Monthly Archive: September 2016

Vermont TESOL Report

By Sarah Forbes, NNETESOL Vermont Representative, September 2016 Vermont has had a busy year when it comes to educating and advocating for ELLs, refugees and international students. This report will highlight some of the news and programs around our Green Mountain State. If you would like to have your local news and events included next time, …

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Volunteer for TESOL!

TESOL International Association is currently seeking TESOL members to serve as award reviewers for 2017. Volunteering for this service enables you to use your expertise and experience to help evaluate award applicants, an integral part of the award selection process.   For more information, please click the link below. Applications are due by Saturday, 1 …

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2016 Conference Places to Stay

Need a place to stay for the conference? Check out our list of hotels near Gorham. We do have a small block of rooms set aside at the Ramada Plaza. More info on our Places to Stay site. Please follow and like us:

NNETESOL Conference Prices

Going to the NNETESOL 2016 conference in Gorham, Maine? A reminder that early bird pricing ends at noon tomorrow, Saturday September 24th, 2016! At that time, prices will go up by $10 for students and regular attendees. So get your tickets now and save ten bucks! Please follow and like us:

NNETESOL Annual Conference Schedule

Our first draft schedule with session topics is here! Visit the 2016 Schedule page on our web site for your first look! And don’t forget to check back again as the conference draws nearer  – things will likely change at least a tiny bit.   Please follow and like us:

The Shader Croft School Comes to Winooski

By Rebecca Savage, Winooski, VT High School ELL Teacher This summer the Shader Croft School ran two, five week programs in the Winooski middle school for ELL students. The Shader Croft School is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2000. They partner with various public schools to offer a four to five week literacy …

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Teaching & Staying Active

By Stephanie N. Brown Teaching is a full-body sport. We are mentally, spiritually and physically challenged within our jobs. We stay up late and wake up early. We take short lunches (if we even have lunch). We live on coffee and tea to keep us energized. But with all of our work demands, we sometimes forget to make time …

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