Nancy Elsobkey was born in Kuwait, but is Egyptian and from Alexandria. She lived in Kuwait for 17 years, then moved to Egypt to get her B.Sc. in veterinary medicine. But, she realized she has a passion for languages and teaching. So she received three post graduate certificates, two in teaching, and one in teaching Arabic from The American University in Cairo. She has 10 years of teaching experience, 7 of them in teaching Arabic as a second language. Presently she is working at an Australian University in Dubai UOWD. This is her 4th year there. She loves learning languages and so is learning Chinese now. Nancy likes reading and swimming. She moved to the UAE with her husband 8 years ago. They have two girls, 3 and 8 years old, both fluent in Arabic and English. email@example.com
Teaching with Technology 2014: Language Educators Talking Tech
by Dustin De Felice, Alison Vold, Merih Sumpter, Nancy Elsobkey, Joseph Leibson, Alison Dykman, Laureen Davison, & Allison Comer
In this volume, you'll read the words of educators working with technology in ways that make their classrooms better places. These educators talk about experiences and, ultimately, classroom practices from a broad representation of languages that includes French and Spanish language education in the US, English as a Foreign Language in Turkey, and Arabic as a Second Language in the UAE.
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