Pre-Symposium Tuesday 29th September
Education is about pushing the boundaries
A changing global dynamic requires new insights, understandings and innovation which challenge TESOL researchers, policy makers and practitioners to rethink and redefine.
This conference explores the ways in which we can challenge boundaries in pedagogy, research, structures and systems to enhance the capacity of diverse learners to participate fully in a global society.
Super Early Bird: Thursday 30th January – Friday 28th February
Abstracts Close: Friday 1st May
Program Launch: Thursday 11th June
Event: 29th September – 2nd October 2020
The 2020 ACTA International Conference is a bi-annual event that encourages discussion and application between international TESOL learners and educators.
Hosted by QATESOL in the sunny city of Brisbane, we encourage you to consider submitting an abstract or register for the pre-symposium and three day conference.
Ms Gae Nastasi, President, QATESOL (Chair)
Ms Jacqi Bottger, EAL/D Teacher, Yeronga State High School
Ms Diana Brittain
Ms Penny Kourra
Ms Sharon Leslie
Ms Lauren Quinn
Ms Laraine Goldman, Teacher EAL/D, English, History, Former Head of Special Education Services for EALD Learners, Sunnybank State High School
Ms Michelle Ocriciano, EAP Teacher, University of Queensland
Ms Machelle Shepherd, EAL/D Support Teacher, Surfers Paradise State School
Mrs Sharon Steiner, EALD Teacher and Humanitarian Affairs Peace Ambassador
Ms Victoria Wilson, Lecturer (English Language & Academic Communications), Open Access College, University of Southern QLD