Monthly Archive: May 2015

October SLIFE Institute in Vermont

SLIFEflyer   The link above is for a flyer that advertises an October institute on Students with Limited or Interrupted Schooling (SLIFE). Registration is starting now… Confused about SLIFE? Here’s an explanation from the Michigan ELT blog: English language learners (ELLs) are students learning English as a second or additional language.  There is a neglected and growing …

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TESOL Advocacy Summit June 21-23

http://www.tesol.org/events-landing-page/2015/03/13/2015-tesol-advocacy-policy-summit When? 21–23 June 2015 Where? Hilton Crystal City, Arlington, VA  – minutes from Capitol Hill in Washington, DC Why Should I Attend? By attending the TESOL Advocacy & Policy Summit, you will learn from experts and insiders about the latest federal education policy enhance your leadership skills with hands-on advocacy training share a powerful …

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$ for Research!

http://www.tesol.org/advance-the-field/research/2015-call-for-research-proposals TESOL just posted an announcement for a call for research proposals —projects that partner classroom practitioners with administrators and/or outside researchers are highly valued.  Full details on the website above.  Proposals are due July 15. Please follow and like us:

Deadline for Proposals is May 15

The deadline for submitting proposals for our November conference is next week! Come share your ideas with your colleagues! DEADLINE IS MAY 15!!! NNETESOL invites proposals for our upcoming conference on November 7th. Please consider sharing your expertise with your fellow colleagues and present at our annual NNETESOL Conference. Please submit a proposal application at …

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Deadline extended for TESOL task forces

TESOL International Association is now accepting applications for volunteers to serve on two new task forces: the Affiliate Task Force and the Interest Section Task Force. The task forces are charged, respectively, with conducting research on affiliate organizations and knowledge-based member communities, then reporting back to the Board of Directors on possible models and structures …

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