IATEFL Web Conference: Hot Topics Across Borders in ELT
Saturday, 18 October 2014 at 14:00 - Sunday, 19 October 2014 at 15:30 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us for our first IATEFL Web Conference, which as its title suggests, will focus on the "hot topics" that have pre-occupied the ELT profession over the past year or more.
Click here for the full programme.
This event is free to IATEFL members and non members, and registering in advance will guarantee you a place and ensure that you receive all updated information about the event including more detailed information about the programme, speakers and their presentation topics. We have a great line up of speakers and talks:
Herbert Puchta - Taking our learners seriously
Evan Frendo - So you want to teach business English?
Paul Shaw, Katie Quartano and Waleed Nureldeen - Beyond the borders of just teaching English: using the ELT classroom to raise social awareness
Chia Suan Chong - What do English language teachers do all day?
Marisa Constantinides - How I got here – tales of online professional development
Marian Delaney - Challenging Thinking on Challenging Behavior
Philip Kerr - Leveraging new technology for learner choice: adaptive solutions
Naomi Ganin Epstein - The Eureka Moment
Graham Stanley - Killer bunnies and the quest for the magic carrot
Barbara Sinclair - Learner Autonomy: what’s “hot” and what matters?
We have designed the conference so that you should be able to attend some of the live talks at a time that works for you wherever you live, and IATEFL members will be able to view recordings of the conference afterwards.
IATEFL is a membership organisation for Teachers of English as a Foreign Language.
With over 4,000 international members IATEFL is one of the most thriving communities of ELT teachers in the world.
Our mission is to “Link, develop and support English Language Teaching professionals” worldwide.