Call for Abstracts for Kaleidoscope 2019 is open now. Deadline for abstract submission is 1 April. We would highly recommend all individuals share their research, receiving tangible feedback from both professionals and peers. The link to abstract submission can be found here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdfl5H8S_PTCXhhFWzl-nqhus7h_yoZzkdFDlqDD3W9nqbkCw/viewform The conference will be held on the 30th-31st of May in the … Continue reading Kaleidoscope Conference
The Forum On Language Learning Motivation are holding an event on how to successfully complete a masters dissertation in motivation for language learning and teaching. If you're interested, find out more here. To register, go to this page.
Georgia Pangiotaki, a Senior Lecturer at Norwich Medical School and Carys Seeley from the School of Psychology at the University of East Anglia will speak about their work investigating children's understanding of death. The research explores the development a child's understanding of death between 7 to 12 years and how this is affected by background … Continue reading The Development of Children’s Understanding of Death by Georgia Panagiotaki and Carys Seeley
The Centre for Language, Discourse and Communication at King's College London will be holding a Cross-London Sociolinguistics seminar on Tuesday 27th November 2018, from 5-7pm. This sessions will explore issues around these areas: Are questions about political engagement becoming more salient for sociolinguists, and if so, why? What, if anything, can we learn from the … Continue reading Cross-London Sociolinguistics Seminar at KCL
Celia Roberts will be joining us at ECS on Tuesday 27th November for a presentation and discussion on impact. More details below: Lessons learnt from two long-term applied research projects are used to illustrate how we can engage with and influence the values and practices of institutions, and some of the frustrations we may encounter … Continue reading Impact! Ways of Managing the Ouch Factor with Prof Celia Roberts
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
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.