The annual TESOL convention offers English language teaching professionals and scholars from around the globe the premier opportunity for professional development. Educators and scholars from more than 100 countries exchange ideas and practices, explore a wide range of topics and current trends, expand their professional networks, engage in mentoring on research and other projects, review the latest professional publications and resources, and learn about advocacy efforts in their community and around the world.
We invite proposals from individuals from both within and beyond our region that focus on (1) developing tech-driven language teaching and assessment and (2) technology for intercultural understanding and intercultural competence, for 30-minute presentations plus 10 minutes for questions. The submission deadline March 1st, 2020 and the proposal form can be found at https://swallt.org/.
The goal of this symposium is to serve as a professional development forum tailored to the needs of post-secondary language educators, which will not only help to enhance the quality of language programs but also provide opportunities for inter-institutional collaboration. During the symposium, we will host workshops and sessions about different aspects of language teaching and program administration in higher education settings.
The Graduate Students of Language at Temple (GSOLT) invite you to submit a proposal for our 7th annual Language, Linguistics, and Life Conference. This student-run conference is a forum for graduate and undergraduate students to present their research in a supportive environment conducive to professional and scholarly development. We seek proposals for 20-minute oral paper presentations from graduate students and posters from undergraduate students. This year, we also invite proposals for 50-minute interactive workshops. We welcome presentations in any language.
The theme of this year’s conference is “Global Realities” and focuses on innovative approaches to second language and culture learning through actual global realities and virtual realities.
UNC Charlotte’s Department of Languages and Culture Studies is hosting the 5th International Symposium on Language for Specific Purposes (ISLSP) and Centers for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) Business Language Conference at UNC Charlotte’s Center City. Join us as we take stock and move forward within Languages for Specific Purposes exploring developments and innovation in research, practice, and curriculum.
Adapting and navigating have become a way of life for English language professionals. Join us as we share our experiences and strategies with this ongoing reality at the 2019 WAESOL Conference on Saturday, Oct. 26th at Renton Technical College.
When submitting your proposal, you will be asked to identify whether your submission is for one of our high quality 50 minute sessions for language educators, or a "Research to Practice" sesssion. SCOLT has added this new option for the 2020 conference. "Research to Practice" sessions will provide an opportunity for scholars to present current research relevant to language education. These 50 minute sessions will allow 2 presenters to share their research in engaging ways, focusing on implications for practice, and provide ample time for discussion.
The Department of English at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo organizes the Hawaiʻi International Conference on English Language and Literature Studies (HICELLS) with its theme “Trends in Research and Pedagogical Innovations in English Language and Literature” at UH Hilo main campus on March 13-14, 2020.
UM's English Language Institute is hosting the CALT (Classroom Assessment in Language Teaching) 2019 Regional Conference on the campus of the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana, Friday, September 27 to Saturday, September 28, 2019.