International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language
Linking, developing and supporting English Language Teaching professionals worldwide
Call for papers deadline: 30 April 2013.
Openness and Connectedness: Exploring the Landscape of English Language Teaching in the Modern World
Speaker proposal deadline: 15 March 2013
The conference and exhibition will run from 4pm on Friday 5th July to after lunch on Sunday 7th July 2013. On Saturday and Sunday there will be a diverse range of workshops on offer, delivered by experienced leaders - some new and some familiar faces to NATECLA conferences.
As ever there will be time for networking, attending fringe events and visiting the centrally located resources exhibition. Here there will be good opportunity to talk to publishers, awarding body representatives on hand, ask questions browse and buy. Members are invited to attend the AGM – have your voice heard. Following the final workshop on Sunday our closing plenary will be a panel.
Workshop details and the booking form will be posted on the website. To receive a booking form direct please email us to be added to our mailing lists.
'20th Century Learner: Learning Styles and Learning Strategies'.
Submission deadline: May 15 2013
S. RajagopalanELTAI, India.
'Developing Learner Autonomy: Successes, Constraints, & the Role of the EFL Practitioner'
Submission deadline for papers: 10 May 2013
Keynote Speech by Prof. PhDr. Josef Jařab CSc., dr. h. c.
Plenary speakers: Daniela Clarke, Graham Hall, Mark Andrews, Piotr Steinbrich, Simon Gill, Karen Saxby
Conference fee 1,000 CZK (700 CZK for members of MSSUA and partner associations) includes: conference brochure, conference bag, three coffee breaks, three plenaries, many concurrent sessions to choose from, reception on Friday evening, cultural event on Friday evening
During the conference: the exhibition of publishers and other institutions concerned with ELT, raffles.
Topics suitable for all levels: pre-school, primary, secondary, tertiary; adults; exams etc. Accredited by MSMT-2229/2013-201-91
Limited number of participants: 200 (First come, First served)
Deadlines: 15 May 2013 for speakers, 20 June 2013 for participants
27 - 28 September 2013 - Regional Conference in Lezha: "Teaching & Learning English in the New World" (Deadline for Application: July 31, 2013)
A holistic approach to learning and teaching Central Committee IATEFL Poland Anna Rogalewicz-Gałucka, Natalia Małecka
“Men learn while they teach”, Lucius A. Seneca
Moreover, inviting teachers of other languages to our conference, we hope to create a unique opportunity to simultaneously observe and participate in a language learning-teaching process.
The conference also aims to address, but is not only limited to, the following issues:
Psychological support for teachers and learners; Current trends learning and teaching; The ongoing process of upgrading teacher's qualifications; Lessons that everybody enjoys; Good practices in foreign language teaching; English for Specific Purpose; CLILL; Management in ELT; New technologies in foreign language teaching; Exams and examination systems; Languages for specific purposes – development trends; New technologies and quality of teaching.
The official languages of the Conference are English and Polish.
We believe the Conference will contribute to your professional growth and the evening events will make the occasion even more delightful. We sincerely hope that you can participate and look forward to meeting you at the Conference.
The Organising Committee:Local Committee IATEFL Anna Badura, Magdalena Nowacka
A holistic approach to learning and teachingThe main theme of the Conference will revolve around a holistic approach where all factors influencing teaching and learning are taken into consideration. Holistic education is concerned with connections in human experience—connections between mind and body, between linear thinking and intuitive ways of knowing, between academic disciplines, between the individual and the community.
Central Committee IATEFL Poland Anna Rogalewicz-Gałucka, Natalia Małecka
'By Word of Mouth: Embracing Inspiring Practices' Proposal submission deadline: 26 April 2013
Call for Presentations: May 31, 2013.
Our ANUPI International Conference has been recognized for its quality and academic standards throughout the past ten years. English teachers from public and private higher education institutions in Mexico and abroad have had a very positive experience meeting other colleagues doing research or carrying out similar academic interests.
The word Huatulco in the Mixteca language means "the place where wood is worshipped". It has 9 different bays and 34 beautiful beaches. Your participation this year will be helping Huatulco share its natural beauty while preserving an ecologic development
Proposal Deadline: 30 May 2013.
This event will focus on Language Teaching and Learning & Educational Materials Exhibition
Proposal deadline: April 21, 2013
Plenary Speakers: Scott Thornbury & Sue Palmer
We are welcoming talks and Poster Sessions from all English Language Teaching fields
Deadline for Application: December 30, 2013