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The British Council and English UK produce a series of market intelligence reports for the accredited UK English language teaching sector. We are currently calling for proposals from research consultants and authors for undertaking a report on Brazil.
The Extensive Reading Foundation (ERF) has announced the winners of the 11th Annual Language Learner Literature Award for books published in 2014.
TrashedWorld is a global schools' platform for curriculum exchange work on the topic of waste with the dual aims of developing awareness of waste issues and developing skills and knowledge in the English language.
The Teaching for Success Online Conference took place from 5 - 9 October 2016 and was the British Council’s first global online CPD conference for teachers and teacher educators.
Talks on each of the five days focused on distinct themes related to the different professional practices that make up the British Council’s new CPD framework for teachers and the CPD framework for teacher educators.
The ELT Council, Malta has published a free downloadable book, ‘Creativity in English Language Teaching’, edited by Daniel Xerri and Odette Vassallo.
The British Council is seeking contributions for a new publication, to join its growing collection of global publications, on the theme of 'English across the fracture lines: the contribution and relevance of English to security, safety and stability in the world'.
The BAAL Language Learning and Teaching Special Interest Group and the IATEFL Research Special Interest Group invite you to a jointly organised one-day conference on Creativity in Language Learning and Teaching Research.
The British Council's 'Creating confidence: international student safety survey report 2015-16', completed by 2,043 students from 125 countries highlights promising findings about the safety of international students in the UK.
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At an event hosted by the British Council, Martin Davidson, Chief Executive, pledged to continue the British Council’s work within Burma to develop its education system, which is seen as vital to generate stability and opportunities for the country’s future.
The British Council is pleased to announce the winner of the new ELT Masters Dissertation Award for work with the best potential for impact on ELT practice. This award recognises and promotes the achievements of Masters students on UK universities Masters programmes. The scheme is an opportunity for institutions to promote their programmes and for recent graduates to establish themselves in the field.
The British Council is looking for chapter proposals for a new publication.
Join this free course and discover how very young children learn English as an additional language and how you can help them progress.
A record number of people from around the world have joined the British Council's new course ‘Exploring English: Language and Culture’ and it's not too late for learners to sign up.
The British Council are seeking potential presenters for the next series of seminars. Since 2010 the British Council seminar series has welcomed over 1500 English language teachers to 32 evening seminars, in 12 cities around the UK. The series has featured stimulating talks on a wide variety of topics. You can find titles of past seminars at www.teachingenglish.org.uk/seminars.
This Saturday 28 September, the British Council in Spain is holding its annual teacher’s conference with talks in teaching centres across the country, including Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao and Valencia. You can follow the live stream of speakers from 9am BST on the British Council’s newly upgraded livestream channel.
Are you thinking of making a career teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL)? Already qualified with a CELTA or Trinity Certificate in TESOL and looking for opportunities abroad? The British Council employs over 2000 teachers worldwide and we’re growing. This year we need to recruit around 800 teachers and Senior Teachers to work for us on a variety of contracts overseas. If you’re interested in finding out more, come to our free drop-in event in central London on Thursday August 1st.
Educational researcher Sugata Mitra is the winner of the 2013 TED Prize. His wish is to build a school in the cloud, where children can explore and learn from one another using on-line resources and collaboration.
The full programme for the 2012 English UK Business English Trainers' Conference is now available to view online.
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