator and institutional leader.
As an Education Policy Fellow at the EPFP™ Institute, Columbia University/Teachers College, she became part of a select group of strategic leaders analyzing trends regarding effective educational policy and leadership. Her EPFP™ focus was on three pillars: The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Leadership, and Educational Policy furthering her understanding of the challenges that lie at the heart of education inequity.
Dr. Cowin’s extensive background in education, administration, not-for-profit leadership, entrepreneurial spirit, commitment to the idea of education as a basic human right, technology innovation, and demonstrated sensitivity to cultural communication differences; provide her with unique skills and vertical networks locally and globally.