TexTESOL V Regional Conference

Virtual - February 5th, 2022

Registration & Call for Proposals Now Open!

A full day of online workshops and demonstrations for in-service teachers, graduate students, administrators, researchers, and college professors. 

Virtual Exhibitor Hall where you can “meet” the publisher and educational vendors.

Network with TexELT journal editors and reviewers.

Networking opportunities tailored to English Language professionals.

Keynote address by Dr. Kate Seltzer,

Speaker Panel on a Multilingual View of the ESL/ESOL Classroom

Poster Session featuring the latest research-based practices.


Dr. Kate Seltzer is an Assistant Professor of Bilingual and ESL Education at Rowan University whose overarching research goal is to help schools and teachers build on students’ rich language practices while also disrupting their own ideologies about these students and their ways of using language. A former high school English Language Arts teacher in New York City, Dr. Seltzer currently teaches pre- and in-service teachers of bilingual students. She is co-author of the book, The Translanguaging Classroom: Leveraging Student Bilingualism for Learning as well as book chapters and articles in journals such as English Education, Research in the Teaching of English, and TESOL Quarterly.

Call for Proposals

Now accepting presentation proposals! Submit your proposal online by November 1st (midnight).


Registration is open! Register on Eventbrite.