International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language
Linking, developing and supporting English Language Teaching professionals worldwide
The varieties of English used by different groups and/or in different parts of the world (including varieties used among second language users), representing local varieties, such as Indian English or Singaporean English, many developed in geographies influenced by a former history of colonialism.
A social construct of sense of self emerging through interaction, being shaped by experiences, contexts, and ideologies; cultural, political, and individual identities which they claim or which are assigned to them; a teacher’s own interpretation of how others see themself and desirable ways to be seen by others.
A variety of digital and face-to-face professional development opportunities delivered by teachers associations, to meet the needs of the international English language professional. Professional development opportunities by teacher associations include, but are not limited to, practical workshops, up-to-date publications, and sound academic research.
|Sessions||Day 1||Day 2||Day 3|
|Welcome||13.30 - 13.45||08.00 - 08.15||11.00 - 11.15|
|Session 1||14.00 - 14.45||08.30 - 09.15||11.30 - 12.15|
|Session 2||15.00 - 15.45||09.30 - 10.15||12.30 - 13.15|
|Session 3||16.00 - 16.45||10.30 - 11.15||13.30 - 14.15|
|Session 4||17.00 - 17.45||11.30 - 12.15||14.30 - 15.15|
|Session 5||18.00 - 18.45||12.30 - 13.15||15.30 - 16.15|
|Panel Discussion||19.00 - 20.15||13.30 - 14.45||16.30 - 17.45|
|Close||20.15 - 20.30||14.45 - 15.00||17.45 - 18.00|
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How to join us
We will be using Adobe Connect to host this event and places are limited.
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