2021 Conference

2021 MATSOL Virtual Conference

Conference Overview

Tuesday - Friday, June 1-4, 2021

Online Conference

The conference program will be posted once sessions are confirmed. Please check back soon!

Note: Notification of acceptance for proposals will be sent out by March 12, 2021 (due to the extended submission window).

2021 Conference


Access to all sessions on all days!

  • Registration is all-access -- Includes all live sessions during the four-day conference and recorded sessions after the conference 
  • There is no pre-registration for individual conference sessions. Attendees will chose which sessions to attend at the conference.
  • Renew your MATSOL membership with registration for a discounted price!
2021 Conference

Exhibitor Registration

We invite publishers and other vendors to exhibit at the MATSOL 2021 Virtual Conference on Tuesday through Friday, June 1-4, 2021.

Conference participants include EL educators and administrators from PK-12 schools (public, charter and independent), adult and workplace education, community college ESL, Intensive English Programs (IEPs), private language schools, and pre-service and in-service teacher education from across Massachusetts and the region. Registration is currently underway, but we expect about 500 attendees. 

The conference take place over four days from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm on the Whova platform. The conference program features over 50 concurrent sessions as well as an Expo Center with pre-recorded poster sessions and teaching tips. Three one-hour breaks are scheduled each day between sessions when participants will be encouraged to visit the Exhibitor area. 

2021 Conference

Call for Proposals - Expo Sessions

The 2021 MATSOL Virtual Conference Expo is a virtual space in our online conference platform to display a pre-recorded presentation along with other optional material. The Expo will be open during the entire conference so attendees can visit and engage with the presentations at any time.

Session Types

  • Teaching Tip: Pre-recorded demonstration of a pedagogically-focused strategy or classroom activity in a visually engaging format. You may also include digital handouts or materials that viewers can download for use in their classrooms. 

  • Poster: Pre-recorded presentation of an academically sound scholarly or research project presented, with a digital poster display and/or slideshow presented in a visually engaging format, highlighting work through charts, graphs, maps, etc.
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