This year’s edition of the Sirio Di Giuliomaria Award is in perfect harmony with the title of the TESOL Italy 46th Convention Disruptive Innovations in ELT.It is aimed at innovative and inspiring teachers, who have been able to respond effectively and successfully to the emerging needs and challenges in teaching caused by the pandemic.
Therefore, if you think you used innovative strategies and technologies to ensure your students’ effective communicative learning in the classroom, join Sirio Di Giuliomaria award. If you feel you are a ‘disruptive innovator in ELT’, send in your application by filling out this form (https://forms.gle/hUDYBaaej5io6NGy9).
To present and share your teaching experience you need to write a rationale (max 500 words) and upload a video presentation (max 5 mins) in the registration form.
The Award Committee will select the most suitable application, based on the innovative features of the proposal submitted.
Full details of the winning proposal will be presented at the opening ceremony of the TESOL Italy 46th Convention and published on TESOL Italy website.
The winner will receive a free membership to TESOL Italy for 2022 and a free course offered by ‘ILA Progetti’.
The deadline to submit a proposal is November 8th 2021.
The Sirio Di Giuliomaria Award
What is the Sirio Di Giuliomaria Award?
This is an award that TESOL Italy confers once a year to a public school teacher for innovative classroom work. The teacher is awarded TESOL Italy membership and convention admission for three years, including three year subscriptions to the Newsletter, Perspectives and English Teaching Forum (estimated value of €255)
What is the Sirio di Giuliomaria Award?
This is an award that TESOL Italy confers once a year to TESOL Italy member for his or her contribution to the life and mission of the association. The teacher is awarded TESOL Italy membership and TESOL Italy National Convention admission for three years, including three year subscriptions to the Newsletter, Perspectives and English Teaching Forum (estimated value of €255).
Download a more detailed explanation of the award in Italian here .
2020 – Maria Irene Davì
2019 – Janine Sprague Zolle
2018 – Elisa Tuzzetti
2017 – Michela Romoli
2016 – Alessandra Cannelli
2015 – Michael Joseph Ennis
2014 – Anna Mazzeo
2011 – Loredana Caruso
2010 – Attilio Galliberti