You may want to write about your presentation or workshop, report on sessions you attended during the NileTESOL 2015 Conference or another TESOL Conference, or write about a technique or activity you applied in class that worked. This is a good place for sharing your ideas and experiences with all the NileTESOL members.
Articles are invited for submission on, but are not restricted to, the following:
– Ideas, strategies, activities, and materials to help NileTESOL members develop lessons, curricula, programs, materials, and evaluation instruments
– Classroom experiences, including problems met and how they were solved
– Taking technological & other ideas from NileTESOL conference presentations and applying them in class
– Sessions attended at the NileTESOL conference
Articles: maximum of 1,000 words with correct APA-style referencing. Please include your institutional affiliation and the title of your position with your article submission.
Please e-mail submissions to the editor:
Susan Esnawy, the American University in Cairo, firstname.lastname@example.org