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See the TESL NS Registration page! May 14, 2022 (9am to 4pm)Patterson Hall, 24 University Avenue,Acadia University, Wolfville NS TESL Nova Scotia invites you to register for the Spring 2022 Conference! It’s happening on Saturday, May 14, from 8:30-4:30 via Zoom or at Acadia University in Wolfville, NS. Our theme is Taking Action in ELT: Pedagogy […]
Need a few extra days to get that proposal in? Good news — we’ve extended the deadline to Friday, March 19th! We look forward to seeing your proposals! Submit here!
New, interested TESL NS/Canada Members have 30 days to enroll in the insurance plan. Members can contact Brunswick Financial Group at email@example.com for more information about plan details and enrollment including life insurance, drug plan, vision, extended health, travel, dental coverage and more. This enrollment offer is only valid for new members within 30 days of becoming a TESL […]
Save the Date! The 2021 AGM for TESL NS is being held virtually on Saturday, November 27 from 10:00 am – 10:30 am during the 2021 Fall Conference. The conference is free for all TESL Atlantic members: Click here to register. Further details to follow.
The 2021 Census Adult Education Kit has been developed for use in adult literacy and English- or French-as-a-second-language (ESL or FSL) classes across the country. All activities are classroom-ready. The kit is designed to help respondents whose mother tongue is not English or French understand and complete the 2021 Census, to give them an opportunity to practise […]
TESL Canada is happy to announce the 2021 $500 TCEF – TESL Scholarship. This scholarship is intended to support a TESL Canada member who is currently enrolled, or has interest in enrolling, in a TESL initial training program (Standard 1) or who plans to enrol in an advanced training program (Standard 2 or 3) in […]
#CdnELTchat Summary for January 26, 2021 By Bonnie Nicholas Whether we were ready or not, since last spring COVID-19 has forced almost all of us to become online teachers. For many of us working in ELT, the move to online teaching was a giant leap out of our comfort zone. As the pandemic enters its […]
#CdnELTchat summary for December 8, 2020 By Bonnie Nicholas #CdnELTchat chose intersectionality in ELT as our final topic for this tumultuous year, a fitting topic since the pandemic and the resulting shift to remote learning has highlighted many of the inequities that have always been present in ELT. Jennifer Chow (@jennifermchow) was joined by guest […]