KOTESOL will host a conference with the theme “Enhancing Classroom Interaction & Student-Teacher Dynamics” at Hanyang University in northeastern Seoul, March 25.
KOTESOL is the Korea branch of Teachers of English Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). It is a nonprofit organization that promotes professional development for English language instruction in Korea.
“We welcome educators from all nationalities and backgrounds and support those wishing to develop their teaching skills and education programs,” the organizers said on the KOTESOL website.
“KOTESOL aims to provide professional development, networking, and overall support to English teachers in Korea.”
The plenary speakers will be Graham Crookes from the University of Hawaii, Manoa, and Gordon West from Sookmyung Women’s University of Seoul.
The session will be from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The cost is 10,000 won for members and students and 20,000 won for non-members and free for new members joining on-site.
To get there, leave Hanyang University Station via exit 3. Walk straight until the intersection. Turn left to enter the university through the Hospital Entrance. Turn left and follow the path. Make the first right. There will be two buildings on your right. Walk past these and you will see the Humanities Building (Building 6) straight ahead.
Visit koreatesol.org for more information.