From the Editor:

Learning English as another language is a global endeavor. ECTESOL Review invites submissions on and includes all topics within the scope of learning English as another language at any level (K-12, higher education, adult education): related linguistics topics, practitioner guides, innovative approaches to teaching English as another language, technology, culture and other related topics. Book reviews are also included. The mission of ECTESOL Review is: Open access publication to connect people and ideas to TESOL/TEFL.

Editorial Policy and Procedure ECTESOL Review is committed to scholarly inquiry, discussion, practitioner materials and reportage of topics related to learning English as another language (TESOL, ESOL, EFL, TFL, IEP, EAL, ESP and TEFL).

Emerald Coast TESOL invites members of TESOL and their affiliates and others who are interested in the field of English language teaching and learning to submit articles for our new peer-reviewed publication ECTESOL Review. We also invite you to become reviewers. We need reviewers for all levels (K-12/practitioner materials, research, theoretical essays/discussions, descriptive reports on innovative approaches/classrooms and book reviews). We need K-12 teachers, adult education/IEP professionals and higher education program professionals as well as researchers.

Manuscripts are considered in five categories: (1) research and (original, review, and interpretation), (2) theoretical essay and discussion, and (3) descriptive reports from the field, including descriptions of innovative programs or classrooms, (4) practitioner materials and (5) book reviews. Articles should be 1000 – 2500 words (5 pages double spaced) in length although longer pieces will be considered.

An important feature of ECTESOL Review is that reviews will be quick turn-around: 30 days. This will eliminate the long waits authors typically have that tie up their articles. Reviewers will receive a list of submitted articles about once per month from which they may select. Reviewers will be expected to review 3-4 articles per year (more if you have time). If you are interested in becoming a reviewer please email the editor, Laureen Fregeau, at

Please see Information for Authors for submission guidelines.