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Involving Parents in their Children's English Learning Journey

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Wednesday, March 13, 2024

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03:00 PM Europe/Paris

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Agenda

PURPOSE

This webinar will be a panel discussion. More information on the agenda and speakers coming soon. 

Karina Anvarova

Karina Anvarova is a Senior sales manager at ETS Global, focusing on the TOEFL Young Students Series. She has a Master degree in Teaching Foreign Languages from Saint Petersburg University in Russia and a Master degree in International Business & Relations from University of La Rochelle in France. 
Karina is enthusiastic about young learners including their learning path and educational successes, as well as the digitisation of education and its' impacts on young learners. Running several projects for young learners and offering expertise on assessment literacy and data usage, she is working closely with the ETS’ research team and TOEFL Young Students Series program in Princeton USA. Karina actively contributes in schools' educational success. 

Veronika Timpe-Laughlin

Veronika Timpe-Laughlin is a Senior Research Scientist at Educational Testing Service (ETS). She holds a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics/TESOL and an M.A. Ed. in teaching English and German from TU Dortmund University (Germany) as well as an M.A. in Language Testing from Lancaster University (UK). Veronika began her career as an English and German teacher in Germany and Mexico. Since joining ETS in 2013, Veronika’s research has focused on young learner assessment and multilingual education among young children. She also serves as the research coordinator for the TOEFL® Young Student Series. Recently, her research was published in Language Testing and Language Teaching Research. When not conducting research, Veronika is raising two bilingual children and has co-founded Bilingual Babies and Sharing Languages, special interest groups that bring together educators, researchers, and parents interested in advancing the quality of language and cultural education for young children.