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"A Timeless Oasis of Education in the Heart of Athens" | Source: www.lifo.gr | Article by Elias S. Foutsis, Hon PhD, President and Founder of New York College
The SUNY Board of Trustees has appointed Greek-born Jim Malatras as the new (14th) Chancellor of STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, the largest comprehensive University in the USA, with 64 campuses and 420,000 students. Jim Malatras assumed his duties in the leadership of SUNY on August 31, 2020.
Top performance of UNIVERSITY OF BOLTON in the ranking of British Universities --according to Guardian for the year 2021-- which is affiliated with NEW YORK COLLEGE for offering academic programs (Bachelor, Master, PhD) on site in Greece.
‘TA NEA’, a major Greek newspaper, has published an article written by Elias E. Foutsis, Hon PhD, President and Founder of NEW YORK COLLEGE, on the legacy of Ethnarch Ioannis Kapodistrias in Education.
The well-known for his influential research Dr. Alessandro Benati will deliver a lecture on New York College
The well-known for his influential research Dr. Alessandro Benati, Professor of Applied Linguistics and Director of Applied Research and Outreach in Language Education (CAROLE), University of Greenwich will deliver a lecture on
“The role of Grammar Instruction in Second Language Learning and Teaching”
On Friday 13 November at 11.00
At New York College, Amalias 38, Athens
Professor Benati will respond to questions such as how do people learn grammar? Does instruction make a difference? Is there an effective pedagogical intervention to grammar instruction? and will explain how The question on the role of grammar instruction has shifted from ‘Does instruction make a difference to ‘Does manipulating input make a difference?’
The lecture is open to students and teachers of foreign languages.