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Moderators: Please fill in the table (cells will adjust to fit). Links to your platform(s) should be available by the end of Week 3 (November 5). Please enable easy access to your platform(s) during week 4 so that other moderators and coordinators can visit and provide feedback.  


  • Sessions will be listed in the announcement page alphabetically. We have ordered them here according to the working title; if you change your title, please reflect that change here. Don't worry about moving the row to a different place in the table, however. A modified version of this page will become the Call for Participation. You can see 2015's here
  • Please add the links to your online sites on your own session page on this wiki (this is linked from the title of your session in the table below)
  • Please check the accuracy of all links! If the link to your session page is incorrect, please fix it or let Nina know at nina dot liakos at gmail dot com. 
  • Please use moderators' first and last names and be sure the spelling is correct. Thanks. 


Note from Vance: I notice that all the labels in column 1 on this table are set to heading 3. This being the case, you could easily insert a table of contents here.

To do this, pull down INSERT, select Table of Contents, and then Insert the plugin, as in the screenshot here: https://www.screencast.com/t/YgbzgVoK6

Because all headings are H3, this will create a 3rd level ToC. If you change the headings to H1, it will create a top level ToC. Try it if you want to see how it works.


Note: Click on the arrow located on the right (same level as the edit tab) to  hide the right hand column and see the whole table. In Edit mode, use the horizontal scroll bar at the bottom.


Title (Linked to Session Page) Logo  Abstract Links to main platform(s)  Moderators  Sponsor(s)  Hashtag 


  This session will invite interested teachers to join us in playing Minecraft, learning all we can about playing alone and together, and how Minecraft is being used effectively in language learning. We'll learn by doing and from one another. We'll continue where we left off last year while welcoming and assisting newcomers.   http://missions4evomc.pbworks.com/  Rose Bard, Jane Chien, David Dodgson, Kim Harrison, Jo Kay, Jeff Kuhn; Mircea Patrascu, Dakota Redstone, Aaron Schwartz; Marijana Smolčec, Filip Smolčec, Vance Stevens  TESOL CALL-IS  #evomc18 

2018_Teaching_Listening: principles, techniques and technologies


A lot of teachers find that listening is a tricky skill to teach. This session is your golden opportunity to 'hack' this skill. 

During this session you will design, try out and discuss a range of listening activities informed by research and expand your knowledge of online resources and tech tools for teaching listening.  



Use course code: PQMXT-959H4

Olya Sergeeva
Lizzie Pinard
Elena Wilkinson; 
Jennie Wright;
Richard Cauldwell;
Marina Kladova;
Maria Matheas;
Helen Haga;
Daniela Martino





Classroom-based_Research for Professional Development



This session will provide a hands-on introduction to inquiry-based teacher development, especially (though not exclusively) for teachers working in diffiult circumstances (large classes, low-resource classrooms, etc.). The five-week workshop will take participants through different stages of teacher-research, engaging them in practical activities to gradually build their confidence in teacher-research.


http://classroombasedresearch.weebly.com/evo2018.html  Richard Smith, Amol Padwad, Richard Smith, Kenan Dikilitaş, Asli Lidice Gokturk Saglam, Abdullah Al-Rawahi, Jason Anderson, Chris Banister, Melike Bulut, Babita Sharma Chapagain, Phil Chappell, Sal Consoli, Krishna Dixit, Seden Eraldemir Tuyan, Michelle Evans, Sadeqa Ghazal, Sonika Gupta, Ruben Mazzei, Elizabeth Muñoz, Ana Ines Salvi, Ferah Senaydin, Mariana Serra, Rhian Webb, Mark Wyatt, Beril Yücel

All-India Network of English Teachers (AINET)
English Language Professionals' Association (ELPA) - Ethiopia; 
Red de Investigadores Chilenos (RICELT)
Teaching English in Large Classes network (TELCnet)


Classroom Online Tools             


  This five-week online workshop is designed for both those new to flipped learning and those who are already flipping their classes. In flipped learning, content delivery takes place outside of class freeing the instructor to focus class time on interactive, collaborative projects and activities for maximum language acquisition in a meaningful context. Participants will practice with various video creation tools, gain skills in curating already existing media, and will learn how to effectively incorporate these resources into their teaching practices. Of course, wheneer possible, the workshop employs a flipped approach! 


(requires simple registration process)

John Graney; Jeff Magoto; Kevin Coleman; Martha Ramirez; Carolina R.Buitrago; Katja Auffret; Juliana Díaz; Diana Salazar 



Sponsor: TESOL CALL-IS  #FlippedLearning2018 

Designed by a seasoned team of  long standing EVO moderators and participants, ICT4ELT (Information and Communication Technology for English Language Teachers) is a session for teachers who want to explore how computers and computer technology could be useful in their teaching but do not know where to start.

If you want to liven up your classroom with technology, come and join us!




Jose Antonio da Silva

Tiziana Angiolini

Marijana Smolcec

Ayat Tawel

Margaret Jones

Bozinovic, Sanja

Filipovic, Sneza



Integrated Approach to Pronunciation Learning




Mother Tongue Use in the EFL Classroom

  This session promotes judicious use of the mother tongue in EFL classrooms as a way to strengthen the link between theory and practice. Participants reflect on their own teaching and implement optimal mother tongue strategies in an attempt to create a learning environment that values all languages and cultures and which builds upon existing language knowledge. 


(requires simple Schoology sign-up and access code FJ5B8-3XNQV)

Georgios Neokleous, Anna Krulatz 

Teacher Education Interest Section,

Norwegian National Academic Council for English Studies


QR Codes in Action



Designed by Dr. Nellie Deutsch, Nezaket Özgirin, and Sibel Taskin Simsek, “QR Codes in Action” is a session for teachers who want to explore how QR Codes could be useful in motivating learners and teachers. If you are one of these teachers, but do not know how to create and use QR codes in your classes, please feel free to join us. 





Teacher, trainer, coach- developing the Business English Professional




All teachers have tried to teach pronunciation using 'listen and repeat', and most of us have found the results unsatisfactory.


But there is a different way, which works very well.


The 'Articulatory Approach' teaches students what to do with their mouths to sound right.


Join us to explore how to teach pronunciation this way.




Use course code: MJ7SP-F9BHG

Roslyn Young, Carrie Terry and Piers Messum     




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