Event Will Take Place in October at Nelson's Mary Hall
Selkirk College will host the BC TEAL Interior Regional Conference in October and organizers are jumping into the planning.
BC TEAL—The Association of B.C. Teachers of English as an Additional Language—is dedicated to the growth and development of the profession of English language teaching. In partnership with Selkirk, on Saturday, October 4 the conference will be held in Nelson.
Selkirk College has a vibrant TESOL Program.
The theme for the conference is “Interior Designs: Building and Learning Communities.” The ideas of building connections throughout our communities is central to the conference concept since those in the profession work in areas some distance from the Lower Mainland.
The plenary speaker for the conference is Dr. Scott Douglas of the University of British Columbia and author of Academic Inquiry: Writing for Post-Secondary Success.
Selkirk’s Tyler Ballam is a BC TEAL regional representative and is heading up the organizing of the exciting conference.