Sunday, February 26, 2012

TESOL GREECE CONVENTION ABOUT #EDTECH

TESOL Greece invites you to the
33rd Annual TESOL Greece International Convention
Theme: Teaching, Testing and Technology
March 17-18, 2012
PRE-PROGRAMME (html) (.pdf, 486KB)

Plenary Speakers:
Jan Blake, Deborah Larssen, Christine Niakaris, Russel Stannard, Salah Troudi

Venue: Hellenic American Union, 22, Massalias St. Athens
Membership Fees: Regular: 65 €, University students: 30 €

3 Ts can make a difference: “Teaching, Testing and Technology”

Top notch speakers, front line teachers from all over the world, workshops, talks, poster presentations, an interactive plenary speakers panel, a colloquium on testing, the Saturday night party with a view of a floodlit Acropolis and live music, a book exhibition and much more in Athens on 17th-18th March 2012 at the TESOL Greece 33rd Annual International Convention.

Jan Blake, Russell Stannard, Deborah Larssen, Christine Irvine-Niakaris and Salah Troudi are some of the many distinguished speakers who promise to guide us to the world of story-telling in the EFL, technology, testing and teaching.

TESOL Greece has been organizing events and conventions for 33 years aiming at high quality in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. According to Caterina Skiniotou, TESOL Greece chair : “The vast majority of colleagues believe that high quality and life-long training is the key to dealing with the current crisis. We have been very active hosting a number of successful events with Nicky Hockly, Jamie Keddie, Pete Sharma and numerous speakers from Greece catering for a wide spectrum of EFL issues. The impressive increase of our facebook group (currently about 1300 members) and the large number of visitors of our website confirms the approval and active involvement of a vibrant EFL community which transcends borders and has a global dimension with members from all over the world. We invite all EFL teachers to exchange ideas and opinions, share experience, voice their concerns and dreams about the future at a convention organized from educators for educators”

 For more info: www.tesolgreece.org 
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