Resource Directories

Professional Organizations

 
An alphabetized directory of English language teaching professional organizations.
 
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CAMELTA (Cameroon English Language and Literature Teachers’ Association)
Description:

CAMELTA is a national body whose major goal is to improve the quality of English Language teaching and learning and to promote high standards of in-service language teacher training in Cameroon. The association provides a forum for the upgrading and recycling of teachers, a gateway to the improvement of the quality of teaching. It thus helps provide better results in our classrooms.

CASLT (Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers)
Description:

CASLT believes that second language learning is an essential component of a formal education and that every second language teacher should have the opportunity to learn and grow in a supportive professional community. CASLT is committed to enhancing awareness, appreciation and understanding of the importance of second language learning and teaching throughout Canada and beyond.

Center for Applied Linguistics
Description:

CAL is a private, nonprofit organization working to improve communication through better understanding of language and culture. CAL has earned a national and international reputation for its contributions to the fields of bilingual, English as a second language, literacy, and foreign language education; dialect studies; language policy; refugee orientation; and the education of linguistically and culturally diverse adults and children.

Centre for Intercultural Education
Description:

NorQuest College's Centre for Intercultural Education is recognized regionally and nationally as a leader in integrated, intercultural applied research, education resource development and customized training solutions. A culturally integrated ESL curriculum for community orientation is one of the resources to offer for classroom practice.

CLANZ (Community Language Association of New Zealand)
Description:

CLANZ creates a pool of bilingual and multilingual speakers who have both language and cultural awareness that can be utilised for international trade and tourism. It will aid in the development of self esteem and cultural identity.

CLESOL (Community Languages Association New Zealand)
Description:

Since its inception in 1990 the CLESOL conference has brought together the needs and interests of two groups of language teachers and researchers. Community languages teachers are committed to maintaining the first languages of migrant and refugee groups settled in Aotearoa New Zealand, and introducing those languages to others interested in learning them.