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Proposal for Knowledge-Based Member Communities

Dudley Reynolds
Dudley Reynolds

As part of its comprehensive review of governance processes and structures, TESOL International Association has been examining the function and structure of its knowledge-based member communities (KBMCs). Currently known as interest sections, these communities have been a central means for … Continue reading

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Proposal for New Affiliate Relations and Affiliate Network Professional Council

Dudley Reynolds
Dudley Reynolds

As part of its comprehensive review of governance processes and structures, TESOL International Association has been examining its relationship with affiliate professional teacher associations around the world. The association has more than 100 affiliates, creating a network of more than … Continue reading

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TESOL Board Seeks Member Feedback on Affiliates

Dudley Reynolds
Dudley Reynolds

Using feedback from the affiliate leaders and best evidence on successful professional affiliate relationships provided in the 2015 Governance Review Task Force report, the TESOL Board of Directors has proposed a vision of an affiliate program based on the following … Continue reading

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TESOL Board Seeks Member Feedback on Interest Sections

Dudley Reynolds
Dudley Reynolds

Using feedback from the 2015 Governance Review Task Force, input from Interest Section leaders, and best evidence on successful member communities in associations, the TESOL Board of Directors has proposed a vision for knowledge-based member communities within TESOL based on … Continue reading

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Learning About U.S. Advocacy From an International Perspective

Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis

The TESOL President’s Blog In 1988, I saw an Eddie Murphy movie called “Coming to America.” At that time, I had not yet made my first trip to the United States, so I was intrigued by how people from other … Continue reading

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