We are excited to welcome you to the 2022 edition of one of the most innovative ELT events in Latin America. This time the conference is going to be under the motto “Ready for the Phygital ELT Era? Thriving in Disruptive Education”. TESOL Colombia V will continue to include engaging features such as an English Teaching Design Lab, Enhanced Professional development through micro-courses at our ELT Academy, along with TESOL Colombia Awards, and the Technology Hub.
Ready to make difference in ELT?
Submissions are open for this new
Keep in mind that you can take advantage of your time while attending the conference and receive an additional Certificate! In the program, you will find sessions for micro-courses from our professional development portfolio. Be sure to choose the topics that interest you.
A Challenge Experience for English teachers is back at TESOL Colombia! It will gather experts in language teaching like you for a hands-on session on problem-solving, ideation, and creativity. Don´t miss out on this thought-provoking idea generation session. Remember to be part of the change. Join Us!
Do you want to become an innovative teacher? At the Technology Hub, you will find varied resources and new trends in EdTech. You will have access to a parallel program of presentations focused on technology for teaching / learning English.
We are looking for the most outstanding English teachers, impactful institutions, and innovative projects in ELT.
Prices and discounts
Until July 15
From July 16
Dr. Ken Beatty, Anaheim University TESOL Professor, has worked in Asia, the Middle East, and North and South America, lecturing on language teaching and computer-assisted language learning from the primary through university levels. He’s author/co-author of 148 readers and textbooks and has given 500+ teacher-training sessions and conference presentations in 35 countries. kenbeatty.ca
Dr. Elena King is an associate professor of English and associate director of the M.A. TESOL Program at Greensboro College. She received her M.A. in TESOL and PhD in Curriculum and Instruction in Urban Education, with a focus in TESOL from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Her research interests include teacher identity and notions of success.
Recognized as one of Latin America's most influential and capable digital transformation pioneers, with direct influence over hundreds of institutions and thousands of solutions, advancing efficacy, innovation and productivity for the knowledge economy in over 25 countries.
She holds a Ph.D. in Urban Education and currently directs the Graduate programs in TESOL at Greensboro College, USA, where she has been since 2014.
Pablo Toledo is an English teacher and teacher trainer (IES “Joaquín V. González”), holds a diploma in education policy from Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, and is currently studying towards a postgraduate diploma in educational assessment at the University of Cambridge. Before joining Cambridge Assessment English, he managed projects in the areas of remote teaching and internationalization of higher education.
Rosamira Guillen is a Colombian landscape architect, environmental designer-turned- conservationist and National Geographic Explorer. She is the co-founder and Executive Director of Fundación Proyecto Tití, a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and conservation of one of Colombia’s most endangered native primate species: the cotton-top tamarin.
Licensed Professor of English ad Spanish from the National Pedagogic University (Colombia), Especialized in Education Management (Uniminuto) Especialized in Pedagogy and Teaching (Areadina). Master 1 from Société Université de Bretagne Occidentale. Master in applied linguistics (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana) and Master in Education (Uniandes).