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Antony Erben


Antony Erben

Meet Antony Erben

Chair/Associate Professor, TESOL Coordinator, Education


1984 University of Sydney, Australia, B.A.
1985 University of Sydney, Australia, Dip.Ed. (with merit)
1990 University of Sydney, Australia, M.A. (with merit)
2001 Lancaster University, United Kingdom, Ph.D.

Courses Taught:

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL I, II)
Teaching English as a Second Language: TESOL

Career Specialties:

Antony Erben has extensive experience in the areas of teaching English to speakers of other languages and second language development.

Professional and Community Activities:

Erben has been involved in ESOL and foreign language
education in the U.S. and overseas for the past 20 years. His main interests have centered on innovative technology use in the promotion of second language learning. Currently, he is co-series editor for a Routledge publication called Teaching English Language Learners Across the Curriculum. He has written and/or attracted a combined total of more than 200 articles, chapters, reports, curriculum products, newsletters, conference presentations and grants during his career.

Honors and Awards:

2006 Honoree, International Webby Award for website SEEDS 2 – Education Category
2004-2005 Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award, University of South Florida
2005 Florida Center for Refugees & Survivors of Torture, Honored for work in helping refugees in Tampa Bay area, United Nations Day
2004 American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages / FDP-Houghton Mifflin Award for Excellence in Foreign Language Instruction Using Technology with IALL
2003 USF International Photo Competition, Finalist, “The Australian Bush”
2002 – 2003  President, Florida Foreign Language Association
2003 Florida Foreign Language Association, “Teacher Hall of Fame”
2001 – 2004 Regional Director, Florida Foreign Language Association
1998 Australian University Teacher of the Year Award in Education
1997 Vice Chancellor’s Teacher of the Year Award, Central Queensland University
1996 Research Scholarship to Lancaster, United Kingdom, Lancaster University
1993 – 1995 National Secretary, Australian Association of Immersion Teachers