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November 28-30, 2019
Fall Consultation 2019: Canadian Council for Refugees
Canadian Council for Refugees Fall Consultation 28 - 30 November 2019, Ottawa, ON Sharing responsibility: Nationally, regionally, globally. Details inside.
November 23, 2019
TESL Saskatchewan PD Event~Gamification
Join us for a professional development workshop on Gamification - the art of turning learning into games to engage learners and increase interest. This workshop will be facilitated by Chayan Mallick, M.A. Applied Linguistics, CELTA, TESL Ontario, LIT2T. For more details, click to see inside.
November 15, 2019
Tears to Smiles Charity Fundraiser Event
BC TEAL hosts this annual fundraiser to support refugees in Canada entering PSE.
October 28, 2019
ARTS Action Research Workshop
This workshop provides both a look at the realities faced by small to mid-sized organizations today and a series of critical conceptual and practical building blocks to help organizations.
April 12-13, 2019
2019 TESL Sask / SK TEAL Conference: Build the Classroom
Gather together with colleagues, friends, and industry specialists in an exciting and impacting weekend of instruction and connecting.
April 6-7, 2019
British Council PD Workshop
The British Council, in collaboration with TESL Saskatchewan, provided a free two day IELTS Teacher-Training workshop designed for teachers who are already teaching IELTS classes, as well as for ESL instructors who wish to teach IELTS classes in the future. This workshop is not for IELTS Examiners.
March 9, 2019
Magnetic Mini-modules & Materials
This session will give the participants the opportunity to walk through four mini-modules, see the end result, and have access to the resources to use in their classroom.
February 2, 2019
Assisting Learners with SpLDs
This interactive online seminar will discuss instructional adaptations, techniques and tips that can benefit the entire student population.
January 12, 2019
Teaching English for Reconciliation
An all day workshop based on an approach to understanding the language classroom as a space which can engage in aspects of justice and reconciliation based on the book Teaching English for Reconciliation by Jan Dormer and Cheryl Woelk.