Resource Directories

Professional Organizations

 
An alphabetized directory of English language teaching professional organizations.
 
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SPELT (Society of Pakistan English Language Teachers)
Description:

SPELT is a registered, non-political, non-government, voluntary body of English Language teachers from schools, colleges and universities. Formed in 1984, in Karachi, it is dedicated to improving the standard of English teaching and learning in Pakistan. SPELT operates on the principle of team work and self-help to enable maximum exploitation of the limited resources available in the country.

SPELTA (St. Petersburg English Language Teachers’ Association)
Description:

SPELTA was created as a forum for anyone interested in teaching, studying, or using the English language. The Association aims at bringing together St .Petersburg teachers of English at all levels and in all areas. One of their primary objectives is to encourage specialists in EFL methodology and communication, teachers and textbook writers, as well as interpreters and translators to share experience and discuss ideas with colleagues both from Russia and the English-speaking world.

TEFLIN (The Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language in Indonesia)
Description:

TEFLIN Journal is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal dedicated to instilling and disseminating scholarly works in the field of English Language Teaching. TEFLIN Journal publishes both conceptually and practically oriented articles not published nor under review elsewhere.

TESL Canada
Description:

TESL Canada promotes excellence in the teaching and learning of English as a second or additional language in partnership with its constituent provincial and territorial associations, and like-minded national and international organizations.

TESL Ontario
Description:

TESL Ontario is a supportive community empowering educational professionals to help English language learners to thrive. They provide support and direction to professionals, government bodies and learners involved in English as a Second Language in Ontario.

TESLNS (Teachers of English as a Second Language in Nova Scotia)
Description:

TESL Nova Scotia is an association of people concerned with the teaching and learning of ESL in Nova Scotia. Membership is open to everyone. Workshops and/or a spring mini-conference, a web-based newsletter, an annual fall conference, and membership in TESL Canada provide opportunities for professional development and the sharing of ideas and concerns. They form professional links with other regional associations and individuals involved in or interested in ESL teaching, and with TESL Canada, the national organization which links the provincial TESL associations.

TESOL Affiliated Professional Organizations
Description:

There are a large amount of organizations affiliated with the TESOL International Association, their website has a directory of all the affiliated organizations so that wherever you are in the world you can find a TESOL organization near you.

TESOL Arabia
Description:

The goal of TESOL Arabia is to establish a network of communication among professionals who use English as a medium of instruction, in order to promote and maintain the excellence of their teaching and administration.

TESOL Chile
Description:

TESOL Chile became an official affiliate of TESOL international in 2005. Since its beginning, the organization has actively sought ways to unite English teachers in Chile and to foster professional development.

TESOL France
Description:

TESOL France is a non-profit organization of teachers of English in France run entirely by volunteers. Its purposes are to stimulate professional development, to disseminate information about research, books and other materials related to English, and to strengthen instruction and research.

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