NEW 19 July 2014
All members see Members page about proposed Constitutional Amendments.

What is Tunisia TESOL?
Tunisia TESOL is a professional association for anyone involved in English teaching in Tunisia. We welcome professionals of all kinds: teacher, lecturer, researcher, inspector, or administrator. We aim to cross the state-private-school divide and to work together with the common interest and goal of improving the level of English proficiency in Tunisia.

This website is the official source of information for Tunisia TESOL. Information on this site takes priority over social media sources.

Statement of the President
Establishing Tunisia TESOL, an affiliate of the international TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) Organization, is a dream come true. Being a member of Tunisia TESOL will help you to be a professional in your field because it will keep you informed and point you to resources for self-development. In addition, it will keep you connected; it will help us all build a community of stakeholders involved in English language teaching/learning and related theoretical/applied research. As President of Tunisia-TESOL, I will do my best to promote these professional and community-building aspects of our affiliate organization, but I cannot do it alone.

Read the full statement

Tunisia TESOL is an affiliate of TESOL international and endeavours to further its mission and core values.

Important Notice

The Board of Tunisia TESOL decided in its meeting on Friday May 2nd to set up a new Facebook page
and make it the association’s official page. The main reason for this action is that the content of the old group page has become too broad and varied, often misrepresenting the original mission and objectives of the association. We sincerely apologize  to all the group members, most particularly our fee-paying members, for any inconvenience this switch may cause them, and we hope to serve you and the broader ELT community better through our Website and the new FB page.

For the Tunisia Tesol Board of Directors
Mohamed Daoud

Tunisia TESOL Third National Day

11 October 2014

Preparing for a Conference: From Abstract to Presentation

A Full Day Workshop

Presenting information clearly and effectively is a key skill to get your message or opinion across. Today, these skills are in demand whether you are an undergraduate, a postgraduate student or a professional. You may very well be asked to make a presentation and expected to perform it well. This can be a very daunting task if you are not prepared for it.

To answer the needs of its wider membership, Tunisia TESOL is organizing a one-day training to help its members (both professionals and students) become confident, self-sufficient and skilful applicants and potential captivating presenters at national and international conferences. The full day training will cover mainly preparing for a conference (selecting the right conference), writing an abstract, submitting a proposal, putting together a presentation and actually presenting your work.  

For details and application form see Events

Emerging technologies and evolving pedagogies in ELT

5-7 February 2015

ENIT, University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia


Tunisia TESOL 2nd International Conference aims to bring together scholars and practitioners around the theme of the use of technology in English language learning/teaching. We are interested in discussing the partial or total “blending” of technology into ELT curricula, course design, material development, day-to-day teaching as well as assessment.

We would like our conference to be an opportunity for practitioners to learn about the ways in which fellow teachers create “new learning spaces” and implement “innovative ideas” without losing sight of the learners’ needs as citizens in an increasingly globalized and digitized world.

The Organizing Committee invites various forms of submissions (presentations, posters, case studies, work-in-progress and product demonstrations, workshops, and product show-casing) on the topic of learning technologies and evolving pedagogies.

For details and proposal form see events

Registration number in Tunisia. 2013R04406APSF1,  JORT n° 138/29, p. 7034