Iris Myers

Degrees:

B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies at the National University San Diego, California.

M.S. in Instructional Technology and Media Management in education Potsdam College of the State University of New York Potsdam, New York.

Teaching Interests:

Teaching foreign language with an emphasis on learning disability challenges. I work closely with students with special needs in order to build confidence and study skills in the Spanish language.

As director of the Language Resource Center at Roanoke College, I actively pursue breaking edge technology and teaching methods to bring into the classroom as learning enrichment. I maintain a staff of student assistants, preparing them with interpersonal, customer service, and professional skill development.

Scholarly Activities:

Mid-Atlantic Association for Language Learning Technology (MAALLT) conference coordinator, Roanoke College Language Resource Center Director, Roanoke College Elementary Spanish Coordinator, and Foreign Language Placement Tool and Competency Test Coordinator, organize RC Foreign Language Department technology workshops, Roanoke County Advanced Placement Test Administrator for languages.

Extracurricular:

Aerobic exercises, yoga, Tai Chi, reading health/nutrition non-fiction, microbiotics and raw cooking, outdoor activities, gardening, feng-shui home design, furniture refurbishing, and much more!

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From international trade consulting to Spanish cooking, Roanoke College alumni launch new careers after teaching English in Spain

From international trade consulting to Spanish cooking, Roanoke College alumni launch new careers after teaching English in Spain

Roanoke graduates teach English and learn Spanish culture through the North American Language and Culture Assistants Program. The program has inspired several Roanoke alumni to forge new career paths.

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