Have You Read the TESOL Blog Lately?

TESOL International continues to seek ways to provide its members and the public with expert knowledge and opportunities to participate in the field of English language education.  As part of these efforts, the TESOL blog has been revitalized with new, regular bloggers who will write on a variety of important ELT issues and share practical classroom activities and ideas. Here are some of our latest bloggers:

Tara Arntsen: technology in education
Alexandra Lowe: adult education
Kevin Knight: English for specific purposes
Elena Shvidko: second language writing
Deena Boraie: the TESOL President’s blog
Anne Marie Foerster Luu: the TESOL Teacher of the Year blog

And we’re just getting started! We hope the blog continues to be a valuable forum where the TESOL community at large can connect with, share, and support one another.

The TESOL Blog Mission
The TESOL Blog is the official blog of TESOL International Association. Written by TESOL professionals and association leaders, the blog provides readers with news, information, and updates on the latest research, effective classroom practices, and peer-to-peer advice on classroom technology, lesson plans, and other practical topics in the field of English language education.

Write for TESOL!
Interested in writing for the TESOL Blog? We’re always on the lookout for enthusiastic and knowledgeable English language educators or researchers to join our growing network of bloggers. Bloggers can write about day-to-day teaching issues, trends in ELT, teaching resources, etc. Bloggers must

• have English language education expertise
• be committed to excellence in ELT
• be able to blog regularly
• have a specific blog focus in mind

E-mail tbreland@tesol.org to pitch your idea!

Looking for other TESOL resources? Check out TESOL Connections, TESOL’s monthly e-newsletter, which is packed with practical articles, lesson plans, and classroom activities.

About Tomiko Breland

Tomiko Breland
Tomiko Breland is TESOL managing editor. She received her BA in English from Stanford University, her MA in writing from Johns Hopkins University, and her certificate in TESOL from Anaheim University.
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