These courses offer you an online classroom environment with peer-to-peer exchange and instructor feedback. Registration deadlines can be found on each course’s webpage.
- Separating Difference from Disability with Students Learning English as an Additional Language, 24 October – 20 November 2016 Sold Out!
- Training of Trainers: Strengthening Your Continuing Professional Development Program 9 November – 20 December 2016
- Grammar 1: Phrasal Structures, 20 February – 19 March 2017
- Grammar 2: Multiclause Structures, 20 February – 19 March 2017
- ESL for the Secondary Mathematics Teacher, 25 September – 22 October 2017
- ESL for the Secondary Science Teacher, 2 October – 29 October 2017
These courses offer you a self-paced, individualized learning experience. You can register at a time that best fits your schedule.
TESOL Virtual Seminars
TESOL virtual seminars are 90- to 120-minute Webcasts focused on key issues in ESL and EFL. The seminars are easy to access online from your home or office, as a live event or using the playback feature, when it fits your schedule. You can also extend peer-to-peer learning by bringing together ELT professionals in your school or area for the seminar at no extra charge (registration is on a per site basis).
Upcoming Virtual Seminars
Date: 1 November 2016
Date: 16 November 2016
“How to help teachers with lesson planning”
The focus of this practical workshop is learning how to effectively plan soft CLIL lessons using a wide range of materiols and resources. It will be of interest to language teachers of secondary education.
Prof.ssa Paola Cecchi (Scuola Media “A. Manzoni”, Corridonia
Prof.ssa Ludovica Briscese (I.I.S. Corridoni-Campana, Osimo)
The deadline for pre-registration is 30th April
For information and pre-registration contact:
Lisa Kester-Dodgson, Marche local Group Coordinator
BUILDING AN INCLUSIVE, SUSTAINABLE RESEARCH COMMUNITY IN TESOL
TESOL International Association and The International Research Foundation for English Language Education (TIRF) present their first research symposium. Experienced and novice researchers, as well as ELT practitioners and administrators, are encouraged to attend. Registration will open in November 2016.
At this one-of-a-kind event you will
- examine the integrated relationship in selecting a topic, developing the research questions, and identifying the proper methodology for your study
- find ways to connect your research with English language policy and practice
- network with other researchers and practitioners to discuss current and planned research
- discover how you could use TIRF’s Research Priorities and TESOL’s Research Agenda in your studies
Into the future of ELT – 42nd National Convention
Teachers and Learners as Agents of Change