The TESOL Teacher of the Year Award was created by TESOL and NationalGeographic Learning to recognize and pay tribute to exceptional English language teachers at all levels. Applicants will be evaluated on their ability to create a supportive and encouraging learning environment by providing quality language instruction based on well-articulated theory, philosophy, educational research, and best practices. Any English language teacher who has been a classroom teacher for a minimum of three years, and is not a previous recipient of this award, is eligible to apply; applicants are not required to be members of TESOL International Association. The winner will receive $1,000, free one-year TESOL membership, free registration for the TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo the year of the award, plus three nights’ hotel and round-trip airfare, $250 voucher for the TESOL Bookstore, and more.
Deadline: July 19, 2020, for applications and letters of recommendation
The Master of Arts in Liberal Arts and Master of Arts in Eastern Classics at St. John’sCollege are pathways to deeper engagement with the great books of the liberal arts tradition. Immerse yourself in small, dynamic classes where graduate students read and discuss over 3,000 years of books that shed light on the complicated and persistent questions surrounding our shared human experience. Ranked among the best colleges for the quality of the faculty and classroom experience, St. John’s offers a flexible class schedule, online and in-person class options, and generous scholarships for educators—making this education possible for busy teachers. St. John’s is now accepting applications for the 2022 academic year.
In 2010 the National Archives entered into a cooperative agreement with The University of Virginia Press to create Founders Online and make freely available the historical documents of the founders of the United States of America.
Fabricius is a Google Arts & Culture Lab Experiment that uses machine learning to help translate ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs. In the Learn section of Fabricius, students take their first steps into the world of hieroglyphs.