Category: Innovative and Sustainable Practices in Intensive English Programming
This poster will present an ideal model for curriculum design for three different groups of English language teachers: 1-year, 5-years and 10-years teaching experience in the teaching license program in Mongolia.
Bolormaa Batmunkh– English language lecturer, Mongolian National University of Education, Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
English language lecturer
Mongolian National University of Education, Mongolia
Bolormaa Batmunkh is an English lecturer at the Mongolian National University of Education, a major teacher training institution in Mongolia. She was an administrator of a blended learning project in language education in the university in 2013- 2015. She often presents in national and international conferences such as the 11th International Symposium on Teacher Education in East Asia “The Reform and Innovation of Teacher Education in the Internet Era” in October 2016. Some of the projects she completed as a co-researcher are Needs Analysis for English Language Teachers (2013-2014), Institute of Teachers’ Professional Development, Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (MECS) and University Admission Test Reform Project (2014-2016), Education Evaluation Centre, MECS. Her most recent publication is English 3 student’s and teacher’s textbooks for Grade 7 students, aged 13-14 to be used nationwide in 2014. She obtained her Master of Applied Linguistics from the University of Melbourne, Australia in 2010.