This invitation has been passed onto us and we think it might be of interest to you! We would like to invite you to our first webinar of the year! Whilst a change to our scheduled programme, Heike Philp has kindly agreed to stand in at short notice to host an interactive workshop titled 'Webinerds' … Continue reading Invitation to the IATEFL January webinar – ‘Webinerds’
This year's web conference is entitled: Finding yourself as a teacher and will focus on the needs and challenges of the beginner teacher. While remaining open to all language teaching professionals, the conference is focusing on the early career teacher area. Over three days it will provide different sessions on topics relevant to that area including a look at the different types of language teaching both contextually and thematically, … Continue reading IATEFL Annual Web Conference 2018
I graduated from the MA Applied Linguistics & ELT programme at King's College London (2017-2018).Previous to studying at King's I had a few years of experience working as a language teacher and I found the course immensely helpful in my own self-development as a teacher. This is on the one hand due to the excellent … Continue reading Alumni Fest 2018: Meet Michael!
We know it can be difficult to find opportunities to get teaching experience in the UK, so we want to share a few places you can find support and opportunities for volunteer experience. These are mainly (but not only) positions in schools, where you would be supporting literacy development in children. I've pasted the links … Continue reading Opportunities for Classroom Experience
Registration has opened for a 1 day workshop on English as a medium of instruction. Key note speakers: Professors Macaro & Haines Date: 10 September Registration and programme here.
Aparecida de Jesus Ferreira from the Universidade Estadual de Ponta Grossa, Paraná, Brazil, will analyse how the social identities of black females are represented in English-language textbooks used in Brazil. The details and a brief description are provided below: UCL Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL Monday 23rd July, 2pm, Room 944 Social … Continue reading Talk: Social identities of black females in English-language textbooks used in Brazil
IATEFL’s Research SIG (http://resig.iatefl.org) is supporting an event – open to all MA ELT / TESOL students – at the University of Warwick, on 13th August. Students will have an opportunity to give a very short presentation of their dissertation research and to gain feedback. The cost of the day is £15 (including refreshments), with … Continue reading IATEFL MA ELT Quick Fire Presentation Event 2018