Timothy Kryaninko: Propell® Workshop for the TOEFL iBT® Test
The Propell® workshop is a 1-day professional development program designed to help English-language teachers meet the challenges of teaching English to students. The workshop uses examples from the Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing sections of the TOEFL iBT® test. It provides instructional techniques and strategies for using the integrated-skills approach to teaching language and for preparing students for success.
Led by ETS-approved facilitators in an interactive, hands-on classroom setting, the Propell workshop opens the door to increased success in teaching students English as a second language. Teachers will receive a Propell workshop kit that will guide them through stimulating sessions on teaching techniques and activities and help them learn more about the benefits of the TOEFL iBT test. The workshop is also an opportunity to interact with peers and provide feedback to help us improve and develop assessments that meet their needs.
What can you expect from a Propell Workshop?
- Teaching and learning strategies to help promote your students’ success
- Flexible classroom activities to motivate your students
- Learning objectives for lesson plans and classroom activities
- Access to practice test resources
- Speaking and Writing rubrics describing the criteria for student scores
- Networking with other instructors to share ideas
- A certificate upon completion of the workshop
Timothy Kryaninko has been working as Academic Relations Coordinator for ETS Global since 2014 and supports students, English language teachers, and universities in Germany with regards to the TOEFL iBT® and GRE® Tests. He received a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy and English literature from West Virginia University and the German Turkish Master of Arts in Social Sciences from Humboldt University and Middle Eastern Technical University. Prior to working with ETS, he taught in the academic preparatory department at Bosphorus University, and at an online-based language school, where he was Educational Coordinator.
Cost for ELTAF members: EUR 5; non-members: EUR 10 (this does not include lunch).
Please register by sending a separate email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and wait for confirmation before paying the workshop fee to the ELTAF account:
Account no. 756 47 600
Bank code: 500 100 60.
IBAN DE90 5001 0060 0075 6476 00
State your name and the title of the workshop in the reference line. Your registration is only complete when you have transferred the workshop fee.