Meeting Challenges, Exploring Solutions in the Adult ESOL Classroom Conference

Meeting Challenges, Exploring Solutions in the Adult ESOL Classroom Conference

Saturday, October 13th, 2018



63 Fifth Avenue NEW YORK, NY 10011

Join us for this one-day conference that provides English language teaching professionals with a space to learn from one another, share ideas, and network.

Plenary: “Multilingual Understandings of English Competence and Success,” by noted author and scholar Lourdes Ortega, a professor in the Department of Linguistics at Georgetown University.

The New School has a long tradition of excellence in the training of teachers of English to speakers of other languages.

We welcome participation by professionals who seek to address critical issues in the field and hone their own craft.

ADMISSION: $30 per participant (until 10/12/18) $20 for New School students, faculty, staff, alumni (until 10/12/18) $35 for at the door registration (10/13/18)

For more information about the conference, please visit

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Sponsored by: English Language Studies at The New School [email protected] | 212.229.5372

2019 Annual Applied Linguistics Winter Conference (ALWC 2019) — Early Bird Registration Now Open!! 

Early Bird Registration Now Open!! 

2019 Annual Applied Linguistics Winter Conference (ALWC 2019)

sponsored by NYS TESOL and the Applied Linguistics Special Interest Group (SIG)

Saturday February 9, 2019 (8:00am-6:30pm)
Binghamton University, SUNY
Vestal, NY

Lunch included

Our web site:

Register online now: 

The theme this year surrounds the idea that technology and media are an integral part of language learning. For English language learners, we must continue to show media in other forms outside of the textbook. This includes multimodal texts, media not limited to images, and video. The conference provides the opportunity to present either research or practical methods that apply to English Language Learners. Join us to learn about practices being incorporated in throughout New York State.

Registration questions?

Email [email protected]

NYS TESOL 48th Annual Conference

NYS TESOL 48th Annual Conference
Nov 2 & 3, 2018
Albany Marriott, Albany NY
The schedule for the NYS TESOL 48th Annual Conference is now available!

You can register for the conference, check out the hotel, read the speakers’ bios, and see a list of sessions you can attend on practical topics such as ESL tech tools and advocacy for immigrants.

Pre-Register now at
Pre-registration will be available through October 26.

Call for Proposals 40th Annual Applied Linguistics Winter Conference (#ALWC2019 )

Call for Proposals

40th Annual Applied Linguistics Winter Conference (#ALWC2019 )

The theme for this year’s conference is World Citizenship through media in the TESOL classroom

Sponsored by: NYS TESOL Applied Linguistics SIG

Saturday, February 9, 2019 

Binghamton University, SUNY

We invite proposals for 30-minute presentations (20-minute talk and 10-minute Q&A), and 40-minute workshops on original research or pedagogical practices.

We also invite proposals for poster presentations, all of which will be displayed for a one-hour session.

Poster presentations are intended to be a format for reports of work in progress.

Although preference will be given to proposals related to the conference theme, submissions relevant to applied linguistics are still encouraged.

We invite all teachers, researchers, and students to submit a proposal for the conference consideration.

Submit your proposals online at

Deadline: November 15, 2018

For questions or further information, please contact the ALWC 2019 Conference Co-Chairs:  Karoline Kaon and & Ozge Yol at [email protected]

Tech in Ten — Baruch College’s Tools for Clear Speech

Tech in Ten — Sponsored by NYS TESOL NYC Region in collaboration with Baruch College’s Tools for Clear Speech

Register now!

Wednesday, Oct 17, 2018, 6-8 PM

Baruch College, CUNY

55 Lexington Avenue

Locations details in registration confirmation email.

Learn novel ideas for incorporating technology into your classes in this fast-paced and dynamic event! Each presenter has ten minutes to demonstrate a tech tool for ESL education, followed by a short Q&A.  Learn, share, and network at the reception after the presentations.

Advance Registration Required Due to Space Limitations

NYS TESOL Members: $10

Non-Members: $15

For more information: [email protected]

One Day Mini Conference: Forging Ahead: Crafting the Classroom of 2018

Forging Ahead: Crafting the Classroom of 2018

One Day Mini Conference

When: Saturday, May 12th, 2018

Time: Registration and Light Breakfast: 8:00am-9:00am
Workshops and Presentations: 9:15am-1:00pm

 Location:  Kaplan International

Empire State Building

63rd Floor, 350 5th Ave,

 New York, NY 10118

Register online at

For more information, please contact [email protected]

“Educators will leave with practical ideas that can be easily implemented into their lessons to make them more interesting, communicative and motivating to students. The communicative ideas presented will focus on the topics of English skills, using technology, grammar teaching, test preparation and developing leadership skills for ESL professionals. Participants in the mini-conference will also have the opportunity to network.”

2018 Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms (Fulbright TGC) Program

Apply Online

The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) and IREX are pleased to announce the launch of the 2018 application cycle for the Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms (Fulbright TGC) Program.

Fulbright TGC is a year-long professional development fellowship for United States elementary, middle, and high school teachers to become leaders in global education. Global education is integral to building 21st century skills, and teachers are the greatest resource to empower students as global citizens.

Applications are due
Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 11:59 PM EST.

Program Goals
Fulbright TGC strives to:
• Enhance teachers’ expertise in adapting teaching methods, lesson planning, and using instructional technology to internationalize the U.S. classroom.
• Support U.S. teachers to develop the leadership and professional skills to ensure that their students are knowledgeable about the world and prepared for careers in an increasingly competitive global economy.
• Prepare U.S. students to work and collaborate in multiple cultural contexts and to be more aware of other countries around the world through interaction with teachers globally.
• Develop mutual understanding and lasting relationships by sharing best educational practices between teachers and students in the U.S. and abroad.
The Fulbright TGC Program promotes diversity in the classroom and in learning. Fulbright TGC supports inclusion and strongly encourages teachers with disabilities to apply.

Learn more here!

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Our mailing address is:
1275 K ST NW Suite 600
Washington, DC 20005

Webinar — Effectively Serving Children in a Superdiverse Classroom: Implications for the Early Education System

Effectively Serving Children in a Superdiverse Classroom: Implications for the Early Education System

A webinar with

  • Maki Park
    Senior Policy Analyst and Program Coordinator, MPI
  • KaYing Yang
    Director, Programs and Partnerships, Coalition of Asian American Leaders
  • Jie Zong
    Associate Policy Analyst, MPI

Moderated by:

  • Margie McHugh
    Director, National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy, MPI

Thursday, February 22, 2018
1:00 P.M. ET (New York, D.C.) / 12:00 P.M.. CT (Chicago) /
11:00 A.M. MT (Denver) / 10:00 A.M. PT (San Francisco)

Register here: (1-hour webinar)

As the number and share of Dual Language Learners (DLLs) continues to grow across the United States, diversity within this population is also increasing. Although Spanish remains the most commonly spoken language among DLL families in most states, other minority languages have substantial representation in many school districts, cities, and counties. DLLs also span a wide range of races and ethnicities, countries of origin, levels of education, and migration histories. This “superdiversity” has important implications for early childhood education and care (ECEC) programs, schools, and other systems that face the challenge of building the capacity to effectively serve children with unique learning strengths and needs. And while a strong research base has proven the benefits of bilingual education models in supporting DLLs’ academic development, much less is known about effective strategies to serve these children in classrooms where multiple languages and cultures are represented, and no single non-English language is dominant.

This webinar marks the release of a new Migration Policy Institute report that provides an analysis of the diversity within the DLL population nationwide and at the state and local levels. The report also offers a closer look at three rapidly growing subgroups within the DLL population: Black and Asian American and Pacific Islander DLLs and young children of refugees. This is the first in a series of three reports that will explore the implications of superdiverse contexts for ECEC programs and systems.

On the webinar, authors of the report will provide an overview of its findings and policy implications. This will be followed by reflections from KaYing Yang, Director of Programs and Partnerships at the Coalition of Asian American Leaders in Minnesota, who will discuss on-the-ground challenges and responses related to early learning service provision in superdiverse settings. Ms. Yang has built and led community development efforts nationally and globally for more than two decades, and previously served as Executive Director for the only national Southeast Asian American advocacy organization in the United States.

For more information call 202-266-1929 or email [email protected]