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Gordon Lewis

ELT Strategies
USA
Gordon Lewis founded ELT Strategies in 2019, after 11 years as Vice President, Languages for Laureate Higher Education. From 2004-2008 he was Academic Director of Kaplan English Programs, based in New York City. From 2001 to 2004 he was Director of Instructor Training and Development for Berlitz Kids in Princeton , New Jersey . From 1990-1999 he ran a language school in Berlin, Germany. He earned a B.S. in Languages and Linguistics from Georgetown University, Washington D.C. and an M.S. from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, Monterey , California.
Gordon has served on the committee of the IATEFL Young Learners Special Interest Group and served as an editorial board member of ELT Journal. He is co-author of Games for Children and Grammar for Young Learners and author of The Internet and Young LearnersTeenagersMaking the Most of Technology, and Bringing Technology into the Classroom, all published by Oxford University Press. He is a sought after public speaker who presents at conferences around the world.

My Speakers Sessions

Saturday, May 22
 

12:00pm CST

 
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  • 21st Century Skills
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  • Best Practices in TEFL
  • Best Teaching Practices
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  • Creativity in the Classroom
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  • Flipped Learning
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  • Online Teaching
  • Prior Learning
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  • Reflective Teaching
  • Remote Teaching
  • Scaffolding
  • Self-Regulation
  • Soft Thinking
  • Speaking Activities
  • Student Confidence
  • Student Independence
  • Teachers as Agents of Change
  • Teaching Best Practices
  • Teaching Grammar
  • Teaching Philosophy
  • Teaching Speaking
  • Teaching Vocabulary
  • Teaching Young Learners
  • The Acquisition-Learning Distinction
  • The Monitor Hypothesis
  • The Natural Order Hypothesis
  • The Power of Education
  • Values Integration
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