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:
ADULT LEARNERS SIG
Coordinator: Roula Mizeraki
Roula Mizeraki holds an MA in TEFL/TESL. She teaches EAP at the Americal College of Greece. Apart from EAP, her current interests include online/blended instruction, writing instruction, and neuroscience in teaching.
DRAMA AND LITERATURE SIG
Coordinator: Zafi Mandali
LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES SIG
Coordinators: Anna Zacharatou & Anna Petala
Anna Zacharatou has been teaching EFL for a number of years. She served on the TESOL Greece Board as Secretary General (2006-2009) and she is a founding member of the Drama & Literature SIG and its Coordinator from 2009-2011.
SPECIFIC LEARNING DIFFERENCES SIG
Coordinators: Anastasia Metallinou & 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.
Vasiliki Lismani ( MA in Special Education, MA in Applied Linguistics/TESOL) has been a teacher of English as a foreign language for more than 20 years. She has presented at international and national conferences and her articles have been published in national and international newsletters.
TEACHER DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH SIG
Coordinator: Liana Kyriakea
Liana Kyriakea holds an MA in TESOL (Deree) and she is an EAP instructor at the American College of Greece.
YOUNG LEARNERS SIG
Coordinator: Eliza Raduca
Eliza Raduca is a CELTA certified teacher, speaker, presenter always in search of improvement and innovation. Holds a BA in Philology (University of Bucharest), a MSc in Political Science (National School of Political Sciences), completed Oxford Teachers’ Academy Masterclass Course – University of Oxford, Department for Continuing Education, Oxford University Press.