Tasmanian Association of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages

Professional development, networking opportunities and resources for TESOL professionals

TasTESOL supports Tasmania’s EAL/D teachers by providing professional development and networking opportunities throughout the year. TasTESOL is affiliated with the Australian Council of TESOL Associations (ACTA). Through ACTA and other state and territory associations, TasTESOL provides members with access to resources, current research, and the opportunity to have their say on local and national issues.



2022 Forums (virtual)

Term 4 – Virtual AMEP Roadshow – showcasing 3 new resources

TasTESOL is happy to be working in collaboration with LWA to present this AMEP Virtual Roadshow.

This event is free for all members and non-members of TasTESOL, funded by the Department of Home Affairs and aligned to the EAL Framework.

The resources being showcased are aimed at adult EAL learners, but teachers, tutors and volunteers working with any age group may find the resources useful.

For more information, to access the link or to watch the live stream at TasTAFE Hobart, please download a copy of the flyer.

Date – Wednesday 30th November

Time – 3:30pm – 4:30pm

Cost: free

Livestream location: TasTAFE, 75 Campbell Street, Hobart

TasTESOL 2023 forums


Each year, TasTESOL holds a state-wide conference and several themed forums. These events allow teachers to hear from local and interstate peers working in a wide range of contexts, to share ideas and resources, and to network. Browse past events to access presentations and related resources.


Access TESOL In Context, the peer-reviewed journal produced by ACTA, and browse our directory of TESOL service providers in Tasmania. There are also various teaching resources submitted by members. Access our Resources

News from ACTA

The Australian Council of TESOL Associations (ACTA) is a key national coordinating body for associations of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). Keep up to date on what is happening in the English Language teaching field at the national level. Read news from ACTA