Wise ESL Symposium Presents Patrick T. Randolph

Wise ESL Symposium Presents Patrick T. Randolph

The Applied Language Institute at Missouri University of Science and Technology is pleased to host Patrick T. Randolph as a guest speaker at the annual Wise ESL Symposium.

Patrick T. Randolph was awarded the “Best of the TESOL Affiliates” for his presentation on vocabulary pedagogy in 2015. He is the author of six books, including , “Cat Got Your Tongue?,” with Paul McPherron. Randolph specializes in vocabulary acquisition, creative and academic writing, speech, and debate. He has created a number of brain-based learning activities for specific language skills classes.

He continues to research current topics in neuroscience, especially studies related to exercise and learning, memory, and mirror neurons. He and Joseph Ruppert are now working on a creative writing book for TESOL Press’s New Ways Series. He lives with his wife, Gamze; daughter, Aylene; and cat, Gable, in Lincoln, NE.

When: Friday, May 19, 1:00PM

Where: SWBCC Great Room, 1207 N. Elm Street, Rolla, MO, 65409

RSVP/More information: mstali@mst.edu


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