09. May 2022 · Comments Off on Annie Altamirano · Categories: Uncategorized

Building bridges – Building communities

For many years, TESOL-SPAIN has been working closely with a handful of Teacher Associations such as IATEFL and TESOL and local associations. However, in recent times, our network has extended beyond the Spanish borders to include sister associations in faraway places like ARTESOL or Korea TESOL. This has made it possible to learn about what other teachers are doing in other countries and to share problems and objectives. In this brief presentation, I would like to explain what TESOL-SPAIN has been doing, the benefits this liaison has brought to us and our plans for the future.

Annie Altamirano (MA ELT & Applied Linguistics) has over 30 years’ experience as a teacher, teacher trainer and author. She has given teacher-training workshops in Latin America, Europe and Asia. She has co-authored courses and supplementary materials for all main publishers. She is currently a mentor with the Cambridge Teacher Support Service and the Vice-President and Liaison Officer of TESOL-SPAIN.

23. April 2022 · Comments Off on ARTESOL EFL Journal Call for Articles · Categories: NEWS, Uncategorized

Building Networks among Teachers

ARTESOL EFL JOURNAL

A Refereed National Journal of Issues in teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL)

Dear Colleague,

ARTESOL EFL Interest Section would like to invite you to contribute to ARTESOL EFL Journal, a refereed international journal of issues in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. ARTESOL EFL Journal, Building Networks among Teachers, receives submissions of unpublished manuscripts on any topic related to the area. https://artesol.org.ar/publications/efl-journal

Four categories of manuscripts are evaluated: original research articles, reflective articles, pedagogical experiences in EFL, and materials and media reviews.

  • Original research articles

This category includes manuscripts that report the results of original research and assess its contribution to the area of EFL.

  • Reflective articles:

These articles show connections between learning and theories through the analysis, observation, description, and evaluation of a specific topic.

  • Pedagogical experiences in EFL

This category refers to the description of new experiences (strategies, techniques, course design) in the EFL area.

  • Materials and media reviews

This section includes reviews of books, journals, and software published by universities, teacher training colleges and other institutions interested in the development of EFL courses or studies.

The deadline for submissions is August 31, 2022.Your article should be submitted to artesolefljournal@gmail.com. The editorial board will contact you as soon as your article goes through the different stages of the review process. Once your article has been accepted, it will be published within one year from August 31, 2022.

For more information, please read the submission guidelines

We look forward to and do count on your being a part of this edition.

Best regards,

ARTESOL EFL Journal Team