It’s been a hectic week, with TESOL Spain last week in Madrid and now TESOL Greece here in Athens. This is just a quick post to publish my powerpoint form this afternoon’s closing plenary. More to come soon.
Here is a link to Marisa Constantinides’s report on her extremely interesting talk ‘Defragmenting foreign language learning’, given at TESOL Greece this year:
The dates for the 35th International Annual Conference of TESOL Greece have been set. The conference will take place on 15th and 16th March, 2014. Judging by this year’s conference, it will be a fantastic experience.
I’ve just got back from the 34th TESOL Greece Convention in Athens, and I just wanted to say a big thank you to all the people who made it such a fantastic experience – speakers, participants and particularly the volunteers and members of the board, without whom none of it would have been possible.
To watch interviews with some of the speakers, click here.
I have come away from the convention with many new ideas, and above all a great respect for the dedication and professionalism of the Greek teachers I met. Roll on next year’s convention!
Here’s a link to my guest post on the TESOL Greece blog, about one of my talks in their national conference on 30th – 31st March in Athens. I’m very much looking forward to attending the conference.