Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) http://www.tesol.org
TESOL is a professional organization with over 100 national and international affiliates. TESOL's mission is to develop the expertise of its members and others involved in teaching English to speakers of other languages to help them foster effective communication in diverse settings while respecting individuals' language rights. TESOL sponsors a four-day international convention each year in the Spring.
TESOL 2015: Crossing Borders, Building Bridges
March 25-28, 2015
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
TESOL 2016: April 5-8, 2016; Baltimore, Maryland
TESOL 2017: March 21-24, 2017; Seattle, Washington
AMTESOL is an affiliate of TESOL. The venue for AMTESOL's annual 2-day conference alternates between Alabama and Mississippi. For more information about membership in AMTESOL, contact the Vice President for Membership, Dr. Susan Spezzini, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To join AMTESOL, visit http://www.amtesol.org/#!membership/cph1.
AMTESOL 2016: In January 2016 - city to be determined
Emerald Coast TESOL http://emeraldcoasttesol.org/
Emerald Coast TESOL serves educators at all levels of ESOL and has membership from southern Alabama and the Florida Gulf Coast.
Southeast Regional TESOL (SETESOL)
SETESOL is an association of 9 TESOL affiliates that represent 11 states in the Southeast. Each year, SETESOL's regional conference rotates to a different states. AMTESOL hosted the SETESOL conference in 1991, 1999, and 2008.
October 20-25, 2015
New Orleans, LA
SETESOL 2016: Kentucky TESOL - KYTESOL
SETESOL 2017: canceled due to 2018 TESOL Convention in Atlanta
SETESOL 2018: Sunshine State TESOL
SETESOL 2019: Alabama-Mississippi TESOL - AMTESOL
SETESOL 2020: Virginia TESOL - VATESOL
SETESOL 2021: Georgia TESOL - GATESOL
SETESOL 2022: Tennessee TESOL - TNTESOL
SETESOL 2023: Carolina TESOL
Southern Conference on Language Teaching (SCOLT) http://www.scolt.org
SCOLT 2015: "All That Glitters is SCOLT" 50th Anniversary
March 5-7, 2015
Call for proposals: deadline Aug. 15, 2014
February 18-20, 2016
Charlotte, North Carolina
March 16-18, 2017
Alabama Assoc. of Foreign Language Teachers (AAFLT) http://www.aaflt.org