Arizio Sweeting presenting and the book display at the QATESOL Regional Conference in Mackay, August 2017 (photo by @cioccas)
Note: This chat has now taken place. You can read the transcript here.
The 2017 English Australia Conference was just a week ago, and we know many of you were there based on the volume of posts on Facebook and Twitter. Possibly you’re still processing and reflecting on what you learned and want to discuss it with others? Well, join us on Twitter this Sunday to share your highlights and ask questions.
If you weren’t in Adelaide last week, that’s no problem – you can share your experience and learning from any conference or other PD from throughout the year. Share with colleagues from around Australia what you saw, what you loved, what you found interesting or controversial. Let’s identify the hot topics for 2017 by comparing experiences from different events.
If you presented at a conference or other event, especially if it was your first time, share your experience with others to inspire them to step up next time!
At this time of year #AusELT hosts a chat on Twitter where we swap experiences, reflections, resources, links, etc. from PD we’ve done the year. If you haven’t been lucky enough to get to any events this year, come along and get a taste of what was on offer from those who did. It’s a good opportunity to ask questions and/or share new/interesting ideas that have come your way lately from sources other than conferences.
This#AusELT Twitter chat took place on Sunday 1st October 2017 at 8:30 pm AEDT (Canberra time). You can read the transcript here.
New members/New to Twitter?
Why not have a go? We can help you out. Get in touch with any of the #AusELT admin team on Facebook or Twitter (eg, @cioccas) or by leaving a comment below. Here are some posts that should also help you get started:
Carmel Davies leading a song in her workshop at the QATESOL Regional Conference in Mackay, August 2017 (photo by @cioccas)
This post by @cioccas