TESOL Conferences
We have an annual conference, held in the spring, rotating among the different regions of Tennessee.  As a member of TNTESOL, you'll receive up·to·date info on conferences throughout the Southeast and in Tennessee.

Upcoming Conferences in 2019-2020:

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TNTESOL Schedule of Conferences
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2019 - Gatlinburg: "United We Stand"
2018 - Franklin: "Give Light: Learn from the Past; Teach in the Present; Illuminate the Future"
2017 - Memphis: "RESPECT: Bridging Languages, Academics and Communities"
2016 - Murfreesboro: "RTI2: Responding Together to Ignite and Inpsire" March 17-19
2015 - Bristol: "Race To The Top" March 5-7
2014 - Nashville/Clarksville: "Gateway To The South" March 19-22
2013 - Memphis: "Fun and Learning A to Zoo"
2012 - Nashville: " A Brand New Day in the 21st Century"
2011 - Murfreesboro:"Refreshing the Mind; Teaching from the Heart"
2010 - Chattanooga: "All Aboard for ESOL"
2009 - Franklin: "Meeting In the Middle; Teaching Side By Side"
2008 - Memphis: “Language and Music: The Perfect Blend”

Conference cancellations and refunds:
Requests for refunds of registration fees must be received, in writing, no later than 30 days prior to the conference date. A US$50 processing fee will be deducted from the registration fees paid. Refund requests received after the refund deadline will not be honored.
  • No refunds after the deadline (30 days prior to conference).
  • Not refundable: Pre- / Post-conference Institutes and Friday Night Event.
  • No refunds are issued at the conference.
Hotel room cancellations follow the policy of the hotel. TNTESOL does not have control over hotel policies.

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Tennessee TESOL is a professional, non-profit association whose purposes are to promote scholarship, to disseminate information, to strengthen at all levels instruction and research in the teaching of English to speakers of other languages or dialects, to advocate for and support local, state, and national initiatives that will assure access to educational programs for students learning English as an additional language, and to cooperate in appropriate ways with other groups having similar concerns.

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