Pinoy teacher in Thailand receives “Research Advocacy Award 2019”


What a great way it is for Rev. Rudyl Rosales Lumaad, a Pinoy teacher in Thailand to end 2019 and welcome 2020 with a bang.

On 28 December 2019, ISTAR convened him the “RESEARCH ADVOCACY AWARD 2019” during the International Seminar-Workshop on Multidisciplinary Innovation and Practice in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages at Asian Institute of Technology in Pathumthani, Thailand.

A former agriculturist, awarded “Cum Laude” of ASSCAT, Rev. Rudyl Rosales Lumaad of Central Baptist Church and Bible College of CBIM International, Philippines advances his career by utilizing his degree in education to achieve effectiveness in teaching in the field of academia.

Rev. Rudyl is a certified TESOL trainer and Congress Vice-chairman of the International Society of Teachers, Administrators, and Researchers (ISTAR). His 13 years of work experience, trainings and workshops at Phranakhon Rajabhat University, continue to strengthen his innovative approaches in teaching English to non-native speakers of the language.

Indeed, through ISTAR TESOL trainings, Rev. Rudyl is able to impart his invaluable knowledge, expertise, and meritorious leadership in the congresses, trainings, seminars and workshops to teachers and educators of the English language to become more effective in their teaching professions.

His notable topics include Basic Grammar In Use for the Gen Z learners, Technology of Teaching, Psychomotor Build -up, and Music Pedagogy.

In his lectures and presentations, Rev. Rudyl never fails to impart biblical insights and encourages educators to maximize their talents, skills, and creativity that God has given to them.

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