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The British Council ELTons Awards Ceremony and red carpet interviews will take place this week, live and online on Thursday 4 June, 1815-2015 BST. Read a blog on recent trends in ELT and find out which products are winning innovations.
The British Council ELTons Awards Ceremony and red carpet interviews will take place live and online on Thursday 4 June, 1815-2015 BST. Now in their thirteenth year, the awards which are run by the British Council and sponsored by Cambridge English Language Assessment, are the only international awards to recognise innovative products, services and research in English language teaching globally.
At their recent Board meeting, the TIRF Trustees established the James E. Alatis Prize for Research on Language Policy and Planning in Educational Contexts, as a way of honouring Jim Alatis, who was one of the founders of TIRF and had a life-long interest in language planning and policy.
Teaching blogs contain a wealth of information, but it can be hard to know where to start. In this webinar, Sandy shows you where to find them and how to start your own.
Join Macmillan English for a free online event for English language teachers and professionals of all levels.
Gain practical tools and theoretical insights to help dyslexic students learn second languages, with this free online course devised by ELTons winning authors of DYSTEFL in association with Lancaster University.
The International Research Foundation for English Language Education (TIRF) is pleased to announce its 2015 Doctoral Dissertation Grants (DDG) competition. In 2015 the British Council will be partnering with TIRF for the TIRF-British Council DDG.
The British Council is pleased to offer you the possibility to join the IATEFL conference online through our specially developed website. For those who are coming to the conference in person, the British Council invites all delegates of IATEFL Manchester to our popular networking reception taking place at the Town Hall on Saturday 11 April, 19.00-21.30.
All too often, an entire course of learning, communicating, and exploring language all boils down to a set time limit and an ability to recall information under exam conditions. Does it have to be this way? In this webinar, Dave Dodgson takes a look at his own experiences of assessing young learners and also of setting up a new language school with a new assessment programme and explores other ways in which assessment can be designed to reflect learning more closely.
The IATEFL Global Issues Special Interest Group (SIG) recently held a webinar all about cyberbullying, defined as the repeated use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) particularly mobile phones and the internet to deliberately upset someone else. Carol Rainbow talks in depth about the phenomenon and what we can do to counteract this. An invaluable presentation for all teachers and parents of teenagers.