WEBINAR: Why You Need To Care and What You Can Do About It

English USA presents a new webinar: Why You Need To Care and What You Can Do About It: Supporting Our Students & Programs Come join Mackenzie Kerby and Cheryl Delk-Le Good to this online session on the importance of advocating for our English language programs and international education as a whole. “Advocating” is just a fancy word for educating and ... Read More »

Immigrant Student Success: Strategies and Tools for K-12 and Adult Educators

The Immigrant Learning Center’s Public Education Institute and Re-imagining Migration host the eighth annual free online workshop Immigrant Student Success: Strategies and Tools for K-12 and Adult Educators on Wednesday and Thursday, July 8 and 9, from 12:00 to 3:00 PM EDT. Certificates of completion are available by request. With brand new content and more than 10 speakers, participants will learn how ... Read More »

New Ways in Teaching with Creative Writing

New Ways in Teaching with Creative Writing

by Patrick T. Randolph and Joseph I. Ruppert “I am the poet of the body, And I am the poet of the soul.” Walt Whitman Leaves of Grass New Ways in Teaching with Creative Writing, by Patrick T. Randolph and Joseph I. Ruppert, is the first book of its kind for the English Language Education Community. The co-editors hope the ... Read More »

Announcing The Winners Of The 2020 MIDTESOL Student Essay Awards

MIDTESOL is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 MIDTESOL Student Essay Contest. Three winners were awarded at the K-12 level and at the Adult. Congratulations to these students who demonstrated excellence in written English. K-12 Winners Note: The 1st place, 2nd place, and 3rd place K-12 winners all go to the same school and have the same sponsoring teachers. ... Read More »

TESOL 2020 Convention Canceled

TESOL International has canceled the 2020 TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo, scheduled for 31 March – 3 April in Denver, Colorado. The decision comes after a state of emergency was declared in Colorado due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the full statement from TESOL here. Read More »

MIDTESOL Matters Spring 2020 Published

The Spring 2020 issue of MIDTESOL Matters, our affiliate newsletter, is now available. In this issue: Message from the President #MIDTESOL19 Conference Highlights #TESOL2020 Preview State Updates 2019 Award Recipients Click here to download this issue (PDF). Back issues of MIDTESOL Matters are available here. Read More »

FREE English Language Educator Conference – CANCELED

Update 3.11.20: The conference has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Save the date! Missouri State University’s English Language Institute presents the English Language Educator Conference on March 27 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. This free, one-day conference is designed for English language educators at the K-12 and university levels. Proposals The conference is accepting proposals until March ... Read More »

Ukrainian initiative GoGlobal launches 5th anniversary GoCamp

International call for volunteers to inspire 50 000 school children all over Ukraine in summer 2020 GoCamp – the biggest volunteering program in Eastern Europe of summer language school-based camps– is looking for 500 English, German or French-speaking volunteers from all over the world. We invite teachers, students, people of any profession to try yourself in amazing activities with kids! The ... Read More »

Call for MIDTESOL Journal Submissions


Calling all English language educators! The deadline for submitting manuscripts to MIDTESOL Journal has been extended to Sunday, March 1, 2020! MIDTESOL Journal is an annual blind peer-reviewed academic publication dedicated to the dissemination of research and ideas of interest to English language teaching professionals in Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, and worldwide. Articles in the MIDTESOL Journal are grounded in research, theory, pedagogy, and best practices ... Read More »

Free Webinar: Understanding Immigration Today


Join educators from Re-imagining Migration, Facing History and Ourselves, Neighborhood of Affordable Housing and more to learn strategies for creating safe and welcoming spaces for students to learn about immigration news and issues in The Immigrant Learning Center Public Education Institute’s next free webinar Understanding Immigration Today: Current Events in the Classroom on Wednesday, February 12, from 3:00-4:00 PM EST. Learn: Current immigration ... Read More »