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GATESOL 2022: Language at the Heart of Learning

The Call for Proposals for the 2022 GATESOL Fall Conference is Officially Open!

TESOL educators at all levels, content teachers of multilingual learners, school, program, and district leaders, community members and partners, and educational companies are invited to submit presentation proposals for our innovative, hybrid 2022 GATESOL Conference. Three in-person options will be offered at three different locations:

Thursday, October 27, 2022: Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus, Savannah, GA

Friday, October 28, 2022: Tate or Miller Education Center, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

Saturday, October 29, 2022: College of Law, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA

Keynotes, panel discussions, and other presentations offered on the main stage at the in-person venues will be available for virtual participants. Virtual and in-person attendees will also have access to a wide range of breakout sessions.

Please submit your presentation proposal via the Google Form below no later than July 31, 2022.

For easy presentation planning, download the pdf of the Conference Proposal form here:

Conference Proposal Form_ 2022 GATESOL Conference_.pdf

Submit a Proposal for Language at the Heart of Learning Here!


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GATESOL was founded in 1981 to:

Encourage professional development, participation and leadership within the state of Georgia

Provide opportunities for study and research

Work cooperatively to improve all programs that seek to provide students with the opportunity to acquire English language skills and proficiency

Promote understanding of the cultures of multilingual learners of English.


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