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TESOL 2016 Pre-Conference Institute, "Effective Planning for Managing Change in Postsecondary English Language Programs"
Although systematic planning is critical for effective program management, it is oftentimes neglected and, therefore, change occurs under duress or in an ad hoc manner. After a discussion of theoretical models of planning, participants examine authentic plans for program development, including review of curriculum, assessment, and student services, and receive assistance in developing plans. Bibliography and templates provided.
Presenters: Mary Reeves, Commission on English Language Program Accreditation, Alexandria, Virginia, USA
Heidi Vellenga, Commission on English Language Program Accreditation, Virginia, USA
Joe McVeigh, Independent Consultant, Middlebury, Vermont, USA
Bruce Rindler, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Link to TESOL PCI
Benefits of CEA Accreditation
What people are saying about the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation, the benefits of becoming accredited and more.
CEA Standards Review Project 2015
The Standards Review Committee is charged with reviewing the CEA Standards on a regular cycle to ensure they are clear, comprehensive, and current.
View 2015 Standards Review Project documents
NAFSA’S Statement Of Ethical Principles
This statement from NAFSA: Association of International Educators, focuses on the importance of ethical principles and practices within the scope of international education in a variety of environments.
Joint Position Statement on Governance for English Language Instruction at Institutions of Higher Education
The Joint Position Statement on Governance for English Language Instruction at Institutions of Higher Education (2010) was developed by three membership associations, AAIEP, UCIEP and TESOL. The statement encourages the implementation of standards of best practice in English language program administration and instruction, and specifically mention the CEA standards.