CATESOL 2017 has ended
Hello!  Thank you for attending CATESOL 2017!
Even now you can view the whole conference schedule by the day and also search for sessions and events by speaker, title, session type, level, and even location. Hover over a session title to see a pop-up with info about it and any materials that have been uploaded by the presenter. The search bar is to the right, and below that is a color-coded list of session types. You can hover your mouse over any session type, like Workshops, and then click the level you are interested in to bring up all the Workshops for that level. Refresh the webpage to see the latest material uploads. We hope you enjoyed the conference! Please help us plan for next year by completing this conference evaluation form.
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Jayme Adelson-Goldstein

Light Hearted Learning
Curriculum Consultant and Teacher Educator
Jayme Adelson-Goldstein is a curriculum consultant and teacher educator who focuses on supporting teachers as they plan and provide instruction that respects (and differentiates for) the needs of adult ESOL learners. Jayme helps educators navigate their in-person and virtual learning environment by promoting and modeling learner-centered, rigorous, contextualized, and task-based instruction. Her most recent projects include working with World Education’s Ed Tech Center on The EdTech Strategy Integration Toolkit;  providing English Language Skills “webshops” for SABES (MA), developing curriculum materials for the Los Angeles Regional Adult Education Consortium, and providing training with the American Institutes for Research project: Teaching Skills that Matter.
Jayme's publications include The Oxford Picture Dictionary 3e; Oxford’s Step Forward 2e: Standards-Based Language Learning for Work and Academic Readiness; and the LINCS ESL Pro digital companion learning resource, Preparing English Learners for Work and Career Pathways. In addition, she is the host of Oxford Adult ESL Conversations, a podcast that features Adult ESOL educators from across the U.S.