Peer-to-peer facilitated discussions about a hot topic in TESOL. They will be scheduled as a 20-minute live round-table video discussion. Attendance is on a first-come, first-served basis. Limited to 16 attendees.

*Note: All sessions and presenters are subject to change. All times listed are in US eastern time.

Thursday, 25 March

9:00 AM – 9:20 AM

  • LPP Proposals: Teachers as Language Planners and Policy Makers (DJ Kaiser)
  • For the Love of Reading: Integrating Extensive Reading (Roisin Dewart and Jane Nicholls)
  • Discussing the Impact of Poverty on Vocabulary Acquisition (Salim Sehlaoui)

3:00 PM – 3:20 PM

  • Transnationalism and Intersectional Identities in Language Teacher Education (April Salerno)
  • Shared Experiences: The Multifaceted Nature of Language Teacher Professional Identity (Doaa Rashed)

Friday, 26 March

9:00 AM – 9:20 AM

  • Supporting ESL Students With Disabilities (Amanda Brunson)
  • Demythologizing NEST Paradigms: A Step Toward Redefining CLIL Teacher Identity (Jermaine McDougald)

3:00 PM – 3:20 PM

  • Not Another PowerPoint: Creating Student-Generated Online Multimodal Projects (Mari Bodensteiner)
  • English Learners’ College Persistence and Completion: Paths to Success (Kelsey Daniels)

Saturday, 27 March

11:00 AM – 11:20 AM

  • Co-teaching: Successes, Challenges, and Solutions to Move Forward (Elise Brittain)
  • Multilingual Pre-service Teachers' identity negotiation and reconstruction through poetry (Yixuan Wang)

3:00 PM – 3:20 PM

  • Contract Cheating: What Is It? How to Deal With It? (Thu Tran)
  • Translanguaging in the EFL Classroom: Student Voice, Freedom, and Access (Amanda Swearingen)