Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are an integral part of the TESOL Greece vibrant community of ELT professionals. Their purpose and function is to afford TESOL Greece members specific opportunities to share information or research in specialized fields. Our six SIGs, which have been established and supported by certain TESOL Greece members who wish to hone their skills within a particular area or specialization of TEFL, are the following:


Coordinators: Roula Mizeraki

TG Board Liaison: Maroussa Pavli

Roula Mizeraki currently teaches EAP at Deree – the American College of Greece and has been involved in EFL for more than 30 years. Her interests include (among many others) blended instruction, learner autonomy and the use of technology in the EFL classroom.


Coordinator: Antigone Gika

TG Board Liaisons: Christina Karoumbali 

Antigone Gika is an English Language teacher with much enthusiasm and passion when it comes to teaching – especially young learners. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English language and literature and a Master’s degree in linguistics (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens).


Coordinator: Anna Petala

TG Board Liaison:  Anna Zacharatou

Anna Petala holds a BA from the Kapodistrian University in English Language and Literature and an MSc in Specific Learning Difficulties/Dyslexia from the University of Southampton. She’s an experienced EFL teacher as well as the owner and director of studies at Europoint foreign language school.


Coordinator: Anastasia Metallinou

TG Board Liaison: Vasiliki Lismani


Anastasia Metallinou (BA Hons, MEd) is an experienced English language teacher and dyslexia (SpLDs) specialist. She is the co-author of English Sounds Fun. Anastasia is a member of IATEFL and of the British Dyslexia Association.


Coordinator: Liana Kyriakea

TG Board Liaison: Lia Kalianos

Liana Kyriakea holds an MA in TESOL (Deree) and she is an EAP instructor at the American College of Greece.


Coordinators: Maria Papantoniou

TG Board Liaison: Sarah Smith

Mara Papantoniou has been teaching English for the past 10 years. She is a holder of a CELTA and a Tylec diplomas. She currently works as a teacher at the British Council in Athens, where she teaches young learners.