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Workshops for National and International Schools Outside the U.S.

  • Seaman, Alan; Kline, Cassandra; Thompson, Sally; Seaman, Kimberly. “Passport to Adventure: A Two-Day Teacher-Training Conference.” Surabaya and Bogor, Indonesia, July 2014.
  • Seaman, A. “The Art of Learning the English Language.” Novelink Training Center, Xiamen, China, May 2014.
  • Seaman, A. “Integrating a Christian Worldview into Content-Based EFL Materials.” International Christians in English Language Teaching Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, May 2014.
  • Seaman, A. “Giving Voice to English Language Diversity through Audio Recordings” International Christians in English Language Teaching Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, May 2014.
  • Seaman. A. “TESOL: The State of the Art and a View to the Future.” Plenary address, Annual Thailand Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand, February 2014.
  • Seaman, Alan; Vroom, Sara; Van Maanen, Grace; Hong, Esther. "Passport to Adventure: A Two-Day Teacher-Training Conference." Surabaya and Bogor, Indonesia, August 2012.

  • Seaman, Alan and Canning, Michael. “Excellence in Teaching Workshop: Principles and Methods for Teaching English in Bilingual Schools.” International Christians in English Language Teaching Conference (CELT), Hong Kong, January 29, 2012.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Issues and Models for ESL in Christian International Schools” and “Passport to Adventure: A New Christian EFL Textbook Series.” Papers presented at the International
    Christians in English Language Teaching Conference (CELT), Hong Kong, January 27- 28, 2012.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Foundational Ideas: English Language Teaching and Globalization”; “Strategies for Teaching Speaking and Listening”; “Strategies for Teaching Vocabulary and Literacy”. (Featured speaker for one day of workshops.) Korean English Educators Conference, Gyeonggi Suwon International School, Suwon, Korea, November 24, 2010.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Strategies for Understanding and Communicating with ELLs”; “Strategies for Academic Writing and Error Correction”; “Strategies for Building Academic Vocabulary and Reading Skills”; “Strategies for Planning and Assessment” (Featured speaker for a series of seminars.) International Children’s Educator Convention, Suwon, Korea, November 25-27, 2010.

  • Seaman, Alan. Plenary address. “Effective Methodologies for Foreign Language Education” Korean Christian Educators Conference, Suwon, Korea, November 27, 2010.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Teaching Large Multilevel Classes in China” Featured workshop at the Annual Thailand Conference (ATC), Chiang Mai, Thailand, January 2010.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Principles for Effective Assessment.” Featured workshop at the Annual Thailand Conference (ATC), Chiang Mai, Thailand, January 2010.

  • Seaman, Alan. “ESL Strategies for Every Classroom Teacher (A Six-part Series).” “Developing a Quality ESL Program for Your School,” “ESL Programs and Policies for International Schools” Featured speaker at the International Christian Educators Conference (ICEC) in Hong Kong, December 2008.

  • Seaman, Alan. “ESL Strategies for Every Classroom Teacher: A Four-Part Workshop.” Alliance Academy International, Quito, Ecuador, March 2008. (Featured speaker for professional development workshops attended by the faculty of three schools.)

  • Seaman, Alan. “ESL Strategies for Every Classroom Teacher (A Six-part Series).” “Developing a Quality ESL Program for Your School,” “ESL Programs and Policies for International Schools” Featured speaker at the International Christian Educators Conference (ICEC) at Kandern, Germany, April 2007.

  • Seaman, Alan. English Language Specialist, U.S. Department of State. Mindanao English Language Enhancement Project.” The Philippines, March 2007.
    • “English Language and Literature Teaching,” Xavier University, Cagayan de Oro
      City, Mindanao.
    • “Current Trends and Issues in Language Learning and Teaching” PALT Conference
      University of the Philippines, Manila.
    • “Construction of Workbooks for Language Subjects,” University of Mindanao, Davao.
    • “Techniques on Module and Workbook Construction in English,” University of the Immaculate Conception, Davao.

  •  Seaman, Alan. “ESL Strategies for Every Classroom Teacher: A Four-Part Workshop.” International School Faculty Training Sessions, George Washington International School, Casablanca, Morocco, Oct. 2006.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Incarnation or Imperialism? Lessons from the Past for Today’s Christian
    English Teachers” Plenary address at the International Christians in English Language Teaching Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand, January 2006.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Developing Strategies for Bilingual Education: Six Workshops” Featured speaker, International Congress on Bilingual Education, Bogota, Colombia, March 2006.

  • Seaman, Alan. “ESL Strategies for All Teachers.” Featured seminar series, International Christian Educator Conference - Latin America. Orlando, FL January 2005.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Envisioning the Multicultural, Multilingual International School” Featured
    seminar series, ICEC International Educator Conference, Vienna, Austria, April 2004.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Envisioning the Multicultural, Multilingual International School” Featured
    seminar series, ICEC International Educator Conferences, Nairobi, Kenya, April 2004.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Seven Current Trends in SLA and TESOL.” Keynote Address at the National Conference for Chinese English Professors, Kunming, China, June 2002.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Current Trends in TESOL.” Keynote address at the Tianjin Area English Professors’ Association Conference, Tianjin China, May 2002.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Teaching ESL in Christian International Schools: A Six-Part Training Series.”
    ICEC International Educator Conference, Quito, Ecuador, January 2002.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Teaching ESL in International Schools: A Six-Part Training Series.” ICEC International Educator Conference, Budapest, Hungary, April 2001.

  • Seaman, Alan. “Teaching ESL in International Schools: A Six-Part Training Series.” ICEC International Educator Conference, Nairobi, Kenya, April 2001.

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