Calendar of Events 2013/2014

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  • April 26, 2014FUJAIRAH - Joint Eastern Chapter/TAE SIG/LM SIG Event
  • April 26, 2014ABU DHABI - ESP Conference
  • May 10, 2014SHARJAH - Sharjah Chapter Event
  • May 17, 2014ABU DHABI - Joint AD Chapter/YL SIG Event
  • May 24, 2014MADINAT ZAYED - Western Region Chapter Event
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Results of 2014 Executive Council Elections

1 March 2014

The ballots have been tallied and the results of the 2014 TESOL Arabia Executve Elections are in. TESOL Arabia is proud to welcome Naziha Ali  as VP/President-Elect,  Daniel Stebbins  as Special Interest Groups Coordinator, Christina Gkitsaki as Membership Secretary, Julie Riddlebarger and Suhair Al Alami as Publications Co-Cordinators/Perspectives, Fathi Ben Mohammed  as Abu Dhabi Chapter Representative,   Safaa Abdalla Hassan Eissa as RAK Chapter Representative, Shireen Baghestani as Sharjah Chapter Representative, and Peter Stanfield as Western Region Chapter Representative. Congratulations to All!

Vice-President/President-Elect

(2014-2015)

Naziha Ali

(elected unopposed)

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Special Interest Groups Coordinator

 Daniel Stebbins

(elected unopposed)

Membership Secretary

Christina Gkitsaki

(elected unopposed)

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Publications  Co-Coordinator/ Perspectives

Julie Riddlebarger

(elected unopposed)

Julie Riddlebarger

Publications  Co-Coordinator/ Perspectives

 Suhair Al Alami

(elected unopposed)

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Abu Dhabi Chapter Representative

Fathi Ben Mohammed

(elected unopposed)

RAK Chapter Representative

Safaa Abdalla Hassan Eissa

(elected unopposed)

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Sharjah Chapter Representative

Shireen Baghestani

(elected unopposed)

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Western Region Chapter Representative

Peter Stanfield

(elected unopposed)

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For further elections information, contact the Elections Committee at elections@tesolarabia.org .

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Call for Papers: Best Practice in ELT: Voices from the Classroom

21 October 2013

Collaboration between the Testing, Assessment and Evaluation SIGs of BELTA and TESOL Arabia

The Testing, Assessment and Evaluation SIGs of Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) and TESOL Arabia have agreed to embark on a joint, collaborative publication.  The tentative title of the publication is: “Best Practice in ELT: Voices from the Classroom.”  The proposed production will be a 300-350 page book (either print-based or online) with approximately 16-22 chapters, covering a range of topics related to classroom teaching and learning.

If you would like to contribute a chapter, please contact the co-editors before December 1st, 2013.  Chapters will be due on March 1, 2014 and the publication is expected to be out by September 2014.

Book Title: Best Practice in ELT: Voices from the Classroom

Editors: Dr. Rubina Khan (rkhan@agni.com)  &  Dr. Christine Coombe (ccoombe@hct.ac.ae)

Chapter length: 5000 words including references, appendices

Tentative Sample Chapter Titles include (but are not limited to):

  • Teacher Effectiveness
  • Testing and Assessment
  • Best Practice in Four Skills (Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing)
  • Understanding Students
  • Understanding Learner Styles
  • Technology in the Classroom
  • Task-based Language Teaching
  • Materials Development
  • Coping with the Challenges of the Profession
  • Teachers as Lifelong Learners
  • Teacher Evaluation
  • Classroom Management

Leadership Opportunities at TESOL Arabia

TESOL Arabia is pleased to announce the following vacancies (on voluntary basis):

(Acting) Ras Al Khaimah Chapter Chair (Acting) Western Region Chapter Chair

Selecting a member for an acting position is done by TESOL Arabia Executive Council who will review and evaluate the applications. If more than one application is submitted for any of the roles, the council will vote on the best candidate to fill the role. Selected candidates will complete the current term of office for the position and will stand for election for the position in the next election.
 

This is a great opportunity to join a dynamic organisation that caters to the professional development needs of educators in the region.

Role Description:

Ø  Forms a Chapter committee, and allocates responsibility for records, accounts, publicity, etc. Ø  Liaises with the Membership Secretary in order to keep up-to-date records of members Ø  Organises professional development activities through a variety of ways including such events as workshops, seminars and conferences Ø  Advertises a timetable of events through a regional newsletter, TESOL Arabia Perspectives, and via the TESOL Arabia website Ø  Publicizes TESOL Arabia Chapter events by posters and via the TESOL Arabia website Ø  Produces a report on Chapter activities for inclusion in 1 out of 3 volumes of Perspectives and a Chapter newsletter Ø  Works with and involves other educational establishments in the region Ø  Attends Executive Council meetings and the annual retreat Ø  Liaises with the representatives of the other TESOL Arabia Chapters, the SIGs and the Member at Large

Please submit your application online at: https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=2uX6wnjJgKIoh-J2qoeObQ

Call for Papers: TESOL Arabia 2013 Conference Proceedings

27 April 2013

The editors of the Proceedings of the 2013 TESOL Arabia Conference: From KG to College to Career would like to invite you to submit a paper based on your presentation at the TESOL Arabia 2013 Conference to be considered for publication in the next volume of the Proceedings.  Only those who presented at the conference may submit articles for the Proceedings.

Please send your article to Publications Coordinator, Peter McLaren at: pmclaren@uaeu.ac.ae

The deadline for submissions is October 1, 2013.

Please follow the specifications outlined below:

  • Articles should be no longer than 3000 words (including References and Appendices)
  • Articles should be typed using Times New Roman, font size 12, with 1 ½ line spacing.
  • If you include Tables and/or Figures, make sure they are no wider than 12 cm.
  • Do not use color in Tables or Figures.
  • Do not use footnotes.
  • Only use “portrait” orientation (i.e. do not insert any pages in “landscape” orientation).
  • Remove all hyperlinks in the text.
  • Include a complete list of references using APA style.  Follow the Brief APA Style Guide, and consult the Publications Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition (2009) if necessary.
  • Send articles electronically as a Word attachment.

We will acknowledge receipt of articles within two weeks.

Results of the TESOL Arabia Executive Elections 2013

The ballots have been tallied and the results of the 2013 TESOL Arabia Executve Elections are in. TESOL Arabia is proud to welcome Melanie Gobert as VP/President-Elect, Cynthia Weston as Executive Secretary, Sufian Abu Rmaileh as Executive TreasurerIan Taylor as Al Ain Chapter Representative, Naziha Ali as Dubai Chapter Representative, Sally Mcquinn as Eastern Region Chapter RepresentativePeter McLaren as Publications Coordinator/Proceedings, and Tom Le Seelleur as Member-at-Large. Congratulations to All!   

Vice-President/President-Elect

(2013-2014)

Melanie Gobert

(elected unopposed)

Executive Secretary

Cynthia Weston

(elected unopposed)

Executive Treasurer

Sufian Abu Rmaileh

   

 Al Ain Chapter Representative

Ian Taylor

(elected unopposed) 

Dubai Chapter Representatative

 Naziha Ali

(elected unopposed)

 Eastern Region Chapter Representatative

 

Sally Mcquinn

(elected unopposed)

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RAK Chapter Representatative (Acting)

Paula Gibson

(confirmed by TAEXCO eVote)

Publications Coordinator

Proceedings

 

Peter McLaren

(elected unopposed)

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Member-at-Large

 

Tom Le Seeleurs

(elected unopposed)

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For further elections information, contact the Elections Committee at elections@tesolarabia.org.

Call for TESOL Arabia 2015 Conference Chair Proposals

21st International TESOL Arabia Conference March 2015

The TESOL Arabia Executive Council would like to announce the call for conference chair proposals for the 21st International TESOL Arabia Conference to be held in March 2015. The conference is the highlight of the TESOL Arabia academic year. The first International Conference was held in 1992 and since then it has grown in importance and prestige. Presently, it is by far the largest conference held in the Gulf, and is the third largest English Language Teaching conference in the world. We are now looking for individuals interested in chairing or co-chairing the event.

Chairing a TESOL Arabia International Conference

The duties and responsibilities of a Conference Chair or Co-chairs include, but are not limited to the following. Many of these tasks can be delegated, but the Chair is still responsible.

  • Choose a theme; invite, and arrange transport and accommodation, for guest speakers
  • Appoint a conference committee; call and chair meetings as required
  • Choose and negotiate prices and facilities at an appropriate venue
  • Establish sponsorship tiers and benefits
  • Liaise with venue staff before, during, and after the event
  • Ensure Call for Papers is sent out at an appropriate time
  • Set prices for exhibition, Job Fair and registration
  • Liaise with processing company on all conference matters in which they are involved
  • Manage hotel bookings for committee and guest speakers
  • Negotiate hotel rates for conference participants
  • Liaise with sponsors and exhibitors before, during and after the event
  • Manage all design requirements for forms, certificates, badges and other printed and online matter
  • Manage publicity for the event
  • Manage all printing requirements
  • Manage all payments, along with Conference Treasurer and processing company
  • Manage income from all parts of the conference, including sponsorship, registrations, exhibition, Job Fair, along with Conference Treasurer and processing company
  • Arrange for volunteer and paid casual labour at the event, according to requirements
  • Become a full, active, voting member of the TESOL Arabia Executive Council, and report TA Conference affairs to TAEXCO.
  • Arrange and chair a post-conference debriefing of the TA Conference Committee and collate recommendations for the following year.
  • Chair the Dr Lisa Barlow Memorial Travel Grant Committee
  • Provide minutes of TA Conference meetings for the TESOL Arabia Executive Council

Eligibility:

  • Must be a certified ESL professional with at least 5 years experience
  • Must have prior experience as a conference committee member of a conference of at least 500 participants
  • Must be a TESOL Arabia member a year prior to and during the year they are chairing the conference
  • Must be a UAE resident
  • Must be willing to shadow the co-chairs of the 2014 TA Conference and attend all committee and extraordinary meetings

Proposals should include:

  • Contact information
  • A letter of interest which includes a bio of professional background including a description of previous conference experiences, possible themes for the event, and a statement of approach that indicates what you might want to change or add to the conference.
  • CV

* Please note… this is a voluntary, not a paid position.

The deadline for submissions is March 21, 2013. Please send your letter of interest and CV to James McDonald: James.Mcdonald@zu.ac.ae . In the subject line, please indicate TESOL Conference Proposal.

3rd Annual Teacher Leadership Academy in Dhaka, Bangladesh

3rd Annual Teacher Leadership Academy

“Teacher Effectiveness Workshops”

December 1-2, 2012, Dhaka, Bangladesh

For the 3rd year in a row, HCT-Dubai, Men’s Campus and Gulf-based language educators have traveled to Dhaka, Bangladesh to deliver two days of teacher training in teacher effectiveness during the UAE National Day holiday.

This event was organized by the TESOL Arabia Leadership and Management SIG in collaboration with Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA). Eighty Bangladeshi English language teachers attended training in topics such as leadership styles, time management, professional development and a variety of different topics. This year’s workshops were facilitated by Dr Christine Coombe, Audrey Renton, Konrad Cedro, Guy Brooksbank, Mouhamad Mouhanna (UAEU) and Fife MacDuff (US RELO).

According to the event organizer and co-chair of the LM SIG, Dr Christine Coombe, “giving back to the profession is a major LM SIG mandate.”

Further teacher development academies are planned for the coming year in places like Vietnam, Sudan, Uruguay and Argentina.

Teacher Effectiveness Workshops Program
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16th Annual Current Trends in English Language Testing Conference

“Evaluating Teacher and Program Effectiveness”

November 22-23, 2012, HCT Dubai Men’s Campus

 

The 16th Annual Current Trends in English Language Testing (CTELT) Conference will be held at HCT Dubai, Men’s Campus on November 22-23, 2012.  The theme of the conference is “Evaluating Teacher and Program Effectiveness.”  It is hoped that exploring the fundamentals of both teacher and program effectiveness in highly-interactive sessions will provide teachers in the region with the necessary professional development they need to better evaluate themselves, their students’ work and the programs they work in.  This annual conference is organized by the TESOL Arabia Testing, Assessment, and Evaluation SIG and the TESOL Arabia Dubai Chapter.

Plenary speakers include Dr Deena Boraie of the American University of Cairo and President-elect of TESOL; Dr Phil Quirke, Director of Madinat Zayed and Ruwais Higher Colleges of Technology; Dr Amanda Howard of British University in Dubai and Peter Davidson of Zayed University and Co-chair of the TAE SIG.

CTELT 2012 will feature presentations showcasing some of the excellent testing and teacher education work being done in the region.

The event is sponsored by TESOL Arabia and Core Education and Consulting Solutions and hosted by the Higher Colleges of Technology, Dubai, Men’s Campus.

16th Annual CTELT 2012 Conference Schedule and Program

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TESOL Arabia Executive Council Elections 2013

TESOL Arabia needs you to become involved in one of the largest TESOL professional teachers’ associations. With more than 1,600 members, this dynamic volunteer organization offers unlimited professional and management development opportunities.

To nominate yourself or someone who you think would be interested in one of the following positions on the Executive Council from March 2013 to March 2014, please go to the online nomination form. Nominations run from now until midnight on 31 December 2012. Voting will run from 6 January to 28 February 2013.

Positions open in the TA Executive Council Election 2013:

Vice President/President Elect

Executive Treasurer

Executive Secretary

Member-at-Large

Publications Coordinator/Proceedings

Regional Representative: Al Ain Chapter Rep

Regional Representative: Dubai Chapter Rep

Regional Representative: Eastern Region Chapter Rep

Regional Representative: RAK Chapter (Acting) Rep

For more information about what each position does, see the Job Descriptions. (As the home base of TESOL Arabia is in the United Arab Emirates, all executive officers should reside in the UAE and be knowledgeable about the country, its culture and institutions.) Nominees and nominators must be current TESOL Arabia Members up to the end of March 2012. For membership information, visit the Membership Section of the website. For further elections information, contact the Elections Committee at elections@tesolarabia.org .

Call for Book Chapters: Attitudes to Technology in the English Language Classroom

30 September 2012

Edited by Marina Dodigovic and Peter Davidson

TESOL Arabia Publications would like to announce the call for chapters for a new book on attitudes to technology in the English Language classroom. The editors would welcome chapters that preferably focus on, but are not limited to:

  1. Teachers’ attitudes to technology in the classroom
  2. Students’ attitudes to technology in the classroom
  3. Administrators’ attitudes to technology in the classroom
  4. Parents’ attitudes to technology in the classroom
  5. Corporate attitudes to technology in the classroom
  6. Government attitudes to technology in the classroom

It is anticipated that chapters may describe original research based on these areas, but may also be more theoretical in nature, based on a meta-analysis of available literature. Short chapters on practical issues, such as problems, solutions, lesson examples, or focus on particular skills, are equally welcome. If you have an idea for an article which is not listed above, please get in touch with the editors and let us know your ideas, before you submit the chapter.

The deadline for submissions is September 1st, 2013.

However, early submission of articles is preferred to enable the editors to contact authors and advise of any revisions necessary. Please email articles to Marina Dodigovic at mdodigov@gmail.com and Peter Davidson at peter.davidson@zu.ac.ae

It is very important that you follow the guidelines outlined below:

  • On the first page include only your name, contact address, phone number, email address, and 50-word  bio
  • Articles should be no more than 4,000 words excluding references
  • No more than 2 pages of appendices and two pages of references can be included for each chapter
  • Articles should be typed using Times New Roman, font size 12, with 1½ line spacing
  • If you include Tables and/ or Figures, make sure they are no wider than 10cms.
  • Do not use colour in Tables or Figures
  • Do not use footnotes or endnotes
  • Do not indent new paragraphs. Leave a blank line between paragraphs.
  • Only use ‘portrait’ orientation – i.e. don’t insert any pages in ‘landscape’ orientation
  • Remove all hyperlinks
  • Authors should reference direct-quoted or paraphrased material (including citing page numbers)
  • Include a complete list of references using APA style as outlined in the Publications Manual of the American Psychological Association,
  • Send articles electronically as a Word 2007 attachment

Call for Book Chapters: Teaching, Learning and Researching Reading in EFL

30 September 2012

TESOL Arabia Publications in the UAE would like to announce the call for contributions in the area of teaching, learning and researching reading in EFL/ ESL from a global perspective. The editors welcome articles on a wide range of topics. Articles should preferably focus on, but are not limited to:

  1. Innovations in the teaching of reading in EFL/ ESL
  2. Design of materials for teaching reading
  3. Testing reading in EFL/ ESL
  4. Reading and young learners
  5. The reading curriculum
  6. Teacher training and teacher education and reading

It is anticipated that chapters may describe original research based on these areas but may also be more practical, focussing on teaching, learning and action research. If you have an idea for an article which is not listed above, please get in touch with the editors and let us know your ideas, before you submit the chapter.

The deadline for submissions is 30th June, 2013.

However, early submission of articles is preferred to enable the editors to contact authors and advise of any revisions necessary. Please email articles to Helen Emery at emeryhelen@hotmail.com  and Nick Moore at nick.moore@lycos.com

It is very important that you follow the guidelines outlined below:

  • On the first page include only your name, contact address, phone number and email address; an abstract of a maximum of 150 words and biodata up to 50 words
  • Articles should be no more than 4,000 words excluding references
  • No more than 2 pages of appendices and two pages of references can be included for each chapter
  • Articles should be typed using Times New Roman, font size 12, with 1½ line spacing
  • If you include Tables and/ or Figures, make sure they are no wider than 10cms.
  • Do not use colour in Tables or Figures
  • Do not use footnotes or endnotes
  • Do not indent new paragraphs. Leave a blank line between paragraphs.
  • Only use ‘portrait’ orientation – i.e. don’t insert any pages in ‘landscape’ orientation
  • Remove all hyperlinks
  • Authors should reference direct-quoted or paraphrased material (including citing page numbers)
  • Include a complete list of references using APA style as outlined in the Publications Manual of the American Psychological Association,
  • Send articles electronically as a Word 2003 or Word 2007 attachment
  • Please use your family name and a brief title to name the file

eg: Al Habsi – Teaching EFL to Young Learners.doc.

Call for Papers: TESOL Arabia 2012 Conference Proceedings

1 September 2012

The editors of the Proceedings of the 2012 TESOL Arabia Conference: Achieving Excellence through Life Skills Education would like to invite you to submit a paper based on your presentation at the TESOL Arabia 2012 Conference to be considered for publication in the next volume of the Proceedings.  Only those who presented at the conference may submit articles for the Proceedings.

Please send your article to Publications Coordinator, Peter Davidson at: peter.davidson@zu.ac.ae

The deadline for submissions is Monday, October 1, 2012.

Please follow the specifications outlined below:

  • Articles should be no longer than 3000 words (including References and Appendices)
  • Articles should be typed using Times New Roman, font size 12, with 1 ½ line spacing.
  • If you include Tables and/or Figures, make sure they are no wider than 12 cm.
  • Do not use color in Tables or Figures.
  • Do not use footnotes.
  • Only use “portrait” orientation (i.e. do not insert any pages in “landscape” orientation).
  • Remove all hyperlinks in the text.
  • Include a complete list of references using APA style.  Follow the Brief APA Style Guide, and consult the Publications Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition (2009) if necessary.
  • Send articles electronically as a Word attachment.

We will acknowledge receipt of articles within two weeks.

TESOL Arabia Book Drive Update

 

22 February 2012

Nurses in Somaliland holding copies of donated books from TA Book Drive, July 2011

The Book Drive room is humming with activity these days. The main task is packing up boxes for a large shipment to Iraqi’s universities. TA member Anwar Fettlawi helped arrange this by contacting the Embassy and the Ministry of Higher Education in Baghdad. This shipment should be completed before the TESOL Arabia conference. Next summer, we plan to send more books to help out with the training of nurses in Somaliland as we did last summer. (See photo) In addition, the 620 boxes we shipped last September should soon be distributed among several Somaliland universities.

Thank you notes from students in the Al Hemam Institute, Ajman

Closer to home, the Book Drive continues to support Al Hemam Institute in Ajman which provides after school training to teens and low-income adults.(see photo of children’s thank you notes). Several boxes of books were also donated a few weeks ago to help AUD student-teachers provide weekly English courses to laborers in Dubai. This effort is coordinated in part by the Adoptacamp charity. We also plan to donate graded readers to a reading project established by the TA Literature SIG in Sharjah for the Ruqaya girls school.

We continue to rely on the hard work and youthful energy of several high school volunteers, some of whom are doing their Duke of Edinburgh award. You’ll probably see some of them at this year’s TA conference. The book storage room in Zayed University continues to be ours, and We’re still sorting out thousands of books donated by ZU last month, so we expect to stay very busy for the next few months. ZU is planning to donate even more course books from various majors in the near future after they are decommissioned. A special thanks for the hard work of volunteers like Stacey Patton at AAWC and Jamie Baird at ZU-AUH. There have been many others who have pitched in – a big thank you to all!

Used textbooks can again be donated to the TESOL Arabia Book Drive at the March conference. The Book Drive will be collecting educational books (mainly EFL/ESL) and children’s books.

These books will be sent to resource-poor schools and universities overseas as well as being distributed to charitable organizations in the UAE.

For any enquiries or to learn more about the Book Drive, please email us at:ruth.glasgow@zu.ac.ae or paul.dejong@zu.ac.ae

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