Dana Saito-Stehberger

For more than 20 years, Dana Saito-Stehberger has taught in classrooms in different areas of the world, experimenting with best instructional practices in a variety of settings. She has taught in k-12 classrooms, junior colleges, intensive English programs, and in Masters and Doctoral programs in the United States, Costa Rica, and in Germany. The title of her dissertation is “In search of communicative instruction of pragmatic competence in an online learning environment: A case study.” She is currently the Curriculum Coordinator and an Instructor in International Programs at the University of California, Irvine. She has an MA in International Education from Framingham State College and an Ed.D in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) from Alliant International University in San Diego.

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Presentations: Speaking so that People Listen (Coursera)

Do you have to give presentations in school or at your work? Is it nerve-racking? Then you've come to the right place. Everyone gets a little nervous when they think about having to stand in front of other people and speak intelligently. This course will give you helpful tips [...]
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Academic Listening and Note-Taking (Coursera)

This course will help non-native English speakers improve their listening and note-taking skills for the purpose of listening to academic lectures. You will learn techniques for improving your understanding and skills for taking more effective notes, and you will get lots of practice in using these. If you're planning [...]
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