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The 2023 AATF Convention will be held at the Delta Hotel in Trois-Rivières, Québec from July 23-26, 2023. The theme is: “La Justice sociale: Écoutons toutes les voix, racontons toutes les histoires.”

Convention attendee registration

A shuttle will be offered from the Montréal airport (YUL) to Trois-Rivières (TR) and back, at a cost of $85 one-way and $170 for a round-trip.

July 11: Book your hotel reservation at the Delta Hotels Trois Rivieres Conference Centre here

July 22-24: Book your hotel reservation at the Delta Hotels Trois Rivieres Conference Centre here

July 25: Book your hotel reservation at the Delta Hotels Trois Rivieres Conference Centre here

Convention schedule can be found HERE.

Convention activities & excursions 

Find descriptions and pricing for all activities and excursions HERE.

  • July 22 – Pre-convention excursion at University of Quebec, Trois-Rivières
  • July 25 – Walking tour
  • July 24 – Dinner & guided visit at Cabane à Sucre Chez Dany. Minimum of 20 participants, price drops if there are more than 30 participants.
  • July 25 – Québécois brasserie tour and dinner. Tasting of four brews and a 3-course dinner.
  • July 26-27 – Overnight visit to Québec City, including transportation to Montréal airport.

Graduate academic credit

The AATF is pleased to offer the 2023 Trois-Rivières Convention participatns one-hour of graduate credit through the M.A.T. In-Service Program at Webster University in Saint Louis. The cost for the graduate credit is $175 (this only covers the cost of the credit; participants must still register for the convention). Participants must pre-register so that paperwork can be completed before the convention.

Participants should register for and attend the entire conference and must log a minimum of 15 hours of attendance at sessions.

During the convention, participants will:

  • attend the opening session
  • select from one of the following strands (French and Francophone Cultures, Literature and Teaching Literature, Langauge Learning, Teaching Techniques, Language Policy and Promotion) and attend related sessions throughout the convention OR create their own theme-based plan.

After the convention, participants will:

  • present a written summary of the conference which will include 1) a summary and critique of each session attended 2) a simulated letter to the editor of your local newspaper describing the conference’s impact on your future work and 3) an analysis outlining how you plan to implement gained knowledge into your teaching.
  • Submit all written work by September 15, 2023.

For more information on this course, please contact Brian Kennelly formerly of Webster University : []

Additional information

Future conventions:

  • 2024 San Diego
  • 2025 France

Last update: May 31, 2023

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