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Hawai’i TESOL 2016: TESOL Supporting Its U.S. Affiliates

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

The TESOL President’s Blog Last month, on February 13, Hawai’i TESOL held its annual conference with the theme of “Languacultures and ELT” at Kapi’olani Community College, Honolulu, Oahu, where I was invited to give the plenary address. I was able to … Continue reading

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TESOL International Association Supporting Its Affiliates in Africa

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

The TESOL President’s Blog On 26 and 27 January, NileTESOL held its 20th annual conference at the American University in Cairo (AUC), at which I was invited to give a plenary presentation and workshop. I was able to contribute to … Continue reading

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United We Stand: With Africa TESOL

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

The TESOL President’s Blog TESOL International Association’s 50th year has been one of many ground-breaking events, including our first events in India (April), in Vietnam (August), in Mexico (November), and in Singapore (December), demonstrating our commitment to “Take TESOL to … Continue reading

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Taking TESOL to the World: Singapore

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

The TESOL President’s Blog In another year of “fifty-firsts,” in other words, a year of first-time events in our 50th year, TESOL International Association held its first regional conference in Asia, on 3–5 December, in Singapore, in partnership with the National … Continue reading

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NYS TESOL 2015: TESOL Supporting Its U.S. Affiliates

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

The TESOL President’s Blog The word “nice” has not only fallen into disuse over the years, but it can now produce some strong negative feelings, such as those expressed by Natalie Sisson, in her 2011 piece on “Why Nice Should … Continue reading

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