Abstract: In 1990, the Florida Department of Education was sued by several minority organizations for neglecting the needs of students of ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages). Subsequently, legislation mandated that teachers of ESOL students must complete extensive training. Thus, beginning in 1991, school districts were required to provide staff development to most of their teachers. In 1996, this responsibility was transferred to Florida colleges of education. Unfortunately, most teacher educators lacked expertise in ESOL strategies. To address this issue, the colleges of education created various professional development models, one of which was implemented at a large, metropolitan university in Central Florida. The model, eclectic in nature, provided the flexibility in delivery that the faculty required and serves as a model for faculty professional development at all levels of instruction.