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

VicTESOL Symposium: Live Streaming this Monday!

If you won’t be at the VicTESOL Symposium at the Bastow on Monday 19 August 2019, we have arranged to bring the keynote and the panel discussion to you via live streaming on the day, plus through a recording for viewing afterwards via a link on the VicTESOL website. If you would like to test […]

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eBulletin – August, 2019

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

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VicTESOL Symposium Panel of Experts: Send in your questions about ‘Plurilingual perspectives and their implications for teaching’

With 1 week to go until the VicTESOL Symposium- VicTESOL is collating your questions about ‘Plurilingual perspectives and their implications for teaching’ for the panel of experts.  VicTESOL invites questions from members and others about the topic of plurilingualism and the teaching of EAL.  Please send through your questions to victesol [at] victesol.vic.edu.au.   Panel […]

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VicTESOL Research Grant 2019- application period extended to 9 August 2019!

The application period for the VicTESOL Research Grant 2019 has been extended to Friday 9 August 2019.    Applications for the 2019 VicTESOL Research Grant are closing soon! Applications need to be submitted to VicTESOL by COB 9 August 2019.  Please click here for further information and to download the application form.  The VicTESOL Research Grant […]

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Incorporating Action Research in the Classroom with Low Language and Literacy Learners

Download a PDF of the presentation here: Incorporating Action Research in the Classroom with Low Language and Literacy Learners Rebecca Grimaud, Hân Trinh, Hayley Black – Carringbush Adult Education In this workshop Rebecca, Han and Hayley shared their experience incorporating action research into the classroom. They explored approaches to teaching digital and traditional literacy skills […]

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