1st Place Winner:

  • trophy;
  • 7” PCBOX tablet; courtesy of ARTESOL;
  • gift, courtesy of US Embassy Argentina
  • dictionary and reader, courtesy of Cambridge University Press;
  • readers courtesy of Cengage Learning – National Geographic Learning.

2nd Place Winner:

  • plaque;
  • Franklin Electronic Merriam–Webster’s Dictionary & Thesaurus, courtesy of ARTESOL;
  • American Heritage Spanish Dictionary, courtesy of US Embassy Argentina;
  • dictionary and reader, courtesy of Cambridge University Press;
  • readers, courtesy of Cengage Learning–National Geographic Learning.

3rd Place Winner:

  • plaque;
  • Franklin Electronic Merriam–Webster’s Dictionary & Thesaurus, courtesy of ARTESOL;
  • American Heritage Spanish Dictionary, courtesy of US Embassy Argentina
  • grammar book and reader, courtesy of Cambridge University Press;
  • readers, courtesy of Cengage Learning–National Geographic Learning.

4th Place Winner:

  • plaque;
  • Franklin Electronic Merriam–Webster’s Dictionary & Thesaurus, courtesy of ARTESOL;
  • American Heritage Spanish Dictionary, courtesy of US Embassy Argentina;
  • readers, courtesy of Cambridge University Press;
  • dictionary and readers, courtesy of Cengage Learning–National Geographic Learning

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Mercedes Kamijo 2016

Mercedes Kamijo

Mercedes Kamijo‘s presentation “Teaching with mobile devices: some practical ideas and considerations”  has been selected by ARTESOL executive committee as Best Presentation at the 2016 ARTESOL Convention.  The presentation was nominated for TESOL Best of Affiliates.

Each year eight TESOL affiliates present sessions at TESOL Convention. These sessions are submitted as the best session from over 100 affiliate conferences. TESOL International is responsible for the selection of the eight BEST sessions. These eight BEST will be presented at TESOL 2017 in Seattle, USA.

Good luck, Mercedes!!

For more information on former ARTESOL Best Affiliate Sessions, click here.

 

 

July 29, 2016

Mabel Gallo received Share Life Achievement Award

This award aims at honoring a professional career that Share Academic Committee has deemed to be meritorious and praiseworthy, not necessarily one that has met with extraordinary success, but one which deserves the profound respect of the ELT community.

13907034_809626662471074_5525291967522722742_nMagister Mabel Gallo  graduated as a Profesora en Inglés at Instituto Superior del Profesorado  “Dr.Joaquín V. González” . A Fulbright Scholarship enabled her to do  graduate studies in English and American Literature at Stanford University.  She also obtained a Master’s degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from California State University, Los Angeles.

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Mabel thanks the institutions and people she has worked with in her professional career: ICANA, ARTESOL Share and PAS, US Embassy.

As a nonnative teacher of English at ICANA, Instituto Cultural Argentino Norteamericano, her  life progressed from being an English learner, to becoming  an English teacher at all levels, Head of Professional Development,  Assistant Director,  and “Rectora” of the Teacher Education College of ICANA, the institution  where she spent 50 years of her professional life.

Mabel claims she owes a lot of her professional growth to networking with colleagues in her workplace a
nd in the Professional Associations in which she has actively participated.  She is a close friend of SHARE’s and  is a founding member of Argentina TESOL, ARTESOL, an affiliate of TESOL international . She was elected to serve on the TESOL International Board of Directors from 2003 to 2006.

More pictures here