UNELTA Secretary, Catherine Nansobya, and Projects Coordinator, Amoni Kitooke, will deliver a presentation at the TESOL International Convention & Language Expo in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on the Association’s recently concluded project which aimed at leveraging English Language skills for the socioeconomic empowerment of young people in 25 schools in Uganda.
In addition to the joint presentation, Amoni will deliver a presentation titled “Scaffolding learners to Perfecting Language: Judgmental versus constructive evaluation“.
Catherine and Amoni are recipients of prestigious awards offered by TESOL International Association to outstanding English language professionals. Amoni is one of the three people from across the world who will receive the TESOL Leadership Mentoring Award on Tuesday, March 12. This award comes with multiple benefits, including a year-long mentorship relation with a TESOL Leader, complimentary registration for the TESOL International Convention, a cash prize of $1000, and an opportunity to participate in TESOL International Association’s Leadership Development Certificate Program. Catherine received a TESOL Travel Grant worth $2500.