ELL Collaborative 2019 Summer Academy:

TNTESOL Mini-Conference

Sponsors: MTSU ELL Collaborative and TNTESOL


What:Two-day Conference, offering twelve hours of Professional Development
When:July 11 and 12, 2019
(8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.)
Where:MTSU Center for Educational Media and Professional Development McWherter Learning Resources Center, Room 101
Who:ESL Teachers, General Education Teachers, Pre-Service Teachers, School Administrators, District Administrators and anyone who wants to learn more about educating English Learners
Major Topic Strands:1) Building Bridges, 2) Data-Informed Instruction, 3) Literacy and Academic Language and 4) Culture of Learning
Sponsors:The ELL Collaborative at the MTSU College of Education 

Registration Fee: $35 per person, which includes: 

  • Lunch for both days
  • Morning coffee and daily snacks for both days
  • Parking for both days
  • Twelve hours of professional development

Sessions will be recorded. Participants will be asked to sign a permission form in order to register for this conference.

Payment online with Credit Card – By July 1, 2019
Payment by mail with Check – Received by June 24, 2019
(check and registration form must be received by mail no later than June 24, 2019
Only 150 seats available - register today!

Parking Information and complete schedule will be sent to all registrants the week before the conference.

FYI- If paying via check -to finalize your registration, please print and mail the downloaded PDF form (generated when clicking submit button) along with a check for the $35.00 registration fee. NOTE-If your registration form did not download please go to this LINK to fill out the form to submit. DO NOT REGISTER AGAIN VIA REGISTRATION BUTTON.

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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