36th Annual International Colloquium: 17-19 November 2017
Language Connects People
: 17-19 November 2017
: Télécom ParisTech, 46 rue Barrault, 75013 Paris
Marjorie Rosenberg, Stephen Ryan,
and Marie-Hélène Fasquel-Erhart
Download the Colloquium Poster here.
Call for Proposals is now open!
Submit your proposal via the online form here.
Before submitting, please read carefully our list of handy advice on writing a proposal at the Colloquium Frequently Asked Questions
We are only able to accept speaker proposals
submitted via the online form. Please do not send them by emails.
31 May: Deadline for submitting proposals
1 June: Online delegate registration opens
1 June: Exhibitor stand booking opens
15 - 31 July: Acceptance notifications
1 September: Preliminary colloquim programme published
15 November: Online delegate registration closes at midnight
17 - 19 November: 36th Annual Colloquium
has been teaching general and business English for 35 years in Graz, Austria working for the University of Graz, the Styrian Teacher Training College, as well as with in-service teachers and corporate clients. She has published with Cambridge University Press, Pearson, National Geographic Cengage, Delta and Wayzgoose Press. Marjorie was the Chair of TEA (Teachers of English in Austria) and is the IATEFL President.
has been involved in language education for over 25 years. He is a professor in the School of Culture, Media and Society at Waseda University, Tokyo. His research and publications cover various aspects of psychology in language learning, with his most recent books being The Psychology of the Language Learner Revisited
, co-authored with Zoltán Dörnyei (Routledge) and Exploring Psychology in Language Learning and Teaching
, co-authored with Marion Williams and Sarah Mercer (Oxford University Press).
is an English literature teacher at the American OIB ((Option Internationale du Baccalauréat) section of Lycée International Nelson Mandela in Nantes as well as an ICT and teacher trainer. She was awarded with the Innovation Prize at the UNESCO Forum in 2013 and the Barcelona Global Forum in March 2014. She has been a Microsoft Expert Educator and eTwinning ambassador for several years. She is a 2017 finalist for the Global Teacher Prize. Marie-Hélène is a regular presenter at colloquia and webinars, has authored and co-authored five books, including “Anglais - Compréhension et expression écrites’’ (Ellipses) and is currently working on her next book about her teacher's experience.
0,00€ - All current members (individual or institutional), guests, up to 2 stand representatives per publisher, and plenaries.
Attending sessions is not permitting prior to registering at the door and collecting your badge.
49,00€ - All non-members and memberships that have lapsed.
27,00€ - For students, retired and unemployed individuals (a photocopy of the proof of this status is absolutely required upon arriving at the Colloquium otherwise you will be charged 49,00€. We are unable to make any exceptions). This membership payment includes automatic membership into TESOL France if you wish.
30,00€ - All speakers and poster presenters. This does NOT include membership to TESOL France. If you are a speaker and wish to join TESOL France you will be charged 49,00€.
Important Payment information:
Registration fee payments can only be made by:
- Cash in euros (upon arrival at the conference).
- Cheque (only drawn from a French bank account) either sent more than 4 days in advance or upon arrival at the conference.
- Wire transfer carried out more than 4 days in advance of the conference.
We cannot accept credit card payments.
If cheque or wire transfer payments aren't possible, attending delegates can pay their registration fee in cash upon arriving at the conference in November. Cash-paying delegates will be given a cash form to fill out. Upon payment at the door, delegates will be given a receipt if requested.
Handy downloadable documents for all delegates:
1) Click here for very handy information including travel and venue directions.
2) A list of hotels in the area: click here.
3) Click here
for a list of songs to listen to while you're in Paris.
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, selecting 'General Colloquium Inquiries'.