Mohsine Bensaid, Professional Instructor, joined the ACCESS program in the fall of 2010. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Linguistics and Literature from Ibn Tofail University, Morocco, another Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Denison University, Granville, Ohio, and a Master of Arts degree in TESL from Kent State University where he is currently pursuing a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in TESL. His academic interests include ESL learners’ writing errors, corrective feedback on students’ writing, and strategies to improve writing proficiency. Before joining the ACCESS team, Mr. Bensaid worked as an EFL instructor and assistant director of studies at MasterBEC Business English Centre in Kenitra, Morocco for two years.
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The Ashland Center for English Studies (ACCESS) equips international professionals, undergraduate, and graduate students with the knowledge, skills, and experiences in English needed to fully engage with the intellectual, professional, and social communities on campus and in... Read More