Welcome to Maryland TESOL!

Maryland TESOL is a professional, non-profit association dedicated to the improvement and advancement of teaching English to speakers of other languages. Maryland TESOL is an affiliate of TESOL, the international organization of professionals interested in teaching English to speakers of other languages.

MDTESOL Newsletters

MDTESOL proudly produces a seasonal newsletter for all members to enjoy! Check it out!

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Conference Videos

We are very pleased to announce that, for the first time ever, MDTESOL is granting online access to post-conference materials, including videos of Stephen Krashen's Keynote Speech.  Access will be limited to MDTESOL members, but there will be no additional charge. 

Members can find Conference Videos under the Member Center tab: Click on Video Gallery

Upcoming Events

Highlighting Your Best Classroom Practices through Journal and Online Publishing: What is Possible?

Click HERE for flyer.

Send e-mail to gardenghi@umbc.edu for this event.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

4:30-6:00 p.m. (First 10 registrants will receive free Spring Dinner tickets!)

River Hill High School

12101 Clarksville Pike (Route 108) Clarksville, MD 21029, Room 223


MDTESOL 2015 Spring Dinner

Click HERE for flyer.

Click here to REGISTER for this event.

Ten Oaks Ballroom

Thursday, May 21, 2015

6:30-9:30 p.m.

5000 Signal Bell Lane Clarksville, MD 21029


MDTESOL 34th Annual Fall Conference

Beyond Borders: Connecting Diverse Perspectives

Registration will soon become available.

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Washington College

Call for Proposals Submission Deadline: June 13, 2015


Visit the Maryland TESOL Facebook Page!


2015 Professional Development Grant Application

Click 2015-PD or HERE for the application.

Deadline Extended: Friday, May 8, 2015


The Ann Beusch Distinguished Service Award Nomination

You can still nominate someone for the Ann Beusch Award! This award is given to someone working primarily outside the fields of ESL and international student services who has made valuable contributions to the ESL field or its students. For example, one recipient was a lawyer who provided pro bono services of value to those in ESL. If you think someone might be eligible, but you aren’t sure, go ahead and nominate that person and let the committee decide! For more information of to make nominations, please visit the Awards tab.



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Award Opportunities

Maryland TESOL offers three awards to recognize the contributions by our members to the teaching community.

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