Yes, it is exactly that! Teaching English as a second language. We wrote a proposal to present at this conference and it was an honor for it to be accepted. Our presentation was titled: "What Can We Learn about Eng. Lang. Learners during Walkthroughs", we documented (photos and notes)visits (walk-throughs) to schools with high ELL populations, their instructional practices, achievement as evidenced in data, and next steps for individual school ELL programs based on collaborative conversations with the school community. At the start of each school visit the principal poses a question for us to explore in the bldg., we then look for the evidence in practice. This is a non-evaluative process providing an objective view. We leave each school with what we saw (low inference observation), and probing questions. They devise their next steps and share with our team. We then follow up and communicate our learnings with other learning communities.I'd be pleased to congratulate you if only I knew what presenting at TESOL was and what you did.
As best I can Google, it's 'teaching English as a second language' -- is that right? And what was your presentation or why the honor?