Thoughts on life by Teri McCarthy



Posted by admin in October 12th, 2008 | 
Published in terimccarthyblahblahblog

Dr.Teri McCarthy is a university professor and speaker who has traveled, taught, and conducted research in more than 60 countries worldwide. Teri has taught in public universities in China, Russia, and most recently Lithuania. Currently she is an associate professor of applied linguistics at Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences in Vilnius. In 2003, Teri led the first academic team into war-torn Kabul, Afghanistan, where she and her colleagues trained 120 Afghan university professors. In 2006, on behalf of UNESCO and the Afghanistan Ministry of Education, Teri joined a team that provided leadership training for all university presidents throughout Afghanistan. Teri earned her PhD in education and Second Language Acquisition from the University of Kansas and holds an MA in TESOL. Teri blogs about life and issues she feels passionately about. She and her husband Daryl have two married children and five grandkids. Teri’s first book, coauthored with good friend Mike Romanowski, Teaching in a Distant Classroom: Crossing Borders for Global Transformation is available at Amazon.com.

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