Submit to our directory
As teachers, having an online presence is increasingly popular, be it a teaching or classroom blog, website, wiki or any number of other social networking sites. We’re very interested (as we’re sure you are too) in how our members are using the web for their professional endeavours. We’d like to show you, your group or your classroom off!
We’re looking for teaching / learning – focused sites
YOU OWN/CONTRIBUTE TO like:
Teaching blogs (ie. teachers post content about teaching)
Classroom blogs (ie. teachers use these blogs for classroom activities with students)
Websites (eg. ESL-groups, language-related sites, resource-sharing sites, Tumblr, wikis, etc)
How to submit
We’ve started things off, so take a look around! If you’d like your blog or website added here and are a member of TESL Toronto, please give submit the following in the comment box below or email email@example.com:
The web address (URL) for your website, blog, and/or Twitter profile
Tag word(s): One or two words that describe the main focus of the site (eg. teaching, classroom, resources, Twitter, etc)
(Optional) A short description (30~40 words) about yourself or your website/blog
Please use the example comment below as a guide. We’ll delete the comment if and when we transfer your information to the directory).
Founded in 1976, TESL Toronto is a volunteer-run, non-profit organization representing educators and specialists in the fields of English as a Second Language (ESL) and English as a Foreign Language (EFL).
Our Mandate is
• to support professional development for teachers of English as a Second Language in Toronto, and
• to work with other regional affiliates and TESL Ontario to enhance ESL learning environments, and
• to establish and promote standards in ESL education.
- The TESL Toronto Executive is made up of members in good standing of TESL Ontario who volunteer their time and energy. TESL Toronto always encourages applications for new members of our Executive. More...
We represent approximately 1,600 members. Our members are mainly ELT (ESL, EAP, ESP, OSLT) instructors, though anyone with an interest in the field can join. More...
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