TESOLANZ is the New Zealand association of ESOL teachers in all areas of education. We offer you an opportunity to network with others in the ESOL field, professional development, conferences and expos, and we are also a major representative of the ESOL sector lobbying for the language needs of migrants and refugees.
Is this Ethnic Affairs policy seriously flawed? Read the policy, the TESOLANZ response,and the reply from Ethnic Affairs on our Policy page.
Final deadline for submission: Friday 14 November 2014. If you are interested in publishing the paper you presented at CLESOL 2014, see CLESOL 2014.
As a result of discussions at CLESOL, TESOLANZ has produce a media release on the needs for a languages policy. See the Policy page.
Dr Graeme Couper from AUT is undertaking research into teacher cognition of pronunciation in order to provide a clearer picture of what teachers think and do about pronunciation and what needs they may have in terms of support and guidance. The first stage of this research is a short online survey. To find out more and to take the survey, please follow this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NZpronteaching
Which qualification do you need to become an EFL or ESL teacher in New Zealand or overseas? Find some suggestions on our Directory of programmes. Any institution offering a TESOL programme can advertise their course free.
Academic journals are invited to have their Call for Papers listed on the TESOLANZ website.
The ESOL Directory lists TESOL courses free of charge. This page is now open to all ESOL/EFL schools to list their details, also free of charge.
Become a member of TESOLANZ to be informed, keep in touch, join in and show your support of our work.