Our Community of Practice

I teach at the Escola Oficial d’Idiomes de Castelló, a state-run school that offers adult learners tuition in eleven languages. A group of teachers from different language departments started a teacher development group, which we call a community of practice. 139 more words

Event announcement: IATEFL PronSIG/GISIG event

Next month (14 October 2017), Laura will be giving a workshop at the joint IATEFL Pronunciation SIG/Global Issues SIG event in London, UK, about developing learners’ ability to understand different accents of English. 82 more words


Event announcement: IATEFL webinar

This Saturday (9 September 2017), Laura will be giving a free 1-hour webinar for IATEFL about teaching pronunciation for English as a Lingua Franca. Click here to register to attend. 196 more words


Why and How to get more involved with an IATEFL SIG

When you join IATEFL, you get a choice of 16 Special Interest Groups (SIGs) you can choose from within your standard membership. These SIGs provide members with opportunities for professional development in specialised areas. 988 more words

Lifelines and Life Skills (CPD and Learning Strategies)

Judit Kovács is an associate professor at ELTE University, Faculty of Primary and Pre-primary Teacher Education), Budapest, Hungary. She received her PhD in Applied Linguistics, and her habilitation in Pedagogy. 1,254 more words

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Upper Secondary Workshops

Sandra Grujevska: “ESL teacher and manager of the Language Center “Step by Step” from Skopje, Macedonia. I earned my BA in English Language Teaching at University American College Skopje and my MA in International Relations on the topic of Non-Formal Educational. 1,476 more words

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Young Learner Workshops

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Claire Porter: “I am a teacher and teacher trainer at the British Council in Bratislava where I teach different ages and levels. 1,671 more words

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