Teaching English as a Second Language is a broad field with programs designed to teach students from all languages and cultures around the world. Currently, the field is facing an urgent need for qualified teachers and leaders due to increasingly high numbers of immigrants and refugees. To meet this challenge, universities must have a plan for adequately preparing teachers to work with the growing population of non-native English learners.
Creating these programs require an understanding of ways to support English learners academically, linguistically, and culturally as they transition into English speaking schools. Based on the need for support, this article provides a model for university program leaders in meeting the need for future teachers by applying the principles, values, and practices of servant leadership.
"Servant Leadership: Making a Difference in University TESL Programs,"
International Christian Community of Teacher Educators Journal: Vol. 8
, Article 4.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/icctej/vol8/iss2/4