A mini-webinar on The Rise of Multilingual Identity in a Global Educational Nexus: Does It Matter to PWU? hosted by the School of Arts and Sciences will be held on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 , 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM via Google Meet.
The activity is presented in collaboration with the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, PWU Learning Delivery Team & PWU Technology Integration Team
ABSTRACT: The separation of the Soviet Union marked the end of the Cold War. The process of transition imposed different challenges to each of the concerned countries in varying degrees. This phenomenon hastens educational reforms and multilingualism educational strategies and trends. The efficacious system in the international arena gives implications for the already existing multilingual policies and linguistic landscapes of the Philippines. Such implications will matter to The Philippine Women’s University, which engages in and piloted women education in Asia. In this short lecture, I will also zero in on the metamorphosis of the drastic policy probation made to obtain the successful integration of the policies and its implementation through language education and innovation in technology toward the imposition of the educational nexus that shapes the global landscape.
Prof. ELIZABETH ANN T. GUTIERREZ is Assistant Professor at PWU. She is a seasoned university lecturer and curriculum developer in China’s technological education institute. Selected as consultant and trainer in the Trilingualism program in Kazakhstan, for the Russian-Kazakhstrategic educational plan. A presenter and author of various research undertakings in the field of linguistics, business, and education. Specialist in TESOL and IELTS instruction. A coach for English Olympiad Champions for the regional and national category for Ust-Kamenogorsk. Has innovated communication of the business processing outsourcing industry in finance and sales. A previous writer in one of the known elite lifestyle magazines in the Philippines that supports Filipino talents. Advocate of postmodernism language education