Patience and practice are important in conversation, according to TESOL students


As part of their Evening English Exchange, TESOL majors hosted a program on Nov. 7 called “The Art of Conversation” to improve non-native speakers’ conversational skills, as well as allow the students to practice their teaching.

Dr. Neil Anderson shares his three, two, one method to promote better learning and teaching by thinking about how people think


In this year’s Convocation, Dr. Neil J. Anderson, TESOL professor, articulated increasing metacognitive engagement through the BYU-Hawaii Framework for Learning and Teaching, or in his own words, “thinking about thinking.”

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