Welcome to VicTESOL

VicTESOL is a professional association committed to promoting excellence in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and supporting cultural and linguistic diversity through high quality multicultural education.

VicTESOL provides support and services to generalist, content, trade and EAL specialist teachers across the state of Victoria.

Recent Updates

eBulletin – March, 2020

Read the March VicTESOL eBulletin online now. Click here to read online. And if you would like to subscribe to receive future updates please click here.


Cancelled: VicTESOL Whole-day Adult TESOL event- Creative pedagogies for teaching adult EAL learners

Upcoming event cancelled: VicTESOL Whole-day Adult TESOL Event- Creative pedagogies for teaching adult EAL learners (Friday 20th March 2020). Unfortunately, due to the current uncertainty around coronavirus, in the interest of public health safety, this event has been cancelled for Friday 20th March 2020. VicTESOL is planning to reschedule this event. In the meantime, we […]


VicTESOL Website Maintenance- 8.30pm AEDT Tuesday 10th March 2020

The VicTESOL website will be undergoing scheduled maintenance on Tuesday 10th March 2020 from 8.30pm AEDT.  During this maintenance window, there will be scheduled down time for approximately 2 hours.  We appreciate your patience and understanding. Thank you, VicTESOL


Australian Council of TESOL Associations (ACTA) Annual General Meeting

ACTA is holding its annual general meeting on Thursday 2 April 2020, 7pm AEDT. Please contact the ACTA secretary if you wish to participate. Email: Secretary [at] tesol.org.au Website: https://tesol.org.au/who-we-are/#about-acta-2 ACTA is the national coordinating body for all associations of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) across Australia. Membership of ACTA comes automatically through […]


Multicultural Classrooms – Plurilingualism in Practice Webinar presented by Janet Armitage

  Wednesday 4 March Functional Multilingualism/Translanguaging are currently popular terms being researched, discussed and adapted to diverse learning settings. This webinar was a practical response to the current interest in Translanguaging, suggesting ways this might look in EALD classrooms and what teachers might consider when developing Translanguaging activities. With the intention of bringing students’ linguistic […]


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