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
Immerse Education is a leading academic summer programme based in Cambridge and Suffolk whose mission is to provide high school students aged 13-15 from around the world with fascinating insights into what it's like to study in the UK, alongside improving their English language skills. We achieve this through small class sizes (<12 students per class) … Continue reading Immerse Education is Looking for Tutors to Teach English this Summer!
Angie has given us a sneak peek of her experience by video, available below. Enjoy! Don't forget that you can leave any questions for Angie below this post and she'll answer them!
"enjoy the facilities and opportunities that King’s provide...use the different resources online and at its fantastic libraries, absorb as much as you can from the extremely knowledgeable tutors of each modules, watch as many training videos as you can...and above all enjoy London!" This is Sahar Alshobaki, a former student at King’s College London. I … Continue reading Alumni Fest 2018: Meet Sahar!
"I like the idea of the procedural plan - you have an overall framework for what you want to get out of the course, orientated by your aspirations and goals but leaving lots of space for new ideas and directions." Hi all its Chris deputy director of MA Applied Ling and ELT here. As an … Continue reading Alumni Fest 2018: Meet Chris!
About me: A year after graduating, I was back at King’s to do a PhD. I took a year out in between to do some pre-sessional teaching while I applied for PhD funding - long enough to know I didn’t want to stay working in the UK ELT industry. I did a lot of part-time … Continue reading Alumni Fest 2018: Meet Fiona!
I’m teaching AS year English with a focus on TOEFL & IELTS preparation. I enjoy my current job very much because I have the freedom to design and use my own materials, students are cooperative and respectful, the management team and the whole working environment have been supportive and very professional. In fact, the principal … Continue reading Alumni Fest 2018: Meet Sophia!
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
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