Upcoming webinars for ELT educators | Aug – Sep 2015

People have been asking me how I get time to attend as many online events as I do. Lately though, I’ve hardly attended any. It might be a case of ‘nazar’ (evil eye) as we say in Hindi or just that I am currently (and happily) preoccupied with interesting work assignments and projects. 492 more words

Webinar review - Charles Hadfield : Creative Grammar IATEFL

Another advantage of being an IATEFL member is being able to snuggle down of an afternoon and watch a webinar whenever I’ve got the time and inclination. 814 more words

Fab Ideas

Four Cambridge English scholarships announced to celebrate 50th Anniversary of IATEFL

Cambridge English is offering four all-expenses paid scholarships to attend the 2016 IATEFL conference, the leading event in the English Language Teaching calendar, from 13 – 16 April 2016 in… 137 more words


Marjorie Rosenberg on MULLing

Marjorie Rosenberg is originally from the United States and has been living in Austria since 1981.  She teaches at the University of Graz, trains teachers and writes materials in the business English field and on methodology. 588 more words


What are we thinking in ELT?

If you were about to start thinking about a dissertation or thesis in ELT, what would you write it about?

There’s a number of ways of looking at this: 688 more words


Thank you, Brighton!

Thanks to those who attended Laura’s workshop at the ETp Live! conference in Brighton this weekend (20 June 2015). Here, you’ll find links to her presentation slides and handouts. 121 more words


ELT Journal scholarship for IATEFL 2016

It’s been a couple of months since this year’s IATEFL conference, and I am already looking forward to the next one, which will take place in Birmingham on 13th-16th April 2016. 371 more words