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April 2019
6 Models of Flipped Learning Instruction
by Helaine W. Marshall
Flipped learning has found a strong voice within TESOL, but which model is right for you and your English learners? Here are six well-researched models, with appropriate contexts, to help you choose. Read More
Growing an ELT Side Hustle: The Power of Online Tools
by Kallie-Jo Ho and Valerie Abbott
Looking to make some extra money as an ELT educator? Pick up some tips from two experienced professionals. Read More
Mindful ESOL: A Speaking and Listening Self-Awareness Project
by Julie George
This task-based project empowers language learners to apply knowledge and improve retention. Read More
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Quick Tip: Word Cards—A Practical Tool for Vocabulary Learning
by Richard Christopher Gray

Learning vocabulary words can be intimidating, especially for English learners, who are still mastering how to effectively implement word strategies. Understanding how to effectively and properly use word cards can help your students better acquire vocabulary. Read More

From the Executive Director: A New Look for the TESOL Office
by Christopher Powers

TESOL Executive Director Chris Powers writes about the renovation of the TESOL Office into a space that is modern and economical and designed to reflect the needs of the association's global membership. The new space brings staff closer together so they can better serve TESOL's members. Read More

Association News
TESOL Advocacy: TESOL Supports Reaching English Learners Act in U.S. Congress.
Call for Submissions: TESOL Connections seeks unpublished articles about innovative, interesting, useful, and/or effective English language teaching practices, ideas, and trends.
TESOL Statement: TESOL Statement on the 2019 TESOL International Convention.
Upcoming TESOL professional development

Call for Contributions: New Ways in Teaching with Games will be a collection of activities and exercises that involve gaming and games which can enrich classrooms in both EFL and ESL contexts. (Submit by 12 April 2019)
Blog: Developing Listening Skills With Storytelling (Oxford University Press)
Report: Video in Language Teacher Education (British Council TeachingEnglish)
Blog: Achieving Accessibility for All of Our Learners (MiddleWeb)
Article: Literature and English Language Teaching and Learning: A Symbiotic Relationship (English Language Teaching via ResearchGate)
Report: 2019 English Learners Report (McGraw Hill)
Blog: Classroom Games: Designing for Experience (TESOL Blog)

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English Language Faculty Positions; Southern University of Science and Technology, Center for Language Education; Shenzhen, China

Teacher of English; British Council; Various Locations - East Asia, Singapore

English Learning Center Program Coordinator; Brigham Young University; Provo, Utah, USA

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New Books From TESOL Press
Check out these new books from TESOL Press.

Supporting English Learners with Exceptional Needs
This book provides a discussion of strengths-based and deficit-based mindsets, collaborative problem-solving, and universal supports for curriculum access.

The 6 Principles for Exemplary Teaching of English Learners®: Adult Education and Workforce Development
This exciting new book applies these principles to adults learning English in adult education and workforce development settings.

The 6 Principles® Quick Guide for Paraeducators
This Quick Guide is designed as an easily referenceable professional development tool to support paraeducators in their critical role supporting English learners.

Creating Visually Effective Materials for English Learners
This ebook includes practical ideas for making materials more accessible and appealing to English learners and other audiences.


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