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39th Annual Fall Conference

  • November 09, 2019
  • 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Prince George's Community College, Largo, MD

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • 2 tables, 2 lunches for 2 representatives
  • 1 table, 1 lunch for representative
  • 1 table, 1 lunch for representative
  • Available for groups of 5 or more attendees
  • Special price for members
  • Advance registration
  • Advance Registration
  • Special discounted price for full-time students who are MDTESOL members
  • Special discounted price for full-time students who are MDTESOL members

Thank you for registering for the 39th Annual Fall Conference. We look forward to seeing you on November 9, 2019.
Registration is closed

Learner Agency: Engage, Educate, Empower

Featuring keynote speaker Dr. Rebecca Oxford

How do we help our students to be more self-directed and more active in their learning?
How can English learners empower themselves to propel their language acquisition?
How do teachers use strategies, technologies, and collaboration to engage learners?

Online registration is closed. If you didn't register but would like to join us, onsite registration will be available starting at 8:00 am on Saturday.

Just announced! Earn graduate credit for attending the conference, through our partnership with Dominican University of California. Click here for details.

Exciting news for the 2019 Conference - Maryland TESOL's program is going digital!


Check out our program app at mdtesol2019.sched.com


Click here for more information on how to make the most of our app



Exhibitor Information:

Nonprofit organizations - $61

Silver - 1 table - $85

Gold - 2 tables - $242

Platinum - 2 tables plus sponsor breakfast ($492) or lunch ($742)

Include materials in conference bags - $200

Please email firstVP@mdtesol.org to become a Platinum sponsor


Meet our Keynote Speakers

Dr. Ebony Terrell Shockley is the Executive Director of Teacher Education, an Associate Clinical Professor, and the Diversity Officer at the University of Maryland College Park's College of Education. A component of her work includes directing the Master's Certification Program. Dr. Shockley investigates the academic experiences of children of color and their teachers. She is a counter-narrativist with a research agenda that aims to center and affirm the voices of marginalized learners and their families, particularly highlighting the cultural, ancestral, linguistic, scientific, and historically-divergent knowledge profiles that are respected in their homes more frequently than their classrooms.

Lourdes Ortega is Professor in the Department of Linguistics at Georgetown University. Her research focuses on adult language learning in classroom settings. She is best known for her award-winning meta-analysis of second-language instruction in 2000, her best-seller textbook Understanding Second Language Acquisition (2009, translated into Mandarin in 2016), and for championing a social justice turn in the study of multilingualism. She is co-editor of the Cambridge Handbook of Bilingualism and author of over 80 other scholarly publications. Lourdes was born, raised, and college-educated in southern Spain, spent a year abroad at the University of Munich in the early 1980s, worked as a teacher of Spanish in Greece for almost a decade, and obtained her doctorate in the United States, the country where she has lived for over 25 years now. She is committed to encouraging connections between research and teaching and to supporting harmonious bilingualism and the well-being of all multilinguals.

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