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What to Do in Atlanta (After Attending TESOL Convention Sessions)

TESOL Ambassador
TESOL Ambassador

Last year, I attended TESOL Convention for the first time; I had already attended other conventions, but this one exceeded my expectations completely in terms of organization, variety and selection of sessions, and, finally, the extensive opportunities for networking— which, … Continue reading

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What to Do in Atlanta (After Attending TESOL Convention Sessions)

My 3 Takeaways From TESOL 2018

TESOL Ambassador
TESOL Ambassador

Throngs of individuals, some traditionally dressed, beautiful colors, and exotic fabrics all crossed before me, excited voices eagerly chattering back and forth: The energy and wonder of being at my first convention was jaw-dropping. There before me was a sea … Continue reading

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My 3 Takeaways From TESOL 2018

The Unapologetic Advocate in Atlanta

David Cutler
David Cutler

How time flies! It’s almost time for the 2019 TESOL Convention in Atlanta, Georgia! My fourth convention, I’m excited to once again present attendees with an update on U.S. federal policies impacting English learners and teachers on 13 March from … Continue reading

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The Unapologetic Advocate in Atlanta

5 Tips for a Valuable Convention Experience

TESOL Ambassador
TESOL Ambassador

So, you’re coming to TESOL! You’re excited and you’re mapping out your entire conference experience on that handy dandy app. And if you’re like me, your plan is to get as much out of the convention as possible. In fact, … Continue reading

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5 Tips for a Valuable Convention Experience

Becoming a TESOL Ambassador

TESOL Ambassador
TESOL Ambassador

Let me begin with an anecdote. My teaching career started when I was 18 but without any experience. During my initial days as a teacher, I had no idea what all those teaching methods—CLT, learner-centered, task-based—meant, and, thus, chiefly employed … Continue reading

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