In order to promote the connotation development and characteristic development of our university, to broaden teachers' international horizons and to improve teaching levels and skills, the Academic Affairs Department and Office of International Exchange and Cooperation jointly invited Dr. Esther Enns, the Senior Adviser for Teaching and Learning from Saint Mary's University to give a series of lectures on November 13thand 14th.
Dr. Esther Enns used to be former Acting Vice President (academic and research) and Dean of the College of Arts at Saint Mary's University. For many years, she has been engaged in teaching and researching language teaching methods and teacher professional development.
In her lectures "Integrating Experiential Learning and Academic Study" and "Laying the Groundwork for Personal Professional Development", the significant role of Experiential Learning in higher education was well illustrated and the path and experience of teacher's professional development was shared. BNUZ faculty and staffs benefited greatly.