Resource Directories

Professional Organizations

 
An alphabetized directory of English language teaching professional organizations.
 
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AAELTA (Addis Ababa English Language Teachers’ Association)
Description:

AAELTA is an association of Ethiopian English language teachers and professionals which is formed by the initiation of a few English language teachers and is open to any Ethiopian who works as an English language teacher or professional.

ACPI TESOL (Costa Rican Association of English Teachers)
Description:

ACPI TESOL is the only English teacher association in Costa Rica. They provide legal support to help teachers achieve higher academic accreditation, and offer training to the professionals in the field of teaching English.

ACTA (Australian Council of TESOL Associations)
Description:

Seeking to advocate for and enhance the profile of the TESOL profession in Australia through a wide range of activities in local, regional, national and international contexts.

AILA (International Association of Applied Linguistics)
Description:

AILA is an international federation of national and regional associations of Applied Linguistics. AILA has a membership of more than 8.000 individuals worldwide who as researchers, policy makers or practitioners are active in the field of Applied Linguistics.

ANUPI (National Association of University English Professors)
Description:

The mission of the National Association of English Teachers at University Level (non-profit organization), is to improve the quality of the teaching of English as a foreign language (EFL/ESL) in Mexico, to promote the professional development of those involved in the profession, and to initiate and support research in this area.

APPI (Associacao Portuguesa de Professores de Ingles)
Description:

APPI’s activity is focused on improving English language teaching in Portugal. To this effect APPI has been providing their members with a number of opportunities for building their own professional development. APPI’s mission is achieved through consistently appealing to members and teachers of English at large for a lifelong professional updating to be made possible both by APPI’s human and material resources.

ASOCOPI (The Colombian Association of Teachers of English)
Description:

ASOCOPI is a non-profit professional organization whose mission is to contribute in the betterment of English Language Teaching in Colombia my means of promoting quality Educators. ASOCOPI will be seen as a respectable representative of English teachers and English teaching in Colombia, and will play a leading role in the promotion of quality teaching, and social responsibility in our country and the region.

ATECR (Association of Teachers of English of the Czech Republic)
Description:

ATECR enables teachers to express freely their views in relation to the teaching of English and protect their interests against interference from higher authorities. They also promote exchange visits, working parties and study exchanges between Czech teachers of English and teachers of English from other countries. The ATECR hopes to ensure, through the use of English, closer cooperation with the rest of the world and an increase in greater international understanding.

ATESL (Alberta Teachers of English as a Second Language)
Description:

The Alberta Teachers of English as a Second Language (ATESL) is a professional organization that promotes the highest standards of teaching and English language program provision for all learners in Alberta whose first language is other than English.

AzETA (Azerbaijan English Teachers’ Association)
Description:

AzETA is a professional non-government, non-profit organisation of English teachers of Azerbaijan. It unites about 1,200 English teachers throughout the country. Since its establishment AzETA works closely with British Council, Peace Corps and US Embassy in Azerbaijan.

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