Lecturer in Language
Brittany Ober has been teaching at the American Language Program since 2012. She teaches various levels in the Intensive English Program at the ALP, English for International and Public Affairs at SIPA, and the U.S. Career & Communication Accelerator course at SPS.
Since 2015, she has been the co-chair of the ALP’s annual winter conference for TESOL professionals. Ober’s pedagogical interests include extensive listening, critical thinking, and incorporating art, poetry, and music into ESL instruction. Her recent professional projects include presenting at the ANUPI conference in Acapulco, Mexico on aesthetics and English-language teaching, co-teaching a teacher training seminar on English Medium Instruction at Universidad Panamericana, Guadalajara, and writing Project-Based Language Learning courses for the ALP’s summer curriculum.
Ober is currently a member of the Lecturer Advisory Committee. She is also studying in the Philosophy and Education department at Teachers College, Columbia University.
- M.A. TESOL, The New School
- B.A., Muhlenberg College
In the News
Reflections on a Remote Year
"At first I was overwhelmed. So I went back to basics and thought about my Teaching Philosophy."
American Language Program Lecturer Shares Insights on Project-Based Learning and Remote English Language Instruction Across the Globe
Ober presented on the topics of writing and remote English language instruction to faculties in China and Mexico.