TESL Nova Scotia

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TESL Nova Scotia: Beyond the Five-paragraph essay in EAP Writing

I’m presenting at the TESL Nova Scotia conference this weekend. The slides for my presentation can be downloaded here. It’s so much fun to participate in my local ELT association and community!

Exploring EAP at TESL Canada 2015

The article below is my round-up of sessions from the recent TESL Canada conference in Lake Louise. It appeared in the TESL Nova Scotia newsletter. Exploring EAP at TESL Canada 2015 The TESL Canada conference in Lake Louise could most likely go down in the books as the one of the most scenic teachers’ conferences … Continue reading

TESL Nova Scotia Spring Conference 2015

Yesterday was one of two conferences TESL NS will hold in 2015. Our small provincial teachers’ association only has somewhere around 150-200 members but in the 3.5 years I’ve been a member it’s been growing rapidly, not just in membership numbers but in range and scope of activities and vibrancy. It’s an exciting group to be a … Continue reading

TESL Nova Scotia September Newsletter

The most recent edition of the TESL Nova Scotia newsletter was released last week! This one is most likely my last as editor, at least for the time being. It’s been lot of work, but a lot of fun  putting this magazine together and encouraging my teacher friends and colleagues to contribute. Some were already … Continue reading

TESL Nova Scotia Newsletter, Issue #3

I’ve mentioned before that I have been the editor of the TESL Nova Scotia newsletter since November of last year. The July issue has just come out and can be downloaded here. Now three issues in, I’m getting the hang of the editor role–timing of submissions, setting up and using layout software, working with a … Continue reading

TESL Nova Scotia Newsletter March 2014

My adventures in editing continue! The March 2014 issue of the TESL NS newsletter hits the web today. Click here to download it from teslns.com.

TESL Nova Scotia Journal

I was recently elected editor of the TESL Nova Scotia newsletter for the coming year, and last week the first issue was published. The newsletter had been more or less defunct for the last few years, which meant that putting together this issue was working off of a blank slate, which has its benefits as … Continue reading

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