Exhibitor Type Early-Bird Fee Standard Fee
Commercial $500 $600
Associations/Non-Profit $400 $500
Government $300 $400


Early-Bird Fee expires April 30, 2017.

Booths include: Two free exhibitor badges (additional exhibitors must register), two chairs, and 110V electrical service (220V available with advance notice). The exhibit hall is carpeted.

Installation and Dismantling of Exhibits: Installation may begin at 4:00 p.m., Thursday, May 18, and exhibitors may not begin dismantling activities until after 4:00 p.m., Saturday, May 20. All packing must be completed by 6:00 p.m. the same evening. Doors will open to attendees at 7:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday morning, so exhibitors should plan to arrive by 7:00 a.m.

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A Glimpse of What Is to Come...

  • Academic Language Development
  • Academic Success and "Growth Mindsets"
  • Bilingual Education
  • Developing Consultation and Collaborative Skills
  • Dual Language Pedagogy
  • Empowering Adult Students
  • ESL & Math
  • ESL & Science
  • ESL Writing & Assessment
  • Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

Attending Publishers

  • Benchmark Education
  • Blanchard Educational Services
  • Cambridge University Press
  • Caslon Publishing
  • Continental Press
  • Data Recognition Corporation
  • DynED
  • Easy English NEWS
  • Imagine Learning
  • National Geographic Learning
  • New Reader's Press
  • One Stop Word Shop
  • Pearson ELT
  • The University of Michigan Press

Photos of the 2017 Conference

  • Speakers

    • Ester J. de Jong
      Ester J. de JongTESOL President

      Professor in ESOL/Bilingual Education / Director of the School of Teaching and Learning
      University of Florida
    • Linda Grant
      Linda GrantAuthor of the pronunciation textbooks, Well Said and Well Said Intro

      Editor of the teacher resource volume, Pronunciation Myths: Applying Second Language Research to the Classroom
    • Sandra Elbaum
      Sandra ElbaumAuthor of the popular four-part Grammar in Context series

      Veteran teacher with 36 years of experience teaching ES/FL
    • Deborah Short
      Deborah Short Co-developer of the SIOP® Model for sheltered instruction

      Senior research associate, Center for Applied Linguistics

      Author and professional development consultant
    • Kate Menken
      Kate Menken Professor of Linguistics at Queens College of the City University of New York

      Co-Principal Investigator of the CUNY-New York State Initiative for Emergent Bilinguals project

      Author of Common Core, Bilingual and English Language Learners: A Resource for Educators (Calson)
    • Tatyana Kleyn
      Tatyana Kleyn Associate Professor and director of the Bilingual Education and TESOL Programs at the City College of New York (CUNY)

      Director co-producer of the documentary "Una Vida, Dos Países: Children and Youth (Back) in Mexico."
    • Christina M. Cavage
      Christina M. Cavage Author of Next Generation Grammar 1 and University Success, Oral Communication

      ESL teacher, trainer for 26 years

      Blended Learning Advocate and FLIPper
    • Bill Bliss
      Bill Bliss Teacher, trainer, refugee center manager, advocate for immigrant education, author and president of the Language & Communication Workshop.

      His language learning programs include Side by Side, Word by Word, and the Voices of Freedom citizenship program.
    • José Viana
      José Viana Assistant Deputy Secretary and Director, Office of English Language Acquisition, Department of Education