I attended the Southeast regional conference SETESOL 2017 hosted by Alabama-Mississipi TESOL in Birmingham, Alabama entitled “Transforming Lives through Languages and Cultures”. The keynote speakers included: Stephen Krashen, Rebecca Oxford, Ofelia Garcia, Paulette Patterson Dilworth, Ester de Jong, and others. On Friday, October 6, 2017, Jinna Kim and I presented the following topic at the concurrent session: “Learning about Plagiarism and ELLs in Higher Education: an Autoethnography”.
From the SETESOl 2017 website:
The Regional SETESOL conferences are open to everyone involved with the teaching and administration of programs for English language learners in the Southeast. These conferences serve K-12 teachers, intensive language teachers on college campuses, community program teachers, administrators (K-12, college, and community), researchers, and graduate students.
SETESOL Conference 2017
Our presentation: “Learning about Plagiarism and ELLs
in Higher Education: an Autoethnography”
Stephen Krashen, keynote speaker, “Polygots and the Comprehension Hypothesis”
Rebecca Oxford, keynote speaker,
“Peacebuilding in TESOL: Transforming the world through peace language activities”
Dr. Ester de Jong, keynote speaker, “Changing Times, Transforming Our Practice”
Dr. Ofelia Garcia, keynote speaker, Translanguaging and TESOL
Social SETESOL 2017 (Gators and Fulbrighters!)
Capitol Oyster Bar, Montgomery, Alabama
Carrigan’s Public House, Birmingham, Alabama