Poster Sessions

These are self-explanatory exhibits that allow participants to engage in informal discussion. For each poster session, there is a corresponding 20-minute pre-recorded presentation, PDF poster document(s), and Q & A discussion area.

*Note: All sessions and presenters are subject to change.

  • Reading Strategy Instruction Through Action Research: Where Learning Opportunities Abound
  • English as an Additional Language: Educational Innovations in Eastern Canada
  • Student Perceptions of an EAP Pathway: A Case Study
  • Power Posing: Enhancing ESL Students' Public Speaking Confidence
  • The Effectiveness of Explicit Pronunciation Instruction on Function Word Reduction
  • Peace Education and the EFL classroom: A Natural Union
  • Street View: What Students Really See in the Classroom
  • Test comparability study across 18 European nations
  • Foreign Students English Listening Comprehension at International Airports
  • Home Translanguaging: Challenges and Best Practices
  • Examining Graduate Students' Transformative Learning in a Community-Based TESOL Experience
  • Jumpstart for International High School Student Success
  • Lessons Learned Supporting Teachers in Integrating Content and Literacy
  • Revisiting Autobiographical Narrative for Aspiring Teachers' Reflective Learning
  • English Language Programs for MS Students in Engineering Disciplines
  • Creating Meaningful Final Ceremonies When Graduation Doesn't Apply
  • A Family Engagement Program: Building Relationships and Promoting Literacy
  • Teaching Combined-Level Courses - An Exercise in Compromise
  • Addressing the How, What, and Who in Teacher Preparation
  • Culture Capsule Project With ELs
  • Coming Together for College Success: A Presemester Program for ELs
  • Teacher Conferencing in Peru: Fitting Feedback to Teachers' Types
  • An Exploration of EFL Teachers’ Experience With Learning Disability Training
  • Student, Teacher, and Textbook Perceptions of ESL Pronunciation
  • Teaching With Empathy: Fostering Learning Beyond the Classroom
  • Advocating for First-Year Undergraduate ESL Students Through Job Crafting
  • Construction of Identity in Teaching Philosophy Statement
  • Preparing Teachers for the Dual Language Classroom
  • Being Mindful When Writing Feedback to Encourage Student Engagement
  • Engaging ITAs: task-based activities that build fluency and confidence
  • Language Demands in the Elementary Math Classroom: A Teacher-Led Inquiry
  • Advancing English Language Instruction Through Online Intercultural Exchanges
  • Pre-drivers curriculum: Benefits of relevant, engaging curriculum for young-adult ELs
  • Mentoring Support Program for Enabling Teachers to Conduct Classroom Research
  • (De)hailing: Genre Conventions and Politeness Strategies in Admissions Decision Letters
  • Screening for potential gifted and talented ELLs with the HBGSI
  • How to Improve Speaking and Listening Skills with Applied Improvisation
  • Serving Late-Arriving Immigrants With Absent Fathers
  • Teaching Language Arts at a Newcomers Academy: Challenges and Successes
  • Mentor-Mentee Interactions: An Investigative Study of the Process of Topics
  • ePortfolios: A High-Impact Practice in IEPs
  • Using Visual Literacy in ESOL to Build Community Among Immigrants
  • Teacher Reflection on Cultural Identity Within a Community of Practice
  • Campus Life: A Course Integrating International Students into American Universities
  • Disrupting College Admission: Proving English Proficiency Without High-Stakes Testing
  • Beyond Editing: Scaffolding Writers—Peer Review Skills with Google Docs
  • Using Songs for Vocabulary Acquisition in Uzbekistan Primary Education