The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) is the only national organization dedicated to the improvement and expansion of the teaching and learning of all languages at all levels of instruction. ACTFL is an individual membership organization of more than 7,000 foreign language educators and administrators from elementary through graduate education, as well as government and industry.
AZ-TESOL is the Arizona state affiliate of TESOL, the international professional organization for educators in the field of English as a Second or Foreign Language. Since AZ-TESOL began in 1954 as the Arizona Bilingual Council, it is entering its sixth decade of service in 2005.
The Association of Canadian Teachers in Japan (ACTJ) not only serves Canadian teachers who live (or used to live) in Japan but is open to anybody else in Japan with a strong connection to, or interest in, matters Canadian. As a member you receive our newsletter "Canadian Content" (3-4 times a year) and have the option of joining our electronic mailing list.
The Association for Teachers of English in Korea provides a voice for contract teachers in private learning institutes, primary and secondary schools, and universities.
Our goal is to improve the status of teachers in Korea. We will achieve this goal through advocacy, dialogue, development, and accountability.
The British Association of Lecturers in English for Academic Purposes (BALEAP) was founded in 1972 BALEAP is a national organisation of centres where EAP (English for Academic Purposes) is taught within British Universities and providers of higher education.
B.C. TEAL advances the profession of teaching English as an Additional Language in British Columbia through professional development, promotion of standards, advocacy and representation of ESL professionals.
BESIG is a truly professional body representing the interests and serving the needs of the international business English teaching community. BESIG is an organisation for the Business English teaching profession. BESIG's members are mainly teachers of Business English and include both native and non-native speakers of English.
CATESOL promotes professional competence and professional standards in the teaching of English to speakers of other languages, monitors educational policy, and represents the needs of ESL teachers and students to decision-making bodies such as school districts and state legislatures. Strategic Education Services provides CATESOL with legislative advocacy in Sacramento.
Cambodian Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (CamTESOL). CamTESOL was established in February 2004 as a mechanism to organise an annual conference on English Language Teaching (ELT) in Cambodia.
We exist solely to provide education for public benefit. Teaching and learning are the essence of what we do and we have some 2,000 staff around the world designing and delivering services. CfBT staff support educational reform, teach, advise, research and train. We work for and with individuals and communities in order to help them reach their potential.
The government's recognised centre for expertise on languages, CILT, the National Centre for Languages seeks to promote a greater national capability in languages, supporting and developing multilingualism and intercultural competence in all sectors.
ELT Calendar contains events, conferences, workshops and seminars for teachers of English as a Foreign Language in Japan. ELT Calendar is for TEFL teachers looking for professional development as well as networking opportunities. ELT Calendar includes calls for papers for language teaching conferences. If you teach English in Japan, you'll find many opportunities for professional TEFL development.
English Language Teachers' Association Stuttgart (ELTAS) was founded in 1989 as a professional association based in Stuttgart, Germany, with the aim of providing a forum for the professional development of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language.
Since its inception, ELTAS has grown into a recognized body registered under German law as a nonprofit-making charitable association (gemeinnütziger e.V.).
The English Language Teachers' Association (ELTA)- Rhine is a professional association of English teachers in the Rhineland. Approximately half our members are native speakers of English who teach either freelance or as employees of private language schools. The balance are German nationals teaching in state secondary schools or higher education.