YEREVAN, Armenia – On April 14, the American University of Armenia’s (AUA) Center for Research in Applied Linguistics held a colloquium on Online Education.
Echmiadzin, Armenia – Two graduate students from the AUA Master’s Program in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (MA TEFL) just finished conducting their Capstone projects at Mer Doon, a non-for-profit organization.
MA TEFL Student Arus Khcheyan Named “Best Student” in the Nationwide Competition by RA Ministry of Education and ScienceMarch 4, 2017
YEREVAN, Armenia- On March 3, Arus Khcheyan, a graduate student at the American University of Armenia (AUA) Teaching English as a Foreign Language program, was named “Best Student” in the Nationwide Competition by the RA Ministry of Education and Science.
Last year, philanthropists Berj and Sonia Kalaidjian made the future of Armenia a priority. Through the establishment of a named endowed scholarship at the American University of Armenia (AUA), they are ensuring deserving students the opportunity to study at AUA, regardless of their financial standing.
YEREVAN, Armenia – On December 24, 2016, the AUA Paramaz Avedisian Building’s first floor corridors were filled with the sound of little footsteps rushing to attend a Sprout Christmas and New Year Party.
YEREVAN, Armenia – Professor Marina Dodigovic, together with a former student and colleague, recently published a chapter in the book Current Issues in Language Evaluation, Assessment and Testing: Research and Practice, edited by C. Gitsaki and C. Coombe.
YEREVAN, Armenian – An internationally recognized teacher educator in the field of English Language Teaching, Scott Thornbury along with Addeh Hovassapian of the British Council of Armenia spoke with Yerkir Media on education and language teaching in Armenia.
YEREVAN, Armenia – On November 18, the Center for Research in Applied Linguistics (CRAL) of the American University of Armenia (AUA) hosted a lecture for language teachers and teacher educators, led by Scott Thornbury.
A recently published book by TESOL Press entitled New Ways in Teaching with Humor explores ways in which humor can be used in teaching English language. It offers a wide range of activities for beginning to advanced level students.
YEREVAN, Armenia – On October 5 and 7, the American University of Armenia’s (AUA) Teaching English as a Foreign Language program and the Center for Research in Applied Linguistics together with the British Council Armenia organized a live streaming of the British Council’s first online Teaching for Success Conference.