Proposals sought for 2019 ECTESOL Conference

Posted on Oct 8, 2018 in News | 1 comment

Proposals sought for 2019 ECTESOL Conference

The Emerald Coast Teachers of English for Speakers of Other Languages invites and encourages you to submit a session, workshop, or paper/research proposal for the 2019 ECTESOL Annual Conference on Feb. 9, 2019 at the University of West Florida International Center in Pensacola.

The conference theme is “Exploring Paths to Literacy Proficiency” and  is seeking proposals that reflect the best and most promising topics, research and practice to support quality education of English learners and adult ELs from diverse populations.

General Requirements

  • Submissions must be received by Dec. 1.
  • Acceptances and notifications will be announced on Dec. 17.
  • Presenters will need to register (conference registration fee waived) by Jan. 11, 2019 to be included in the program. A computer with Internet access, projector, and screen will be available in each session room.
  • Registration deadline for all participants is Jan. 29, 2019.

Proposal Components

Title: 10-word limit

Session Type: Session, Workshop, panel discussions, demonstration, or paper/research (45 minutes); longer or shorter time slots are possible.

Abstract: (100-word limit) This abstract will be used in the conference  program.

Proposal: (200-word limit) Please describe your session or workshop and the significance of your presentation as it relates to the conference theme or ESOL/EFL.

Presenter’s Information: Please provide the following contact information: name(s), title (s), address(es), telephone number(s), institutional affiliation (s), and email address(es).

Presenter’s Bio: (50-word limit)

Selection Criteria: Proposals will be selected based on relevance to ESOL/EFL/IEP.

Submission Procedures

Please submit your proposals to Vicki Murphy, Vice President/Conference Chair, at, with copy to Dr. Arlene Costello, President, at If you have questions, please feel free to email the conference chair or the president.

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