Welcome to ATESOL ACT

ATESOL ACT is the Association of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages in the Australian Capital Territory. Our members work within a range of contexts including school education, adult new arrivals programs, ELICOS, tertiary studies and research programs.

 

We aim to support all teachers and learners of English as an additional language within the ACT. We offer workshops and seminars which cater for all professionals working in the TESOL field and welcome mainstream teachers with EAL/D students.

 

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AMEP outcomes-based payment will not proceed

The Department of Home Affairs has announced that it will not be proceeding with the proposed outcomes-based payment system. The announcement was made in November 2022 in the context of a request for feedback on future settings for the AMEP.

AMEP launches new on-line resources

A suite of newly developed resources funded by the Department of Home Affairs and aligned to the EAL Framework.

ACTA calls for EAL/D education to be included in the next National Schools Reform Agreement

ACTA forwarded a submission to the Productivity Commission’s review of the National School Reform Agreement arguing that EAL/D learners be recognised as a priority equity cohort in the 2024 National Schools Reform Agreement and be included in the National Measurement Framework for Schooling in Australia which measures progress towards achieving the outcomes of the NSRA. …

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