• ARTESOL Webinar Series Learn more.
  • ARTESOL Webinar: Creativity, Mind and Emotions. December 5. 6-7 pm. Learn more.
  • ARTESOL Webinar: Cognitive demands of note-taking. November 28. 6-7 pm. Learn more.
  • ARTESOL Webinar: Assessment in Covid-19 times. November 7. 6-7 pm. Register here.
  • ARTESOL at ASOCOPI Annual Conference. Learn more.
  • ARTESOL EFL Journal Call for Articles. New Deadline September 30. Learn more.
  • ARTESOL ESP Journal Call for Articles. New Deadline: September 30. Learn more.
  • TESOL Virtual Convention 2020. July 16-18. Learn more!
  • ARTESOL at TESOL Affiliates Network Sessions. July 21.  Read more.
  • 2020 TESOL Affiliates Network Sessions. July 19-21.  Watch them here.
  • TESOL Affiliate News. April 2020. Read it here.
  • TESOL Statement of Solidarity.  Read it here.
  • What’s new from AmericanEnglish.state.gov. Learn more.
  • CAL – Center for Applied Linguistics, Principles of Effective Instruction for Language Learners.  Click here

ARTESOL is a non-profit organization founded in 1987. Its mission is to enhance professionalism in English Language Teaching Education in Argentina. In the course of 32 years ARTESOL has been committed to increasing quality and expertise in classroom practice, research, teaching materials design, and professional development. ARTESOL was the first affiliate in South America of TESOL, Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages Inc., and is one of more than a 100 independent associations to which TESOL has given affiliate status worldwide. Being a TESOL affiliate has made possible a constant updating of knowledge through permanent connections with professionals from the rest of the world. ARTESOL implements its social purpose by organizing conventions, seminars, and courses, by issuing publications and providing grants. Looking back on the history of the association we are proud to say that some of the most prestigious Teacher Education and Classroom Practice  specialists in the field have been keynote speakers at ARTESOL events and have kept close contact with the association throughout all these years.   We know there is an enormous amount of work to do in our field, and we encourage you all to have a stronger voice in TESOL decision making by becoming active members of our association.