TasTesol

Tasmanian Association of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages

Professional development, networking opportunities and resources for TESOL professionals

TasTESOL supports Tasmania’s EAL/D teachers by providing professional development and networking opportunities throughout the year. TasTESOL is affiliated with the Australian Council of TESOL Associations (ACTA). Through ACTA and other state and territory associations, TasTESOL provides members with access to resources, current research, and the opportunity to have their say on local and national issues.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

TasTESOL Forum – Hobart

5-7pm, Thursday 1st August ‘Show & tell: activity swap’

Venue: Elizabeth College, Hobart (- not the DSS as previously advertised). Enter via Warwick St (- parking available). Go to Building L, Seminar Room 2. Bring along an activity that works well for you in class. Show/demonstrate it to colleagues, and this way, build up your repertoire of useful activities. Everyone welcome – and NO CHARGE!

See flier with venue map

TasTESOL Forums – Hobart

The remaining two 2019 forums will be on 12th Sept & 14th Nov (Thursdays 5-7pm). The venue may be Elizabeth College or the Derwent Sailing Squadron, Sandy Bay – we’ll let you know as soon as possible.

Events

Each year, TasTESOL holds a state-wide conference and several themed forums. These events allow teachers to hear from local and interstate peers working in a wide range of contexts, to share ideas and resources, and to network. Browse past events to access presentations and related resources.

Resources

Access TESOL In Context, the peer-reviewed journal produced by ACTA, and browse our directory of TESOL service providers in Tasmania. There are also various teaching resources submitted by members. Access our Resources

News from ACTA

The Australian Council of TESOL Associations (ACTA) is a key national coordinating body for associations of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). Keep up to date on what is happening in the EAL/D field at the national level. Read news from ACTA