Category TESL NS News
At the upcoming board meeting, the TESL NS board will be appointing two positions for 2017: newsletter editor and webmaster. If you are interested in being considered for either of these positions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org before Nov. 22, with the details of why you are interested in and qualified for the position.
Get involved in TESL Nova Scotia – run for a position on the board of directors for 2017! The TESL NS Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday, November 5 during the Fall Conference. At this time, elections will be held to choose members of the executive committee for the coming year. As per […]
TESL Nova Scotia has created a Facebook group! Share links and resources, discuss matters related to the teaching of English in Nova Scotia, and network with the TESL NS teaching community, from the comfort of Facebook! The group is a closed group, so visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/TESLNS/ to be added to the group.
On behalf of British Council IELTS Canada Team, TESL Nova Scotia, in Halifax pleased to invite representatives of TESL NS to participate in the following, two-day British Council run Teacher Training Workshop for Teachers of IELTS Prep Courses. The Workshop is designed for teachers, not IELTS examiners. Format: Four modules: each module deals with one […]
Reprinted from the Kings County Register. Immigration minister captivates crowd at Acadia’s spring ESL conference By Ashley Thompson, published May 19, 2016 WOLFVILLE – The crowd seemed almost entranced as Nova’s Scotia Immigration Minister Lena Metlege Diab spoke. Conference hosted at Acadia University May 14. The relatively new politician was born in Halifax, but […]
Contract Position – Permanent part-time with possibility of transition to full-time Title: Executive Director Location: Ottawa/Home office based in near-term; supported by current office in Calgary, AB. Language: English Job Description: TESL Canada Federation is currently seeking a qualified Executive Director based in Ottawa, ON. The Executive Director is responsible for the successful leadership and […]
The province is creating a fund to assist community and sponsor groups that are helping refugees integrate into Nova Scotia communities. The fund provides grants of up to $1,000 to community and sponsoring groups to assist a broad range of initiatives ranging from community picnics and neighbourhood gatherings to cooking classes, art events and conversation […]