Follow TESOL 2012 Conference Via

Dear Readers,

This year, I will be blogging about the convention remotely.  Even though I won’t be attending in person, I hope to find some online events, links, or recordings of sessions to learn from.  I’ll be posting those here for you.  Meanwhile, as the teachers from around the world start to head to Philadelphia for this annual conference, I thought we should start following their tweets.  The hash tag for the conference is #TESOL12.  I set up a e-newspaper to capture the tweets and archive them for all of us to follow.

If you already use this social media tool, then add the hash tag to your content page.  Also, allows you to pin items to your paper to allow for up-to-date information.  For example, that’s what I did today since I just created the new e-newspaper and the content was narrow.  I use as my personal learning network (PLN).  Here is my PLN, The Online Educator:  During the TESOL convention, both of these papers will publish daily and contain the #TESOL12 hashtag.

Please let me know which events will be broadcast or recorded, and I will post them to the blog.  Thanks!


About Sandra Rogers

Sandra Rogers
Mrs. Rogers has a master's in TESOL, as well as the TESOL certificate in the Principles and Practices of Online Teaching. Currently, she's enrolled in a doctorate program for instructional design. She has a K-12 bilingual (Spanish) teaching certificate from California. Her areas of expertise are in bilingual education, culture, language acquisition and development (BCLAD), reading, quality assurance, and technology. She's active in the CALL-IS of TESOL and volunteers to provide free professional development for the Electronic Village Online (EVO). Mrs. Rogers spends her days scoring the TOEFL and TOEIC online for ETS. Additionally, Sandra founded a nonprofit charity to help job seekers find employment utilizing social media as a career tool. Find her on twitter @teacherrogers to learn about tips on integrating technology into the classroom.
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