'Ooops, I did it again!...Treating Errors in EFL' in Patras and 'Failure to Connect or Connecting to Failure?' in Athens - TESOL Greece
What is the right attitude towards errors, mistakes and lapses? What if, making a “wrong” step, might actually serve to bring you a step closer to “get it right”? Yes, errors are everywhere! But their “beauty” lies in the eye of the beholder!
If you are interested in developing new ways of looking at your students or your own mistakes as teachers (why not??), then join TESOL Greece in its 10th Annual Patras Event.
As is the case for the last 10 years, TESOL Greece will visit Patras to meet with our colleagues there and celebrate our 10th Special Anniversary Event! Lots of surprises, presents and fascinating talks await our faithful TESOLers there!
- Yiannis Karras
- Cliff Parry
- Judy Boyle
So, until 23 January 2011 just remember: Never say “Ooops!”, always say: “Hmm…interesting!”
TESOL invites all members to join their thought-provoking colloquium about the ‘often’ thoughtless rush towards technology in education!
- Dimitris Primalis
- Luke Prodromou
- Susie Michailidis
University of Indianapolis Cultural Centre
5 Markou Avriliou Str.,
Plaka, Athens (Greece)
TESOL Greece is an independent, volunteer, non-profit professional association for teachers of English as a foreign language and other ELT professionals working in Greece. TESOL Greece currently has about 700 members, including teachers, teacher trainers, university faculty and students, directors of study, school owners, publishers, writers, editors, researchers and consultants. TESOL Greece is an affiliate of TESOL Inc and IATEFL.