September 26, 2020 from 4:00 to 5:00 pm (Argentina time) 7 to 8 pm UTC
vía Zoom

Free for ARTESOL and TESOL Affiliate members!

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Creative writing technically involves any writing of original composition in contrast to non-fiction prose. Creative writing is a more contemporary and process-oriented name for what has been traditionally called literature, including the variety of its genres. Nowadays, writing is being fuelled by technology, and educators agree that technology has a positive impact on their students’ writing. The possibility of sharing work with a wider audience beyond the classroom is particularly engaging.

The objectives of this webinar are to:

  • introduce the advantages of using technology for creative writing
  • present resources and strategies to use technology in creative writing
  • show how to personalize, plan and design a lesson based on CW (for teens and young learners) 
  • discuss how technology and creative writing can positively impact academic writing

Andrés Villalba is a teacher of English from Misiones, who has worked at all levels of education. He has presented webinars and given talks at conferences about Education, Culture and Technology at Ohio University and for Brazilian Teachers’ Associations. He has also participated in bilingual projects in Brazil and on the N. Y. Board of Education.

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Since 2001, the Electronic Village Online (EVO) has functioned as a virtual extension of the Electronic Village (EV), a project of TESOL’s CALL Interest Section, providing free online professional development sessions for language teachers worldwide. 

Every year, we are happy to receive new proposals and moderators for our sessions. So we would like to kindly ask you to share our Call for Proposals to your list and English educator contacts so that we can develop timely topics and welcome new moderators to our EVO family.  Here is the link to the call for proposals: Proposals may be on any topic relevant to the teaching of English to speakers of other languages and they are due by September 13th, 2020.

A development session will be held for all moderators and co-moderators from October 18 –November 15, 2020. During this time moderating teams will create the online spaces for their session and finalize their syllabus with the assistance of the EVO Coordination Team who will support them in every step of the process. The actual five-week EVO sessions for this season will take place between January 9 and February 14, 2021.

Thanks in advance for your support in sharing our Call for Proposals to your e-list. Potential moderators will find instructions on how to create a page for their proposal at

If you are interested in knowing more about the types of sessions we have offered in the past, please go to

These are some important dates to keep in mind:
*Due Date for proposals: September 13th, 2020
*Moderators’ Development Session October 18 –November 15, 2020
*EVO sessions: January 9 — February 14, 2021

 Click if you’d like to read more about EVO: What is EVO? 

IICANA and the US Embassy are launching a Teaching Capacity Building Program by tapping into the expertise and experience of Argentine ELT specialists who have participated in US Embassy sponsored professional development programs. These Alumni have generously put together a series of free webinars to help teachers reimagine instruction and enhance learning opportunities in these challenging times.👩‍🏫🧑‍🏫

💻The webinars will be delivered on Zoom from mid August to November 2020, on Tuesdays and some Fridays, from 2:30 to 3:30/3:45 PM.
👉 More info and registration: — with Embajada de Estados Unidos en Argentina.

September Schedule

Effective Formative Assessment Strategies – An ACE approach

September  4th – 2.30 PM


Classroom Management in virtual classrooms

September 15th – 2.30 PM


Assessment: a new standpoint in ELT

September 22nd – 2.30 PM


Ideas for Active Listening: Creating and Exploring from within

September 29th – 2.30 PM