Calling all Twitter enthusiasts. Have you followed the BC TEAL’s twitter chats? If not read on to learn all about how you can join the next chat: happening October 9th. Below is a note from the #CdnELTchat moderators.
Did you know that when you become a TESL Ontario member, you also have opportunities to connect with your local Affiliate chapter? Joining an Affiliate chapter is a great way to network with local colleagues, explore professional development opportunities, and participate in meaningful events. There are 12 TESL Ontario Affiliate Chapters, but today, we are spotlighting the TESL Ottawa Affiliate Chapter Continue reading
Have you read this blog and thought hmm I wish they’d write about [insert relevant topic here] or read a post and thought I have another strategy for that? Maybe you’ve seen the emails over the years and thought that’d be neat, but I don’t know… Well, why not make this the year you take on a new adventure, come on board, and lead the conversation! Continue reading
Dear TESL ON blog readers,
We wish you all a Happy Holiday and a well deserved time of rest and relaxation, as the clock winds down for year 2017. And on that note, below is a recap of the blogs for 2017 – in case you missed something. It’s a good time to catch up on your blog reading. 🙂
We want to wish everyone a Happy and Prosperous 2017. We look forward to weekly posts from our amazing guest bloggers and occasional bloggers who always provide first-rate resources, tips, and practical ideas that encourage us all to strive towards excellence in our profession. This Friday look for our first post of 2017 from occasional blogger, Carol Blake.
Before we jump into the New Year, we thought it would be fun to look back on 2016, Continue reading
It’s that time of year again where our team would like to express a huge THANK YOU to all of you for reading our blog and commenting on our posts.
As this season of relaxation, reflection, and rejuvenation is upon us, we’ll be taking a break from the blog and will return in the New Year.
This is a great time for you to catch up on posts you’ve missed or re-read posts you’ve enjoyed and be inspired.
We’ll be back on January 9th with more posts from our amazing Guest Bloggers and Occasional Bloggers. This is also a great time for you to think about being a one-time Occasional Blogger yourself in the new year. Maybe there’s a reflection of your work that you’d like to share. If you’re a TESL Ontario member and have a post in mind, send us an email (you can find our email on the Contact Us tab).
Happy Holidays, everyone. We hope it’s restful and warm.
Have you participated in one of TESL Ontario’s webinars? Have you viewed a recording of a webinar? Have you just been waiting for a topic that reflects your PD needs? Let
your voice be heard through TESL Ontario’s Webinar Survey!
The survey will take approximately 10 minutes, and it’s time worth spent! The TESL Ontario’s Webinar team works hard at developing a high-quality PD format for our members.
Please support this amazing program that not many other professional regulatory bodies offer! You have until Friday September 16, 2016 to complete the survey.
This week we reached our 50th post from our Guest Bloggers and Occasional Bloggers on the TESL Ontario blog! We wanted to write a post to allow readers and bloggers to take a moment and take it all in. Our first post was on October 6 of last year, and it started with the lines
“We are so excited and proud of this initiative which all started because of YOU, TESL Ontario members.”
We are still excited and proud of this blog, and our passion continues because of YOU, our TESL Ontario members.
THANK YOU to our bloggers, our commenters, and even our silent readers. Over these past posts, we have engaged in meaningful conversations and opened opportunities for reflection of our own practices, and we are invested in keeping that going with your involvement.
Here’s to another 50 posts – and many more!
Hello fellow readers!
Our blog team would like to take this time to say THANK YOU for your support throughout the past few months. We love getting comments and feedback from our readership, and hopefully you are finding interesting material you can use in your practice.
With the holiday season upon us, we will be taking a break from blogging until the New Year, posting at our regular Monday schedule on January 5th. Maybe you’ve been so busy creating lesson plans, marking projects, and the countless other tasks we educators do on a daily basis and haven’t had much of a chance to read through all of our posts. If you have downtime, revisit some of our great posts and see if any ideas can be incorporated in your teaching in the new year.
As always, if you have any suggestions, an interest in blogging, or comments, please go to our Contact Us page and send us an email.
Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!
We are so excited and proud of this initiative which all started because of YOU, TESL Ontario members. This blog is being run by volunteers who are passionate about sharing knowledge and building a wider community.
This blog site is completely new to TESL Ontario, so take some time and have a look through all the tabs and make yourself comfortable here. We’re sure you’ll find something that interests you.
Each Monday morning, we will post a new entry on our blog, so be sure to keep this site on your favourites tab! We encourage you to comment on the posts and open up or contribute to the Continue reading