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.
The CLESOL committee are pleased to announce the dates and venue for CLESOL 2016.
Date: 14-17 July 2016
Venue: University of Waikato
Please check www.clesol.org.nz for further information, and put this date in your diary.
ILN (that is, Intensive Literacy and Numeracy) courses are now exempt from the TEC requirement that teachers hold the NCALE (National Certificate in Adult Literacy Education). However, NZCEL Level 2 (that is, non-literacy ESOL classes) still require NCALE. See the report on the Tertiary SIG page.
What happens when a migrant, still learning English, is summoned for jury service? The official guidelines suggest that if they can have a conversation in English they should be able to serve on a jury. President Hilary Smith has written a paper on this subject which was sent to the Ministry Justice. They have now replied, and both the report and response can be seen on the policy page.
Where can you learn to teach English - or other languages? Visit the TESOLANZ Directory. Teaching institutions are welcome to send course information for the page - no charge.
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.
Become a member of TESOLANZ to be informed, keep in touch, join in and show your support of our work.