SOME OF MY WORK
InfographicAccreditation Infographic. Ever attempt to explain different types of accreditation to anyone not already familiar with the process? My elevator speech only goes so far.
|Book Review: Five Dimensions of Quality: A Common Sense Guide to Accreditation and Accountability|
Book ReviewsThe current issue of the Planning for Higher Education Journal focuses on all-things accreditation. I'm thrilled to have contributed a review of Linda Suskie's 'Five Dimensions of Quality: A Common Sense Guide to Accreditation and Accountability.' I love this book.
|Developing an IEP Marketing Strategy 101|
ConferencesThis year's #EnglishUSA professional development conference offered several high-impact sessions on marketing for the language program administrator's tool box. Very impressed with the ongoing learning and reflective work of our professional colleagues.
|New Article: Strategic Planning for Turbulent Times|
Professional ArticlesThe idea of strategic planning is something that I regularly take issue with, and evidently I'm not the only one. During a meeting with several C-level executives, the topic of strategic planning came up.
|#TESOL2018 Presentation – After the Restructure: Leadership Skills for Survivors|
ConferencesThis year at #TESOL18, I will be co-presenting a practice-oriented session for IEP administrators leading change. Joining me is Britt Johnson from the University of Oregon’s American English Institute.
|#EnglishUSA Poster: Developing an IEP Marketing Strategy 101|
ConferencesThe EnglishUSA Professional Development Conference is right around the corner! This conference specifically targets professionals involved in Intensive English programs. The conference schedule looks fantastic - check it out here.
|#TESOL Administrator Knowledge Base|
Random Blog PostEvery once in awhile, a recurrent theme emerges from the discussions happening in the various spheres of my professional life. In the past week, the issue of transitioning from teacher to administrator/leader has surfaced both in casual conversation among peers and in the online TESOL community.
|Informal Strategic Planning|
Random Blog PostThe nexus of strategic planning rests in the idea that 1) given a set of known circumstances an organization can 2) engage in certain deliberate actions which will 3) lead to a more desirable outcome than if it had done nothing at all.
|Pearson's Global Scale of English - Applications|
Conferences - Random Blog PostProblem: Learning another language takes time. The ultimate paradox being that the better you get at a language, the slower you progress.