Thursday, 14 September 2017

Another Very Successful TESOL Research Network Colloquium 2017

TESOL Research Network Colloquium 2017


There were 170 attendees at the 2017 TESOL Research Network Colloquium. Attendees were academics, research students and classroom teachers, creating strong and important links across both academic and professional communities. Presentations were delivered by speakers from the Australian National University, Charles Sturt University, English Australia, the English Language Company, Fudan University, China, International Pacific University, Kaplan International English, La Trobe University, Macquarie University, Milner International College of English, Perth, Mission Australia, Navitas English, Osaka Shoin Women's University, Japan, Queensland University of Technology, Scots English College, TAFE, NSW, Torrens University, Universidad T├ęcnica del Norte, Ecuador, University English Centres Australia, the University of Canberra, the University of Manchester, the University of New England, the University of New South Wales, the University of Sydney, the University of Technology Isan, Thailand, the University of Technology, Sydney,the University of Wollongong, and Western Sydney University.


Some Compliments



It was an honour and a great pleasure to have participated in the TESOL Colluquium on Saturday. Everything was perfect! Congratulations for the organization.” Edson Estarneck

Thank you so much for offering me a valuable opportunity to present and learn from academics in the field in the TESOL Colloquium 2017. I am looking forward to future TESOL events organized at The University of Sydney.” Nhu Hien Luong Phan

"Thanks to you all for organising this colloquium including the workshops prior to the main event. They are both wonderful." Zuocheng Zhang

"Many thanks for organising the TESOL colloquium. It's very well organised and stimulating. I will definitely participate in the future events." Apisak Sukying

"Thank you so much for doing a wonderful and obviously huge job of organising the colloquium. I thoroughly enjoyed the presentations and chats with various participants. Several of my students attended and told me they got a lot out of the experience too." Laurel Acton

“... and thank you to you and the whole team for your organization of the colloquium. This was my third University of Sydney TESOL colloquium and as always, I look forward to attending more in the future.” B. Greg Dunne

Workshop 1: Examining intertextuality in second-language writing by Professor Diane Pecorari



Workshop 2: Multilingualism & TESOL by Dr Marie Stevenson



Registration, Welcome, Presentations, Dean's Award, Book and Journal Launches















































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