Liet worked at UCQ for two years in 2013-14 and came back in August 2018 to add another two years. Her MPhil research was in the acquisition of English grammatical structures of Arabic-speaking women living in England. She has 41 years of experience in teaching English, which she has taught in 11 countries on 3 continents (Qatar, Jordan, Palestine, Mexico, Indonesia, Canada, England, Holland, France, China and Brazil). Her main interests are teaching English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and TESOL training (training Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages). Her previous EAP teaching experiences in the Middle East were at universities in Nablus and Amman.
“Integration of English Language Modules into the Introduction to Engineering Design Course in the Vantage College 1st Year Engineering Program at the University of British Columbia”, (co-authors Saloome Motavas and Vladan Prodanovic) CEEA (June 2017)
“A Teacher’s Response to ‘Brain, Cognition and Learning in Adulthood’”, OECD (Paris, 2007)
“Comprendre le Cerveau: Naissance d’une Science de l’Apprentissage”, OCDE (Paris, 2007)