19. May 2023 · Comments Off on Lunch, Learn & Connect · Categories: Uncategorized

Hello ARTESOL 2023 participant!!

We hope you are excited about this year’s convention. We have a lot of really wonderful and exciting experiences planned for you. One of the events that will take place during the weekend is our Lunch, Learn, and Connect!

Each Lunch, Learn and Connect will include:

Appetizer, Main Course, Dessert and Beverage (Executive Menu) – special menus are available if requested with the registration.

Special surprise guests who will share their best ‘teaching and learning’ recipes (each Lunch, Learn and Connect will include different special guests)

Games, Prizes and Surprises!

Here are the details:

WhereHotel Brizo
WhenFriday, June 9th and Saturday, June 10th for lunch break
Cost$4500 per person per event

Don’t miss this exclusive time of food and fun while we learn together and make new connections with peers from all over Argentina and Latin America.

Menu for Friday, June 9th
4 empanadas (2 salteñas de carne y 2 de queso)
1 cazuela de Humita per person
2 dessert shot ( 1 dulce de cayote y nuez ; 1 banana Split)
1 non-alcoholic beverage

Menu for Saturday, June 10th
4 empanadas (2 salteñas de carne y 2 salteñas de pollo)
1 cazuela de locro criollo
2 dessert shot (1 dulce de cayote y nuez ; 1 banana Split)
1 non-alcoholic beverage

Join us for one day or both! Hurry, spaces are limited!!

Register HERE!

03. May 2023 · Comments Off on Grazzia María Mendoza Chirinos · Categories: Uncategorized

Why and How ELT Associations Build Bridges, Promote Collaboration

Building bridges and promoting collaboration are key ingredients of ELTAs worldwide. In this talk the presenter will share the reasons why collaboration and building bridges is key to member engagement and promoting leadership. She will also provide key aspects to consider when implementing extensive sharing, learning and cooperation among ELTAs teams. Participants will leave with clear ideas of projects that they can potentially engage in, examples on how collaboration develops, and a roadmap to promote collaboration in their own contexts.

Grazzia María Mendoza Chirinos holds a Master`s in International Education and a Master`s in TESOL. She has been active in ESL and has done curriculum development for all levels. She has experience in the Higher Education context teaching English for academic purposes as well as for specific purposes and developing curriculum and programs at all levels of instruction. She was a former president of Latin America and Caribbean TESOL and the founder, former president, and current advisor of HELTA Honduras TESOL. She was a former TESOL International Board Member and Chair of the Finance Committee. At present she is a Strand Coordinator Teacher Educator for IS TESOL International Association, Chair Elect TEIs TESOL International Association, and EVO Assistant Coordinator for CALL IS TESOL International Association.