Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note:
Final Edition

Sep 12th, 2017 | By
Karen Bleske

—Hello, CATESOL News readers. Fall is finally here, and that means it’s time for the CATESOL 2017 Annual Conference. It’s also time for a transition. As you may know, the Board has decided to end the CATESOL News with this Fall 2017 edition, because a new opportunity has arisen for CATESOL and it is time
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Editor’s Note, Summer 2017

May 17th, 2017 | By
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—Hello, CATESOL News readers. Summer is here, and that means it’s time to submit proposals for the CATESOL 2017 Annual Conference—the proposal deadline falls in midsummer, July 23. If you are hesitating, read CATESOL President Karen Russikoff’s message for some encouraging words. Conference liaison Alejandra Pulido offers a preview on two more of the conference’s
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Editor’s Note, Spring 2017

Mar 18th, 2017 | By
Karen Bleske

—Hello, CATESOL News readers. I hope this issue finds you well and ready for spring. Spring kicks off CATESOL’s Regional Conference season, and this issue features reports on the LA Regional from three winners of the Education Foundation stipend that is intended to help students attend the conferences. Reports on April’s Northern Regional and the
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Editor’s Note, Winter 2016

Dec 22nd, 2016 | By
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—Hello, CATESOL News readers. Happy New Year! I hope this issue finds you well. It is even more jam-packed than usual, with news and photos from CATESOL’s big event of the year, the annual conference, held in November in San Diego. CATESOL’s new president, Karen Russikoff, offers her reflections on the event, “Embracing the Past—Planning
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Editor’s Note, Fall 2016

Sep 24th, 2016 | By
Karen Bleske

—Hello, CATESOL News readers. I hope this issue finds you well! Now that summer is over and the fall season is under way, be sure to check out the preview of CATESOL’s big event of the year. The 2016 annual conference, with the theme of “Embracing the Past—Planning the Future,” is to be held this
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Editor’s Note, Summer 2016

May 10th, 2016 | By
Karen Bleske

—Hello, CATESOL News readers. I hope this issue finds you well! Among other things, it includes the wrapup of the 2016 regional conference season and features the last reports from the awardees of the CATESOL Education Foundation stipend; in this case, the recipients both attended the Northern Regional Conference in April. And it also features
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Editor’s Note, Spring 2016

Mar 19th, 2016 | By
Karen Bleske

—Hello, CATESOL News readers. Spring is the season for regional conferences, and this issue features a report on the just-past San Diego Regional, along with accounts from four recipients of the CATESOL Education Foundation stipend that helps defray the cost of attending a conference. One awardee reports on her experiences at the San Diego Regional
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How to Submit to CATESOL News

Mar 19th, 2016 | By

The CATESOL News runs a wide variety of articles, but one of the most important qualifications is that they be of interest to the membership of CATESOL. Topics include, but are not limited to: Teaching: Lesson plans and ideas that teachers can use in the classroom, projects, practices, reflections Events: Previews and wrap-ups of annual
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Editor’s Note, Winter 2015

Dec 22nd, 2015 | By
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—Hello, CATESOL News readers. Happy New Year! I hope you find this latest issue of CATESOL News of interest as you move into 2016. CATESOL’s new president, Sydney Rice, introduces the theme of CATESOL’s next year as an organization, and TESOL’s president, Andy Curtis, writes about the power of language teaching for saving lives. Also
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Editor’s Note, Fall 2015

Sep 29th, 2015 | By
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—Hello, CATESOL News readers. By now you are likely looking forward to November’s CATESOL Annual Conference in Anaheim. This issue of the CATESOL News offers a preview of the conference, during which the new, 2015-2016 Board of Directors assumes its position. For those who find the workings of the Board mysterious, Past President Ellen Lange
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