TESOL Macedonia-Thrace, Northern Greece
Friday, March 31, 2023
28th Annual International Conference of TESOL MACEDONIA-THRACE, NORTHERN GREECE FULL PROGRAMME LINK
Tuesday, March 28, 2023
28th Annual International Conference of TESOL MTH / NG [ONLINE] Plenaries and Summaries with times
Saturday, March 18, 2023
PROGRAMME of the 28th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: To TESOL or NOT TO TESOL?
Tuesday, March 14, 2023
TESOL Macedonia-Thrace, Northern Greece at the Spring 2023 International Publishers Exhibition
Sunday 19th March 2023 from 10:00-18:00
International Publishers' Exhibition
Thessaloniki, The MET Hotel
This Sunday 19/3 we are getting together at the IP Exhibition at the MET Hotel in Thessaloniki. We are planning to be terribly busy, and we want that for you as well! The IP Is an excellent opportunity to visit the TESOL Macedonia-Thrace, Northern Greece stand to get an update on our upcoming conference, renew your membership (if it was not renewed in August-September 2022) and attend our great programme of sessions featuring Dr. Vicky Papachristou, Vice Chair of TESOL MTh/NG and Ms Antigone Melidonioti, Secretary General.
Here is some information on the TESOL MTH/NG strand of events from 15:30 to 18:30 at the Ostria Room.
Between the two sessions there will be a coffee break. Non-members of TESOL MTH/NG are more than welcome to attend.
If you are not a member of our Teachers' Association yet, you can enter our lucky draw for 2 free annual memberships! The winners will be announced at our AGM.
Sunday, March 5, 2023
EdPuzzle Event Hosted by TESOL MTH/NG Video from the session
On Sunday 5th March 2023 TESOL MTH/ NG hosted an EdPuzzle Event with speakers Antigoni Medidonioti and Alisa Linarejos. The event was a public one and we are extremely happy with the turnout and your comments.
You can find the link to recording here
Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Edpuzzle and TESOL Macedonia-Thrace Northern Greece co-organising an event
Tesol Macedonia-Thrace hosting Edpuzzle webinar
This Sunday 5th March at 10:30 on Zoom we are starting a new cooperation with Edpuzzle and hope to see this event becoming an annual one. Our session is open to all so we will share the link publicly and we are happy to present our two speakers: our very own Antigoni Melidonioti and Alisa Linarejos. Antigoni has been a teacher and teacher trainer for years and runs her own foreign language school in which she likes to experiment with different methodologies, inclusive teaching and the use of technology. She is also the Secretary General of our association. Alisa Linarejos is an Edpuzzle coach and experienced MFL teacher in different countries and grade levels. She loves learning and sharing ideas with teachers about technology integration to enhance teaching and learning. At the end of the event some free gifts will be given, so don't miss our event on Sunday 5th March at 10:30 am to 12:00 (Greek time).
The link to access the webinar is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84360517092
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Monday, January 30, 2023
Rachel Paling to run February Webinar for Tesol Macedonia-Thrace, Northern Greece.
Ms. Rachel Paling
On Sunday 12th February 2023 at 10:30 on Zoom TESOL Macedonia-Thrace, Northern Greece welcomes Ms Rachel Paling who will be discussing a topic that cannot fail to engage us all.
Let's get to know our speaker
Rachel founded Efficient Language Coaching in 2008. She has a BA Honours in Law/Spanish, Masters in Human Rights/Democratization (EMA) and ia a qualified UK Lawyer since 2003. She combined teaching, business English and legal knowledge to coach top executives across Europe and has created the new method and approach called Neurolanguage Coaching®, training nearly 1200 language teachers worldwide certifying them with her course, one of the only language coaching certification courses in the world accredited by International Coach Federation USA. She is an ICF PCC Coach and has an MA in Applied Neuroscience and a Master in Neuroeducation and Neuropsychology.
About the session
When educators use metacognition, neuroscience and emotional intelligence in their teaching processes, they can greatly impact the way that learners learn. But, the great question is “what is metacognition/neuroscience and how we can implement these in practical terms?” In this talk, we will explore the different perspectives and more importantly, how to harness this knowledge to change mindset, transform learning, provoke leaner autonomy, and arouse curiosity. 21st century learning becomes more impregnated with neuroscientific research, but the real question is how to “live” the research in our everyday teaching and learning.
The link to the event will be emailed to registered members on the Friday prior to the event.