SA TESOL supports and represents ESL educators in all educational sectors – primary, secondary, tertiary, adult and community – to achieve quality education for learners of English as an additional language or dialect (EALD). Download the constitution approved at the SA TESOL AGM in September 2013.
- has members from primary, secondary, tertiary and community sectors
- provides representation for EALD/ESL educators at state and national forums
- provides a range of learning and development activities
- publishes and distributes state and national journals
SA TESOL provides a variety of learning and development activities. These focus on
- language teaching and learning
- cultural exchange
- EALD/ESL teacher standards
SA TESOL is an active member of the Australian Council for TESOL Associations (ACTA) which provides a voice for TESOL educators and their students at the national level.