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November 2011
TESOL Globe
Experience Speaks: On Professional Development
by Sandra Mercuri
Professional development for in-service teachers should go beyond the one-size-fits-all approach. Try this six-step framework for effective professional development.
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10 Useful Online Tools for Teaching
by Eman Elturki
There are thousands of free tools and Web sites available on the Internet. Learn here about 10 free online resources chosen for their ease of use and helpfulness.  Read More
Lesson Plan: Service Learning
by Sarah Sahr
This short professional development activity introduces the idea of service learning to the teacher and how it can intensify a student’s language learning.  Read More
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TESOL Celebrates 50 Years of the Peace Corps: A Collection of Stories

Twelve TESOL members took time to reflect on their Peace Corps tour and how it has affected their current position in ELT. Please enjoy their stories and photos.   Read More

Advocacy Update: The Quarter in Review
by John Segota
Here's a quick summary of some of the latest developments on issues and TESOL advocacy that are impacting you, including NCLB, Obama's jobs package, and immigration law.  Read More
Association News
Register for the TESOL virtual seminar on Separating 
  Difference and Disability: Special Needs Among ELLs
TESOL Convention & English Language Expo:
  Doctoral Forum Call for Proposals
Resources
• Twitter for Professional Development for ESL/EFL
  Teachers
• Infographic: How English Language Has Changed Over
  the Years
• The Debate Over Multiculturalism: Philosophy, Politics,
  and Policy
• “Hawo’s Dinner Party”: Free video and discussion guide
  on ESL and integration
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Instructor of English, St. Mary College/Nunoike Culture Center, Nagoya, Japan

Coordinator of TESOL Initiatives, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, USA

English Language Teacher, Confidential Employer, China

ESL Instructional Designer, Imagine Learning, Inc., Provo, Utah, USA


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