Al Ain Chapter Team Leaders


Negmeldin Elsheikh

Al Ain Chapter Representative

UAE University

P. O. Box 17172, Al Ain, UAE

negmeldin.elsheikh@tesolarabia.org

Max Williams

Secretary

UAE University

P. O. Box 17172, Al Ain, UAE

Mobile: (050) 839-2059

max.williams@tesolarabia.org

Sufian Abu-Rmaileh

Treasurer

UAE University

P. O. Box 17172, Al Ain, UAE

Mobile: (050) 713-1803

sufian.abu-r@tesolarabia.org

Upcoming Events in Al Ain

Al Ain Chapter News

Abu Dhabi: The 3rd TESOL Arabia Annual SIG Conference

As we come to a close on this academic year we need to take time to reflect on what has been a hive of activity for all TESOL Arabia SIGs who have dedicated their time and expertise to provide a wide variety of professional development opportunities for the diverse...

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Al Ain Chapter January Report

The Al Ain Chapter would like to wish a happy new year to all of our colleagues. Just before the winter break in December we held an event with the theme “Professional Conduct in Demanding Times” which addressed the current trend in world education of decreasing...

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Dubai: 2nd TESOL Arabia SIG Conference: New Beginnings

On October 2nd the 2nd TESOL Arabia SIG Conference was hosted at Middlesex University Dubai. The theme was New Beginnings to reflect that this was the first combined event of the year for the SIGs. The event gave the 9 SIGs (special interest groups) of TESOL Arabia a...

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Al Ain Chapter Update

The new academic year has brought about a change in personnel in Al Ain. Ian Taylor has retired to better things but is still in contact and helping Max, Sufian and Paul through this teething stage! We have our first event planned for late October in Al Ain at the...

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Dubai: TESOL Arabia SIGs & T-PLUS Joint Conference

The first TESOL Arabia and T-PLUS, Turkey, joint conference took place on 1-2 May 2015 at HCT - Dubai Men's College. > CONFERENCE PROGRAM < For more photos, visit TESOL Arabia Facebook page...

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IELTS – Now You Know

Trawling through Wikipedia I found some interesting details about IELTS. Did you know, for instance, that the Germans were the best at getting highest scores in IELTS at an average of 7.2. The Filipinos, Malaysians and Greeks are joint second on 6.8; that those with...

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