There might be no f-u-n in conference, but if professional networking and development aren’t a selling point for you, then consider this: this year’s meeting and reception will be at the Mobile Carnival Museum! Fun! So if this sounds like something you might enjoy, click here for more information.
You might know Massachusetts for the Salem witch hunts, however, the Southern New England Regional Dual Language Conference will be taking place in Farmingham so you might escape the creepy vibes. Attend the conference to network and share instructional methods that promote bilingualism and multiculturalism.
We must continue evolving along with technology, c’est la vie… The ALWC will help you understand teaching in the digital age. Fun fact, Rochester has a reputation for being one of the snowiest cities in the US, so make sure to pack your Pajar and Sorel boots.
If you always wanted to incorporate technology in your classroom but don’t know how T4T just might be the conference for you!
The Spokane Regional ESL Conference will be taking place at the end of February 2020. If you are a k-12 ESL teacher you want to consider checking in out. Located at the beautiful Twickenham Park, this year’s Spokane conference will not only provide you with networking opportunities but with beautiful nature-walk opportunities as well.
The ITBE annual convention is set in Lisle, Illinois. And here is a fun tidbit of knowledge, most of John Hughes’s movies are set in Chicago, Illinois. But, if you are attending, Chicago is only 33 minutes away by car (according to Google Maps), so if you’re a fan make sure to visit the city that inspired the legendary director.
The OC is one fun place: Disneyland Park, Anaheim, Laguna Beach… It’s the American Dream encapsulated. This year’s CATESOL Orange County Chapter will be taking place there so not only will you have a chance to connect with professionals from the ELT industry but also get a nice tan.
This year’s Ontario 2019 TESL Conference will be taking place at the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre. The theme of the conference is Cultivating Innovation and Inclusion. Dorothy Zemach will be one of this year’s three keynote speakers, with her topic ‘The (Dis)comfort Zone’. We will be sending out swag, so make sure to check out those goodie bags!
Bread, butter, and lakes… What more can you possibly need? The 6th Annual Minnesota English Learner Education (MELEd) Conference will be held November 22-23, 2019 at the Saint Paul RiverCentre. Keep an eye out for some EC swag!
SPEAQ is an organization based in Quebec. It aims to advance the teaching of English as a second language in Quebec. SPEAQ brings together those persons engaged or interested in the teaching of English as a second language in Quebec. The 47th annual convention will be taking place at Hotel Bonaventure Montreal.