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Tag Archives: TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo
Coming to the TESOL conference? I’ve said it before (last year) and I’ll say it again. Whether it’s your first time or your fifteenth, there are always new things to learn. Here are some tips on having the best experience … Continue reading
Happy New Year! May 2013 be bright, beautiful, and full of promise for us all. It was my great honor to be invited to give a plenary at ORTESOL 2012 on 16 and 17 November. The theme of the Oregon … Continue reading
The deadline to submit proposals for next year’s TESOL conference is June 1. Have you got your proposal ready? Here are a few tips on improving the proposals that you submit.
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.
Dear Readers, Last year, I attended the pre-conference institute (PCI) on teaching pronunciation that focused on vowel quality and suprasegmentals. Shirley Thompson and Karen Taylor of English Language Training Solutions, LLC, provided the workshop. I learned about the concepts of … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
March means that it’s time for the annual conference and time to renew my membership. Since I won’t be attending the TESOL convention this year, I know that with my membership, I can keep abreast of the latest research in … 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