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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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Taking TESOL to the World: Mexico

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

The TESOL President’s Blog In keeping with this year of firsts for TESOL International Association, and as part of our goal of “Taking TESOL to the World,” following our first event in India (with the association’s first president of Indian … Continue reading

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Taking TESOL to the World: Vietnam

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

The TESOL President’s Blog In the previous TESOL President’s Blog post, I wrote about leading and managing change and innovation, which was one of the main themes of TESOL International Association’s first symposium in Vietnam last month, which followed the … Continue reading

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The Cairo TESOL International Symposium Experience

Deena Boraie
Deena Boraie

The TESOL President’s Blog Last week on 27 January, TESOL held an international symposium in Cairo, Egypt, organized in partnership with Egypt’s TESOL affiliate, NileTESOL, and The American University in Cairo. For me and for TESOL this was a very … Continue reading

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Rethinking English Language Teaching and Learning in China

Deena Boraie
Deena Boraie

I have just come back from a very successful TESOL Symposium held in Guangzhou, China. We were hosted at the beautiful Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, which is located near Baiyun Mountain. The theme of the conference was really intriguing: … Continue reading

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