ESP Project Leader Profiles

Description

The ESP Project Leader Profiles focus on the leadership conceptualization and professional communication of ESP project leaders! In the reference section below, you will be able to read the profiles of ESP project leaders worldwide.

These ESP project leader profiles are described (in an email sent to me) by Karen Schwelle at Washington University in St. Louis as “a nice way to communicate what we do and offer practical, experience-based advice for fellow ESPers around the world.” I agree, and I also think we can learn something about how ESP professionals use communication to achieve success.

– See more at: http://blog.tesol.org/esp-project-leader-profile-kristin-ekkens/#sthash.tRNOv4li.dpuf

References

Go here for all of the ESP project leader profiles and more.

The ESP Project Leader Profiles

  1. May 5, 2015: ESP Project Leader Profile: Kristin Ekkens
  2. June 2, 2015: ESP Project Leader Profile: Charles Hall
  3. July 14, 2015: ESP Project Leader Profile: Ronna Timpa
  4. August 11, 2015: ESP Project Leader Profile: Evan Frendo
  5. September 8, 2015: ESP Project Leader Profile: Jaclyn Gishbaugher
  6. October 6, 2015: ESP Project Leader Profile: Anne Lomperis
  7. October 20, 2015: ESP Project Leader Profile: Ethel Swartley
  8. November 3, 2015: ESP Project Leader Profile: David Kertzner
  9. December 1, 2015: ESP Project Leader Profile: Margaret van Naerssen
  10. December 15, 2015: ESP Project Leader Profile: Marvin Hoffland
  11. January 12, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: John Butcher
  12. January 26, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: Karen Schwelle
  13. February 23, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: Esther Perez Apple
  14. March 8, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: Kevin Knight
  15. April 5, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: Shahid Abrar-ul-Hassan
  16. May 3, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: Robert Connor
  17. May 17, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: Jigang Cai
  18. June 14, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: Ismaeil Fazel
  19. June 28, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: Yilin Sun
  20. July 26, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: Tarana Patel
  21. August 23, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: Prithvi Shrestha
  22. September 6, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: Robin Sulkosky
  23. October 18, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: Philip Chappell
  24. November 2, 2016: ESP Project Leader Profile: Jie Shi
  25. December 13, 2016: The 25th ESP Project Leader Profile: Laurence Anthony
  26. January 24, 2017: ESP Project Leader Profile: Barrie Roberts
  27. February 7, 2017: ESP Project Leader Profile: Jen Cope
  28. February 21, 2017: ESP Project Leader Profile: Susan Barone
  29. March 21, 2017: ESP Project Leader Profile: Debra Lee
  30. April 18, 2017: ESP Project Leader Profile: Kay Westerfield
  31. May 2, 2017: ESP Project Leader Profile: Stephen Horowitz
  32. June 14, 2017: ESP Project Leader Profile: Pam Dzunu
  33. July 11, 2017: ESP Project Leader Profile: Marta Baffy
  34. August 8, 2017: ESP Project Leader Profile: Vince Ricci
  35. September 6, 2017: ESP Project Leader Profile: Kirsten Schaetzel
  36. October 5, 2017: ESP Project Leader Profile: Elizabeth Matthews

Additional blog posts related to the ESP Project Leader Profiles

Additional ESP-related professional development activities

Knight, K. (2004). The ‘Be my guest’ instructor training program. [PowerPoint presentation]. Nara, JA: JALT 2004.

Knight, K. (2010). English for specific purposes: An overview for practitioners and clients (Academic and corporate). [PowerPoint presentation]. Boston, MA: TESOL 2010.

Knight, K. (2011). English for specific purposes: Imagine the possibilities. [PowerPoint presentation]. New Orleans, LA: TESOL 2011.

Knight, K. (2012a). The impact of culture on effective communication in ESP contexts. TESOL Connections. Alexandria, VA: TESOL. Retrieved from http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/tesolc/issues/2012-01-01/index.html

Knight, K. (2012b). TESOL ESPIS community discussions 2011-2012. Professional and Academic English, 39, 31-32.

Knight, K. (2012c). The impact of culture on effective communication in ESP contexts. [PowerPoint presentation]. Philadelphia, PA: TESOL 2012.

Knight, K. (2013a). Online professional development program for ESP global community. The Journal of Kanda University of International Studies, 25, 23-47.

Knight, K. (2013b). Training ESP practitioners online: From T-mail to TESOL community discussions. [PowerPoint presentation]. Dallas, TX: TESOL 2013.

Knight, K. (Organizer and moderator). (2016). TESOL-IATEFL online discussion about how ESP projects can create positive social change. [Virtual seminar]. Hosted by TESOL International Association. Alexandria, VA: TESOL.

Knight, K. (2016). TESOL ESP project leader profiles for professional development of ESP practitioners worldwide [Featured presentation]. In Joint International Conference, ESP in Asia: Frontier and Advancement, The 8th International Conference on ESP in Asia & The 3rd International Symposium on Innovative Teaching and Research in ESP in Japan. Tokyo, Japan: UEC.

Knight, K. (2016). Viewing co-constructed conceptualizations of ESP in multiple genres. In K. Knight (Ed.), ESP News. Alexandria, VA: TESOL.

Knight, K. (2016). TESOL ESP project leader profiles for professional development of ESP practitioners worldwide. In Conference Proceedings of Joint International Conference, ESP in Asia: Frontier and Advancement, The 8th International Conference on ESP in Asia & The 3rd International Symposium on Innovative Teaching and Research in ESP in Japan. Tokyo, Japan: UEC.

Knight, K. (2017). English for specific purposes project leader profiles. The Journal of Kanda University of International Studies, 29.

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