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Tag Archives: 2013 TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo
The World Peace Game: How Can We Solve for X?
In an era of unprecedented volatility, ambiguity, impassioned conflict, and intractable problems that affect the basic living conditions and prosperity of many, education has never been more important or more in need of purpose, meaning, and applicability. The solutions to … Continue reading
Posted in TESOL Blog, TESOL Convention Blog, TESOL Leadership Blog Tagged as 2013 TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo, conflict resolution, critical thinking skills, John Hunter, Opening General Keynote, peace education, Plenary address, TESOL 2013, The Martin Institute for Teaching Excellence, World Peace Game Leave a comment
Advocating for TESOL as a Profession
In my day job, I direct the Center for English as a Second Language (CESL) at the University of Arizona (UA). The UA is a large, public university located in the city of Tucson in southern Arizona about 100 kilometers … Continue reading
Posted in TESOL Blog, TESOL Convention Blog, TESOL Leadership Blog Tagged as 2013 Presidential Plenary, 2013 TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo, Center for English as a Second Language, corporatizing the university, English as a second language, English language teaching, higher education funding, Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, TESOL, TESOL funding, TESOL President, University of Arizona 4 Comments