Special Interest Group:

Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL)

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March 2017 Updates

A message from your SIG Leader,
Austin Kaufmann:


A message from your SIG Leader,

Welcome to the MITESOL CALL Special Interest Group! This SIG is a community for any and all ELT professionals interested in Computer Assisted Language Learning and educational technology more broadly.


For anyone who is new to this SIG or interested in connecting with us, I encourage everyone to join our MITESOL CALL SIG Facebook Group. Within this online community, we share links and expertise, ask and answer questions, and offer advice related to educational technology, as it pertains to English Language teaching. Throughout the year, certain members volunteer to be responsible for submitting regular content , but any member is encouraged to post.


Technically, it’s a “closed” group, so you’ll need to “request” to be added to the group, but any interested ELT professional is welcome to join. One does not need to officially be a member of the MITESOL CALL SIG to join the Facebook Group.


-- Austin Kaufmann, MITESOL CALL SIG Leader






Share Your Expertise


MITESOL 2018 Call for Proposals

Michigan Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages invites professionals involved with English learners to submit proposals for our annual conference, to be held October 26 & 27, at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan.


MITESOL 2018 invites proposals related to all aspects of ESL/ELL/EAL in diverse contexts, including recent research, best practices, standards-based instruction, assessment, language policy & advocacy, CALL, program administration, and professional development.


Proposals must be submitted through MITESOL’s online conference proposal system, which will become available this summer.


Upcoming Events

Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Conference:
March 7-9, 2018 
 Amway Grand Plaza Hotel and DeVos Place  Grand Rapids, MI.


Electronic Village at the TESOL 2018 International Convention and Language Expo

March 27-30, 2018 – Chicago, IL.




2018 National Geographic Learning / Michigan State University Learning Symposium:
“Best Practices in Teaching Speaking and Pronunciation”

April 14, 2018 – East Lansing, MI



CALICO 2018

May 29-June 2, 2018  University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL.


Educational Technology Organization of Michigan (ETOM) Summer 2018

June 11-12, 2018 Kettunen Center Tustin, MI.




News, Articles, Publications & Discussions


TESOL Educational Technology Blog: Welcome! Inaugural blog post from a new monthly article series hosted by TESOL.


Creativity and Digital Literacies in English for Specific Purposesfrom Essential Competencies for English-medium University Teaching.


“Technology and Professional Development” from Wiley Online Library



Resources


FLTMag: A free magazine on technology integration in language teaching and learning


EdTech Mega Padlet: Great resource for finding ed tech apps. Careful! You can get lost down this rabbit hole!

EdTechTeacher: Fantastic online resource for all things EdTech; not specifically for language teachers.


Edudemic: Great source of articles and EdTech-related guides for students and teachers alike.

TESOL Technology Standards:  This book, published by TESOL Press (2011) and  organized around student standards teacher standards, provides an easy guide through the technology standards and how they can be applied in the varied contexts in which language instruction occurs.



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