Preparing West Haven’s students in the field of language education is essential to their career success in adult education, instructional coordination, and recreational work. While they may have reference materials assisting them in their coursework, when it comes to choosing the right program, there are far fewer resources available for guidance.
To help address this, we at BestColleges.com have created a guide to master’s programs for ESL students. It covers core concerns and considerations for those looking to enter the field, including specializations, program options, and job outlook. It’s our hope to reach and guide as many students towards their best fit as we can.
You can take a look at our guide here:
ESL Master’s Program Essentials – https://www.bestcolleges.com/
AdjunctNation.com is an online resource for college faculty who wish to browse hundreds of jobs, deposit a resume, search through an exclusive textbook catalogue, compile a coursepack, adopt texts, put courses online, sign up for health insurance, purchase teaching supplies, calculate grades, connect with colleagues, or find a grant. Additionally, AdjunctNation is the web page of the Adjunct Advocate magazine. Published since 1992, the Adjunct Advocate serves 60,000 readers across the United States, Canada and Europe. Read issues of the Adjunct Advocate from 1992-present after first registering (no charge!).
CEA (Connecticut Education Association)
CEA advocates for teachers and public education. We’ve been a driving force in lobbying legislators for the resources public schools need and campaigning for high standards for teachers and students. Our proud history spans more than 150 years.
The Chronicle of Higher Education
The Chronicle is the No. 1 news source for college and university faculty members and administrators. Free for job seekers; paid subscription required to post positions.
Community College Week
Published every two weeks, 26 times a year, Community College Week is read by academics and other professionals who wish to find news and features not provided by other news sources, award-winning analyses of critical issues and events by experts in their fields, vital statistics and data, technology updates and special features, profiles of individuals and agencies influential to two-year colleges, and employment opportunities. Free for job seekers; paid subscription required to post positions.
Connecticut REAP is a free service designed to help educators find new and exciting teaching jobs, administrative jobs and other related service positions in Connecticut. Through REAP, you can find employment from 950 school districts and private schools nationwide. Human Resource departments find REAP is an invaluable service that can help you find the right educators, administrators or staff your district is looking for.
Dave’s ESL Cafe
Primarily international; a good source of information about potential employers, as well as job listings.
A Global Leading News Source covering educational, political, business, and environmental issues. Since 1997 EducationNews has provided the latest daily EducationNews coverage from world-wide sources. In addition to the U. S. and world media publications, commentaries and reports are featured and include comprehensive views on education issues from all sides of the political spectrum.
O-Hayo Sensei: The Newsletter of Teaching Jobs in Japan
Welcome to the world’s oldest, largest and most comprehensive (80+ positions/issue) English teaching jobs-in-Japan magazine. Now in its 24th year of twice-monthly publication, the free electronic newsletter O-Hayo Sensei reports the best currently available English teaching (and other English language-related) positions at conversation schools, universities, jukus, colleges, public schools and companies all across Japan.
TESOL International Association
As the largest organization focused exclusively on English language teaching for speakers of other languages, TESOL annually hosts more than 6,500 people from across the United States and around the world at its international convention. Educators at all levels attend to find a productive exchange of ideas and information and to feel the embrace of a dynamic professional community. *Membership required to access full resources; however, many resources are free, including a large collection of lesson plans.