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Present at TESOL's Electronic Village
« on: October 19, 2010, 03:17:32 PM »
Dear ESL teachers,

Here is a Call for Proposals sent out by the organizers of the Electronic Village.  The deadline is November 15, 2010.   I hope many of you will apply as its a great opportunity to meet other ESL teachers interested in technology and to put a good line on your resume.

Thanks and good luck,
Imy Berry
ESL Instructor
Columbia University

TESOL 2011

Examining the “E” in TESOL

March 17-19, 2011
Call for Proposals
Deadline for Submissions: November 15, 2010
You are invited to submit a proposal for participation in one or more of the CALL Interest Section’s Electronic Village Special Events.  More than one proposal from the same individual may be accepted based upon space availability.
Proposals are being accepted for the following EV Special Events:
EV Fairs are informal demonstrations where teachers or teacher-developers share their use of technology resources in two consecutive 25-minute sessions on one computer station in a presentation format similar to a poster session.
The Hardware & Mobile Technology Fair focuses on the uses of devices other than computers that offer unique applications such as iPods or Tablet PCs.  The Fair provides presenters with two consecutive 25-minute sessions to demonstrate their hardware applications.
The EV Mini-workshops are limited-seating ticketed events that provide short presentations followed by hands-on experience.  Workshop duration is 90 minutes.

The Developers’ Showcase is an opportunity for ESOL teachers and curriculum/course designers to demonstrate new and original computer applications.  Presenters have 8 to 12 minutes to demonstrate and/or operate their software and explain its features and applications. A question and answer session follows each presentation.

The Mobile Apps for Education session provides ESOL teachers with the opportunity to demonstrate pedagogical uses for their favorite mobile applications.  Presenters will briefly demonstrate their application and explain its uses for ESOL classrooms. A question and answer session follows each presentation.
To access more detailed descriptions of all events and a proposal submission form, go to
Imy Berry :)
MA in Teaching English as a Second Language
University of Illinois, '10