Posts Tagged ‘Wilma Luth’

Alum Wilma Luth: Good Practices

January 15, 2010

Wilma Luth

How do you increase awareness without anyone standing right beside you and calling your attention to what is there?  How can you see what’s right in front of you, familiar and predictable, with a fresh perspective?  How can teachers grow and development themselves professionally?  How can students learn to create awareness for themselves?  Ask Wilma Luth.

Wilma Luth (SMAT 17, 1998) has lived on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido for many years.  Besides her own EFL teaching, she is an active member of the Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT).  It is in the dual capacity that she was invited to present a workshop on good teaching practices to Hokkaido’s EFL teachers at a regional meeting of the national association.  Describing the work, she says, “I enjoy giving workshops like this that help teachers stop and think about what they’re doing in the classroom. So many teachers rarely spend the kind of reflective time that could really re-energize their teaching.” (more…)


Wilma Luth Trains Teachers

January 11, 2009

In the December 2009 issue of The Language Teacher (Japan Association for Language Teaching, vol. 33, no. 12), Wilma Luth (SMAT 17, 1998) is cited as a highlight of the JALT Hokkaido Chapter’s programs in 2009.

Her presentation, “Good Practices That Help Students Learn and Teachers Grow,” was not only noted for its effectiveness, but also demonstrated exemplary practices in learner engagement and reflection, hallmarks of an SIT education.

Congratulations, Wilma!