Dear TESOL Greece members,
We’re very pleased to bring you journal issue #154, which is also available through the members’ area of our website, as an ongoing way to hear from experts and keep up to date with trends and issues from colleagues near and far.
In this issue, you’ll find highlights from the four tremendous plenary speaker presentations from the 43rd Annual International Convention in March. And you can soon visit the Members’ Area of the TG website to see video recordings from the convention.
There is important information about our upcoming 1st Mediterranean Symposium in Chania, Crete on July 1-3. We’re so excited about this as it’s the first face-to-face TESOL Greece event in a long time!
Three board members presented at the IATEFL Conference in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and brought some takeaways from that experience that are also shared in this issue.
This summer journal issue also includes an exclusive extended interview with the seminal expert on ELT materials design, Dr. Brian Tomlinson, who shares great insights on how we can work with materials we have to personalise learning and be more responsive to our learners.
The issue rounds out with great ideas for different ways to infuse our classrooms with creativity.
For more information about sending an article, please see the article submission guidelines in the journal, and send articles for review to firstname.lastname@example.org
On behalf of the TESOL Greece Board,
Jane Mandalios TESOL Greece Journal Co-Editor
Susan Stetson-Tiligadas, TESOL Greece Vice Chair & Journal Co-Editor