Greetings, TESOL educators!
Were you thinking about submitting a proposal for the TESOL 2022 virtual Electronic Village, but ran out of time? Well, you're in luck! The CALL-IS has extended the proposal deadline until midnight on Monday, December 6th (PST, check your local time here).
We've received many excellent proposals, but we are looking for even more ... submit your proposal today!The Electronic Village (EV) will take place virtually during the hybrid 2022 TESOL International Convention from Thursday, March 23 through Saturday, March 25.
Participation is free and open to all. Whether you are a graduate student, a new teacher, or a seasoned professional, presenting in the EV is an excellent opportunity to share your ed-tech knowledge with TESOLers around the globe!
We have three presentation formats available in this call for proposals:
Find the full Call for Proposals, application information, and points of contact for additional information here: https://call-is.org/ev/
- Innovate and Implement: Practical Tech-Supported Instruction Tips: Short, practical tech tips videos grouped according to four themes: Innovative Tools and Activities for Synchronous Virtual Instruction; Innovative Tools and Activities for Asynchronous Virtual Instruction; Tools and Approaches for Overcoming Classroom Management or Instructional Admin Challenges; and Tools and Activities for Face-to-face (F2F) Environments
- Let's Learn Live!: 20-minute live, interactive presentations on topics related to tech-supported learning and the 4Cs- Creativity, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Communication-and 21st Century Learning; no audience size limit
- Tinkering with Tech Workshops: Live 60 or 90-minute workshops that include hands-on activities with presenter support and may utilize small-group work in breakout rooms
We look forward to learning with you during the TESOL 2022 Electronic Village!
Computer-Assisted Language Learning Interest Section (CALL-IS) Past-Chair & Electronic Village Coordinator 2021-2022