Below is a message from Jeju KOTESOL executive members:
Join us for our next Cafe TeaSOL event! This time we will be sharing Lindsay Herron's "10 Tech Tools Every Teacher Should Know About" resources in case you missed her presentation at our March Quarterly workshop.
We will also hear feedback from teachers who have successfully implemented some of these tools into their ESL classrooms. This meeting will also pair as an open house for those interested in learning more about KOTESOL and how to join, so please come and see what we are all about.
This event is free and open to all, but we do suggest that you purchase a cup of coffee or
tea to support our host, Cafe Mori.
Jeju KOTESOL Executive Members
What is KOTESOL?
The local Jeju chapter of KOTESOL. KOTESOL: Korea Teachers of English to Speakers of
Other Languages is a professional organization for teachers of English. Our main goals are
to assist members in their self-development, and improve ELT in Korea. KOTESOL allows
teachers to connect with others in the English Language Teachers community and find
teaching resources in Korea and abroad through KOTESOL publications, conferences and
symposia, and chapter meetings and workshops.
Our chapter meets regularly to discuss teaching ESL in Jeju. We also frequently host guest
lecturers from Jeju and the mainland. The meetings are conducted in English. Korean and
Foreign teachers are welcome to attend.
Connect with Jeju KOTESOL on Facebook here or send an email to email@example.com.
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