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Date registered: July 18, 2011

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  1. Apply for a research grant from TESOL — May 20, 2017
  2. Lessons on Advocacy — May 18, 2017
  3. Need some PD over the summer? — May 18, 2017
  4. Board vacancies — May 17, 2017
  5. Going to Chicago? Stay in a hostel!!!! — May 17, 2017

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Apply for a research grant from TESOL

TESOL will accept applications for the 2017 Research Mini-Grant Call for Proposals from 24 May to 4 July 2017. Mini-grant award recipients will be notified by 30 September. Proposals will be reviewed by the TESOL Research Professional Council and other qualified external reviewers. Each award provides up to US$2,500 for applicants who are conducting or …

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Lessons on Advocacy

http://www.tesol.org/advance-the-field/advocacy-resources/tesol-advocacy-policy-summit If you are wanting to know how things work at the federal level and how you can have an impact on U.S. policy, check out the TESOL Advocacy & Policy Summit. There is still limited space available, and the price goes up after May 19.     Please follow and like us:

Need some PD over the summer?

In case you get the itch to learn something new about English Learners over the summer, you can always turn to Stanford provide quality resources. The following is a free course that opened at the end of April, but it is a self-paced course.  Here’s the description: This course provides a set of resources designed …

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Board vacancies

NNETESOL has immediate opening for representatives on our board, for New Hampshire and Maine, and we are hoping you will want to join us. State reps keep the pulse of their state so our tri-state organization can learn from others. They also help us put on the annual conference, the next of which is to …

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Going to Chicago? Stay in a hostel!!!!

our Reasons why you should stay at a hostel for the TESOL 2018 Convention in Chicago. by Nicole Decoteau, NNETESOL Social Media Coordinator & ELL Program Director at New England College, Henniker, NH Did you even consider staying at a hostel for TESOL 2017?? I initially didn’t, but after doing a quick search of local hotel accommodations, …

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NNETESOL Proposal Deadline Extended!

Hey, all. It’s the end of the year, and we know it’s busy, so we think that some of you who usually present at our conference in maybe missed the deadline on Monday. I know I did. So here’s the new scoop: The conference will be November 4 at UVM in Burlington, VT. You can …

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Executive Board Opening: New Hampshire Representative Needed!

NNETESOL has an immediate opening for a NH representative on our board, and we are hoping you will want to join us.   State reps keep the pulse of their state so our tri-state organization can learn from others. They also help us put on the annual conference, the next of which is to be …

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Summer Courses (for credit!) at Marlboro College

Marlboro College Graduate & Professional Studies is offering the following courses this summer for graduate credit at our campus in Marlboro, VT. Registration is open now – May 12. Visit Marlboro’s Continuing Education Page or email Kara for more information khamilton@gradschool.marlboro.edu. ENGLISH APPLIED LINGUISTICS I, MATL603.SP17 – Select –Take MATL603.SP17 for credit ($2295)Audit MATL603.SP17 ($500) Credits: 3 Taught by: Beth …

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Job Opportunity: Private ESL Tutors Needed in Southern NH

From the recruiting team at Global LT: Global LT (www.Global-LT.com) enables corporate employees and their families to live and work successfully anywhere in the world. We are currently looking for private ESL tutors for three assignments: one in Rochester, NH and two in Dover, NH. Please note that we can only consider candidates who can …

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TESOL Blogs: Newcomers Learn About School

One of our Vermont State Representatives, Sarah Forbes, has posted a lively and informative piece on her TESOL blog. Here is an excerpt from the post:   “Recently, my first graders went on a school scavenger hunt. I have frequently used this activity as a newcomer orientation to the school and it’s always met with …

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