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After a very successful first Web Conference held in October 2014, IATEFL have decided to hold a second Web Conference in October 2015.
Padmini Boruah, Paul Seligson, Valeria Franca, Scott Thornbury and David Graddol will take part in a panel discussion on the challenges facing English language teachers and trainers internationally on Thursday 29 October. The event will also be live streamed.
Join William Sughrua of the Universidad Autónoma “Benito Juárez” de Oaxaca for a thought-provoking talk about a qualitative investigation inquiring into perceptions of and publishing experiences with ‘alternative’ academic writing in TESOL, on 20 October 2015.
Participate in the validation of a new set of CEFR Illustrative Descriptors for mediation by completing an online questionnaire.
The Extensive Reading Foundation (ERF) has announced the winners of the 2015 Language Learner Literature Award.
Are you based in the UK? Have you taken on a management role recently? Perhaps your school has introduced a performance management system? Do you need help in how to delegate? Then this EnglishUK workshop will be useful for you.
Video for ALL is a European project that brings together all current methodologies, ideas and innovative practices to teach and learn languages by integrating digital video.
English for Education College Trainers (EfECT) began in August 2014. It is a groundbreaking two year teacher training project which benefits all 2,200 state teacher educators (TEs) at 24 Education Colleges and Universities of Education in Burma.
Join a webinar organised by the IATEFL TTEd SIG, TELC and Crisis-ELT about 'Teacher Education for Difficult and ‘Super-difficult’ Circumstances' with Amol Padwad, Prem Phyak & Richard Smith on Monday 5 October 2015, 5pm BST / 4pm UTC / 6pm CEST.
Join an online streamed conference from the British Council in Madrid on Saturday 26th September. This year’s theme is ‘Learning to Learn’, and Gail Ellis, leading expert and author of the recently published 'Teaching children how to learn', will be giving the opening plenary.
Teachers Research! is a new kind of book for the field of English language teacher-research, containing stories arising from poster presentations at an IATEFL Research SIG event in 2014.