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Tag Archives: TESOL 2012
At the ESP IS Open Meeting at TESOL 2012, Sarah Sahr, TESOL professional development manager, announced that the TESOL Resource Center (TRC) would make some resources available free of charge to everyone in the world – members and nonmembers of … Continue reading
Last week, TESOL professionals from around the world gathered at the 2012 TESOL convention to exchange ideas and information about English language teaching. The end of the convention should not signal the end of professional development, however. Continuing to build our skills … Continue reading
The CALL-IS is hosting several free webcasts during the TESOL conference starting tomorrow. If you’re at the conference, you can attend these live events.
Hello ESPers worldwide! This will be a short communication as TESOL 2012 is nearly here, and I know that some of our colleagues have already left for Philadelphia. Before I make the long trip myself, I wanted to share with … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what TESOL affiliates are doing to enhance ELT in their regions around the world? If so, Philadelphia is the place to answer that question! Did you know there are more than 100 teachers’ organizations all over … Continue reading
Today and tomorrow (19-20 January) the TESOL Community is hosting an online discussion on empirical and practical perspectives on teacher effectiveness in ELT, which will also be the topic of my Presidential Plenary at the TESOL 2012 Annual Convention & … Continue reading