Georgia Teachers of English to
Speakers of Other Languages
     
 
2018 37th Annual Georgia TESOL Conference
September 28-29, 2018

Georgia International Convention Center
Atlanta, GA


Making Relevant Connections:  Research, Policy, and Practice
  • Understand the research that undergirds policy and practice.  Find out what research is on the horizon.
  • Listen to government officials explain how educational policy is intended to impact everyday practice.
  • Explore current instructional practices in breakout sessions.  Walk away with techniques you can use.


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Contact a Conference Team Member for Assistance
 
Lela Horne, Conference Chair

Cherri Washington, Registration Chair

Greg Wickersham, Program Chair

Jan Anglade, Exhibitor Liaison

Asha Jassani, Volunteer Coordinator

 
 

 

Visa Information

For general visa information, visit the U.S. State Department website.

Citizens from participating countries who meet the requirements for the Visa Waiver Program can travel to the United States for business or tourism for up to 90 days without obtaining a visa. To see if you qualify, please review Visa Waiver Program Eligibility Requirements. 

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If you would like to sponsor any portion of the 2018 GATESOL Conference, please contact the Conference Chair, Lela Horne.

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