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February 2013
TESOL Globe
Profiling Excellence: The 2013 TESOL Teacher of the Year
by Tomiko Breland
The winner of the 2013 TESOL Teacher of the Year Award, presented by National Geographic Learning, discusses teaching, collaboration, and Common Core. Read More
Project-Based Learning in ESOL Teaching
by Stephen V. Hoyt
Project-based learning can help ELLs feel empowered, discover new vocabulary, and improve cognitive skills, all while providing a high element of creativity and instilling pride in student work. Read More
Lesson Plan: Stereotyping
by Sarah Sahr
In creating a classroom dialogue around stereotypes, this lesson, for intermediate adult or secondary students, helps students look at both the positive and negative connotations found in stereotypes. Read More
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TC Quick Tip: 5 Ways to Facilitate Collaboration With Colleagues
by Brianna Johnson

We all have those moments when a great idea for research or innovative teaching practice alights our mind; sometimes, though, it can feel daunting “going it alone.” Or, perhaps we simply need a second eye for added inspiration or a like-minded partner to push it to fruition. Here are some tips to approach colleagues in order to get that project started. Read More

Advocacy Update:
The Quarter in Review

The 2012 general election bought about some changes in Washington; get up to speed on new and continuing education advocates, personnel changes that may affect the English language teaching field, education policy in the United States, and budgets and appropriations relevant to your teaching and practice. Get a briefing on all the programs you need to know about to inform your advocacy efforts. Read More

Association News
Announcing the 2013 TESOL Teacher of the Year: Anne Marie Foerster Luu, an elementary school teacher in Maryland, USA, wins the TESOL Teacher of the Year Award. Read her profile.
Résumé Reviewers Needed: Golden volunteer opportunity for qualified résumé reviewers in the TESOL Job MarketPlace. Contact Catherine Curtis to inquire.
TESOL Congratulates New Board Members: Results are in. Check out your new Board of Directors members.
TESOL Comments: TESOL International Association submits comments on draft regulations for U.S. Investing in Innovation grant.
Special Workshop: Prepare your TESOL program for NCATE/CAEP recognition—20 March 2013.
Research Survey: Please help TESOL and respond to this survey on ESL Credit in Higher Ed by 15 February 2013.
Resources
Using Skype: How Innovative Teachers Are Using Skype In Their Classrooms.
ESL Writing Online Workshop: ESL-WOW guides ELLs through each stage of writing; for community college students and adult learners.
Educating Newcomer ELLs With Limited Schooling: An Overview from Colorin Colorado.
Principles for ELL Instruction: The Understanding Langauge Project.
Toyota Family Literacy Teacher of the Year: Applicatons due 13 February.

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