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October 2019

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Welcome to this October edition of our IATEFL eBulletin which brings you news and information about upcoming events from our Head Office and Special Interest Groups (SIGs).

In this edition of the eBulletin, 14 of our 16 SIGs share information about their ongoing and upcoming professional development events. Apart from plans for the PCEs in Manchester next year, our SIGs will be bringing you face-to-face and online PD events over the next weeks and months. There are also opportunities for IATEFL members to submit articles to SIG newsletters and journals and to join our conversations on professional matters via our different SIG social network platforms. Read on to find out more about these opportunities.

If you missed our annual Web Conference organised in partnership with the British Council on World Teachers’ Day this year, you can still watch recordings here. And when you have watched the recordings, please leave us your feedback here.

Finally, we would like to thank all our members who took part in the elections of our new Vice President/President. Gabriel Diaz Maggioli will be joining us at PubsCom immediately and will be eventually introducing future editions of the eBulletin.

With best wishes from all of us at PubsCom,

Harry Kuchah Kuchah, IATEFL President, Chair Publications Committee

 
From Head Office

Exhibiting at IATEFL Manchester 2020

Are you interested in connecting with our international attendees at the next International Conference and Exhibition? Find out more about exhibiting with us by contacting our Sponsorship and Exhibition Officer via [email protected].

IATEFL Annual Conference 2020

The 2020 IATEFL conference will be taking place at the Manchester Central, Manchester, UK. For more information about dates, plenary speakers, pre-conference events, venue information and how to book, please visit the website.

Call for Conference Photo Journalist

We have recently put out a call for a conference photographer and reporter. If you are a skilled photographer, experienced in the challenges of indoor photography; have your own high-quality camera equipment and have a flair for writing, why not consider applying for this role. Please check your inboxes for full details or email [email protected] to be sent a copy of the role description.

 

 From the SIGs 

From the English for Speaker of Other Languages SIG

17 April 2020: PCE Manchester 2020

Please join us on 17 April 2020 for our pre-conference event entitledESOL: sidelined no more’.The field of ESOL is growing exponentially as is the global human crisis of forced displacement and migration. ESOL teachers, many of whom are volunteers, are having to navigate the complexities of this crisis head on. Our pre-conference event will look at how we are training ESOL teachers especially volunteer teachers, to ensure that they are equipped with the tools and techniques necessary to be able to address their learners' multidimensional needs. We will also examine the role that ESOL has in the field of English language teaching in general. We will also explore how publishers, materials writers, and teachers are meeting the increased demand for relevant materials.

ESOL is now seen as having a significant role to play at the intersection of education, migration and integration policies. The need for pedagogies and materials that reflect the reality of learners’ lives is greater than ever.

The day will be a combination of examining policy issues and practical ideas for the classroom. Please check the IATEFL website for more details about the conference, and how to register.

Newsletter

Call for contributions: please consider submitting articles for our newsletter, send to [email protected]. We want to hear from you!

ESOL Champion

Please check out our new feature: ESOL Champion. We want to recognize people who are making outstanding contributions to the ESOL field. Please nominate someone who deserves the recognition by emailing [email protected].

Lastly, don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter @iateflesolsig

Lesley Painter-Farrell, ESOLSIG Coordinator

 

From the Learner Autonomy SIG

18 Nov 2019: Webinar, 18.00 GMT

Our next webinar is taking place on November 18, 18.00 GMT. The webinar, entitled ‘Learning from each other—Teletándem: an environment for enhancing autonomy’, will discuss how teletandem has been implemented at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and how it supports and encourages learner autonomy. Our speaker, Maria de la Paz Adelia Peña Clavel will elaborate on her university’s experiences with teletandem and answer questions about how it can be used in other settings. For more about this webinar, click here.

Call for proposals – PCE Manchester 2020

LASIG has opened the call for proposals for our 2020 pre-conference event, ‘Defining and contextualizing language learner autonomy: theory and practice’. In recent years, learner autonomy has become increasingly more mainstream. In our pre-conference event, we seek to define learner autonomy in today’s educational field. Our emphasis is on hands-on applications of learner autonomy, with a focus on practical activities and tasks you can use in your classroom. For more information and to submit a proposal for your presentation, click here.

Christian Ludwig and Lawrie Moore-Walter, LASIG Joint Coordinators

 

From the Inclusive Practices and SEN SIG

#IPSENchat

Have you joined in #IPSENchat yet? Check us out on twitter @IPSENSIG and Facebook IATEFL IP&SENSIG to join the conversation and share ideas. In October we’ll continue talking about various aspects of creating a #WelcomingClassroom. We’ll be discussing the problem of bullying – inside and out of the classroom. Committee member Giovanni Licata recently talked on this theme at English UK’s event on 11 October in London.

In November and December, we’ll turn our attention to celebrations and discuss #NotJustChristmas, but many other festivals and important times of the year that our students may celebrate. We’ll be looking for your experiences of how we acknowledge this aspect of diversity in our classes.

17 April 2020: PCE Manchester 2020

The call for papers for our joint pre-conference event with TEASIG on ‘Accessible Assessments’ is now closed, but we have got some great talks lined up for 17 April 2020. Our keynote speakers will be Richard Spiby of the British Council and Judit Kormos of Lancaster University. You can find out more and sign up here.

For details on our other upcoming events, including the ELT Malta conference later this month, and TESOL Spain’s upcoming event, please check our website here.

Anne Margaret Smith, IP&SENSIG Coordinator 

 

From the Materials Writing SIG

15 Nov 2019 at 15.00 GMT: Webinar

Our current series of webinars is called ‘MaWSIG meets …’. Each webinar is co-hosted with one of our sister SIGs and they explore the ‘five wishes’ for the future of ELT materials, which Kath Bilsborough presented at IATEFL 2019. They provide ideas, inspiration and practical tips on the various areas of materials creation.

Our next webinar, on 15 Nov 2019 at 15.00 GMT as MaWSIG meets YLTSIG: ‘Moving away from exams dominance in YL materials’ with Shelagh Rixon and Wendy Arnold. All our webinars are free to join here.There is no need to register.

Mid-November: Manuscript – the IATEFL MaWSIG annual ebook

Before stepping down from the committee in September, our publications coordinator, James Styring, compiled our 2018–2019 ebook. Manuscript will be available to all IATEFL members via the Members’ area of the IATEFL website as of mid-November. MaWSIG members will receive their copy by email.

17 April 2020: PCE Manchester 2020

We are excited to announce our line-up of expert authors, syllabus-creators, designers and editors for the 2020 pre-conference event ‘Practical tools and tricks of the trade’. There really is something for everyone. Please click here for more information and to register. Places are limited, so don't miss out!

New committee member

We are delighted to welcome our new publications coordinator, Ceri Jones, to the committee. We’d like to extend our thanks once again to James Styring for all his hard work over the last four years.

Aleksandra Popovski Golubovikj, MaWSIG Coordinator

 

From the Business English SIG

3 Nov 2019: BESIG webinar

BESIG will be hosting a webinar ‘Promoting clear expression’ with Paul Dummett on 3 November at 15.00 GMT. For more information about the event and the speaker, go to the BESIG Online events page.

Call for speakers and moderators

BESIG Online Team is inviting BESIG members to become webinar presenters and Facebook discussion moderators. If you are interested in participating in any of these roles in 2020 events, please contact us at [email protected].

13 - 14 March 2020: IV APIBA Business English Annual Conference

IATEFL BESIG will be supporting APIBA (Buenos Aires English Teachers' Association) in holding its fourth Annual Business English Conference on 13 and 14 March 2020 at Universidad de Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Call for Proposals is now open, follow this link for more information.

17 April 2020: BESIG PCE at the IATEFL Annual Conference, Manchester, UK

This pre-conference event aims at bringing together business English professionals who are interested in exploring a wide range of business English training activities. The day will begin with three sessions led by experienced practitioners who will explore various approaches and different types of business English training activities. After a lunch break, attendees will take part in a swap shop where they will have the opportunity to share ideas which they have developed themselves. Come forward if you would like to be considered for one of the three places for the morning sessions.

BESIG on social media

To stay up to date with our regular news and updates, follow IATEFL BESIG official accounts on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

Dana Poklepovic and Evan Frendo, Joint BESIG Coordinators

 

From the Young Learners and Teenagers SIG

Latest Blog Post

Following our summer break, Wendy Arnold opens the new blogging season with a practical post on designing professional development programmes for primary English teachers. Please visit our website to read the post.

25-27 Oct: Annual Web Conference

The 2019 YLTSIG Web Conference will take place over three days: 25, 26, 27 October between 14.00 – 22.00 GMT each day. This year’s theme is “Opening the ‘YL’ umbrella: fostering age-appropriate pedagogies in ELT” featuring nine plenaries, two panel discussions, one Q&A session and fifteen talks focused on early years, primary, lower and upper secondary ELT as well as two sponsor showcases. The web conference aims to move away from ‘YL’ as an umbrella term and showcase fresh pedagogies for different age ranges. You can register here for free.

17 April 2020: PCE Manchester 2020

The IATEFL Manchester 2020 Young Learners and Teenagers SIG pre-conference event will explore children’s and teenagers’ multilingualism in ELT from a variety of sociolinguistic, cognitive and affective perspectives. The day-long event will unpack ways children and teenagers develop and manage their multiple languages, consider the benefits of multilingualism for ELT, and identify classroom strategies to value children’s and teenagers’ linguistic repertoires. The 2020 pre-conference event aims to help YL ELT professionals to move from a ‘monolingual’ to a ‘multilingual’ mindset by being inclusive of linguistic diversity in the YL classroom and ultimately, by celebrating the rich skills of multilingual children and teenagers. We can now confirm the line-up of speakers:

  •  Nayr Ibrahim’s opening plenary will set the scene by outlining key current issues in multilingualism in YL ELT
  • Lijuan Shi’s keynote talk will share classroom-based examples of translanguaging in early years settings
  • Hamish Chalmers’ keynote talk will explore ways children can create linguistic landscapes at primary school, particularly those learning in multilingual environments
  • Constant Leung’s keynote talk will demonstrate how teenagers' languages are included (as well as to what extent) to access the curriculum in English as an Additional Language contexts
  • Leketi Makalela’s closing plenary will provide delegates with a focus on translanguaging via a holistic lens to foster connection and solidarity (including the concept of ‘ubuntu’).

We will also have an open space format to provide an interactive opportunity for delegates to reflect on the pre-conference event contents in relation to their own contexts. To provide creative inspiration for the pre-conference event, the venue is Manchester Art Gallery, a very short walk away from the main Manchester Central venue. For more information and to register, please visit the IATEFL Manchester website.

David Valente, YLTSIG Coordinator

 

From the Literature SIG

2 Nov 2019: Webinar

LitSIG’s next webinar of 2019 will take place on 2November at 17.00 GMT: “Designing photo essays when reading short stories”. Dr Barbara Roosken from the Netherlands will demonstrate how designing photo essays will improve their creative abilities and may also be used for assessment. This will be a practical session with plenty of examples of good practice. More details here.

In January next year we will host Thom Robb for a webinar. Thom became a member of the LitSIG committee earlier this year. He has long been a committee member of the Extensive Reading Foundation and his webinar will focus on reading material. More details nearer the date.

17 April 2020: PCE Manchester 2020

Our pre-conference event in Manchester, a joint event with the Global Issues SIG, will be on ‘Migrant Narratives in the EFL and ESOL Classroom’.

We will examine migrants’ experiences as narrated in ‘diaspora literature’, works written by authors living outside their native country. As well as written and oral storytelling, we will include other media, such as song and music. Pedagogy will be an important feature: how to bring migrant narratives into the classroom, and how to use migrant narratives to promote intercultural awareness and social inclusion. To this end, we will talk about using and creating materials, and we will suggest techniques suitable for teaching that involve migrant narratives, notably storytelling.

Speakers already confirmed are Jeremy Harmer, David Heathfield, Alan Maley, Judith B. O’Loughlin, Alan Pulverness and Andrew Wright. There will be more! We are also interested in creating opportunities for participants at the pre-conference event to share their experiences: we will update you later on how we intend to do this.

Visit our website and social media pages (https://www.facebook.com/LitSIG/ and https://twitter.com/Lit_SIG) for updates on the programme, and for further information on the webinars.

Robert Hill, LitSIG Coordinator

 

From the Learning Technologies SIG 

Manchester 2020 news

We are delighted to reveal our Diana Eastment Roving Reporter Scholarship winner for the IATEFL conference next April. It is Kateryna Tishaninova Holubinka, an instructional designer, teacher trainer and linguist from Ukraine. She attended our SIG day in Liverpool earlier this year and showed great interest in what we do. In response to winning she stated: “I'm really grateful to LTSIG and the friends and colleagues of Diana Eastment for the opportunity to win this scholarship. Feeling excited to visit the next IATEFL 2020 conference in Manchester and share my impressions, discoveries and insights about teaching and learning in the information age.” It was a very close call with lots of fantastic applications to be our roving reporter. The committee look forward to working with her leading up to and during the conference.

We are busy putting together a programme for our pre-conference event at the IATEFL conference. Our theme is ‘2020 Vision into Artificial Intelligence’. Some key speakers have already been booked. Look out for an announcement regarding the full line-up later this year. If you want to join us, please take a look at our recent blog post about this.

9 Nov 2019: P.A.R.K. Conference

The 25th edition of one of the most popular ELT conferences in the Czech Republic, the P.A.R.K. conference will this year be a special anniversary event at Mendel University, Brno, on 9 November 2019. The conference organisers have lined up some great sessions by speakers including: Scott Thornbury, Péter Medgyes, Simon Gill, Marjorie Rosenberg, Amanda Davies, Gregg Sotiropoulis, Neil Anderson, Barbora Krpcová.

Read more about this event and book your place here

The IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG has a strand at this Conference. Our line-up includes Gregg Sotiropoulos, as well as Steve Chalk and Angus Savory, who will be addressing key issues in the field of Learning Technologies.

Our Roving Reporter, Ayşegül Sallı, has won the travel grant to attend the P.A.R.K. conference. It is the first time she has won such a grant.  She states that she is “delighted to be the roving reporter at the LTSIG conference. It will be a great pleasure for me to take this opportunity to be part of the event reporting the sessions, insights of the presenters and the participants.”

Remember that we offer these grants throughout the year, so look out for our posts and on our social media channels for future offers to attend events such as the IATEFL conference, 2020.

OLLReN Online Conference recordings

The OLLReN annual conference took place on 28 September. This highly relevant and informative event drew on research into investigating the impact of technology to support language learning. The LTSIG was involved in promoting and moderating the event. There were presentations on fostering resilience and perseverance in young learners with game-based learning, piloting authentic Open Educational Resources (OERs) in MOOCs, language learning in digital contexts, increasing students’ oral practice through collaboration and technology-enhanced peer feedback in the EAP classroom.

All the slides and recordings from the presentations can now be found on the OLLReN conference 2019 website.

Throwback Thursdays

On 19 September, we began a series of releases of some recordings from the archives. Every Thursday we have a throwback thursday (#tbt) sharing the latest recording. We started with a video by Paul Driver, then we had Lindsay Warwick. On 3 October, we shared a presentation given by the late Professor Stephen Bax, a leading figure in the pedagogy around learning technologies. By 10 October, we will have shared one by Amy Lightfoot.

Future recordings in the Members’ Area will feature Steven Bukin, Victoria Boobyer, Joel Josephson, Chryssantthe Sotiriou & Dimitrios Primalis, Luke Meddings & Burcu Akyol and Huw Jarvis. The password to access our new Members’ Area was revealed to our members via the latest edition of our newsletter, LT, and will be shared again in the next newsletter. Please contact [email protected] with your membership number in case you missed it.

Write for us

Do you have something you want to write about?  Do you use a tool or platform to great effect? Would you like to tell us about your journey in learning technologies? Would you like to feature in our next newsletter? If so, we would be delighted to hear from you. We will continue to ask via our social media channels. Please, contact our Newsletter Editor, Graham Stanley or Vicky Saumell about these features. You can also contact our Webmaster, Phil Longwell with your articles, videos, blogs and ideas on the use of technology in language learning for publication on the LTSIG blog. Please click on the names for links to submit your ideas.

Sophia Mavridi, LTSIG Coordinator

  

From the Testing Evaluation and Assessment SIG

22 Oct 2019: TEASIG Webinar ‘Classroom Assessment’ with Mona Mersal

Tuesday 22nd October 2019

Time: 16.00 - 17. 30 GMT

This webinar aims at providing teachers with multiple classroom assessment methods that can be selected to assess learning. Moreover, the presenter sheds light on matching learning targets with various assessment methods to bridge the gap between students’ present level of expertise and the desired one. Criteria for ensuring high-quality classroom assessment are also presented.

You can find further information on our website.

The webinar is free, does not need advance registration, and can be accessed on the day here.

Testing, Evaluation and Assessment Today

If you are interested in submitting an article, please take a look at our website for a sample article and the guidelines here. If you have any queries, please contact our Editor, Maggi Lussi Bell at [email protected].

Social Media

Please follow us on our social media accounts, where we announce our upcoming events. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn

TEASIG Events

We believe in the importance of bringing experts and teachers together at our testing and assessment related events. If you would like us to plan an event in your area, please let us know by sending us an email. Please note that we cannot do events without your help, so if you could please let us know how you can help us plan and deliver an event in your context and what you can provide, that would be greatly appreciated.

Ceyda Mutlu and Mehvar Ergun Turkkan, Joint TEASIG Coordinators

 

From the English for Specific Purposes SIG

17 April 2020: PCE Manchester 2020

Our pre-conference event theme this year is ‘ESP in the world of tomorrow: academic and professional perspectives’ and will cover the changes, opportunities and challenges ESP may face in the future from two main perspectives: ESP in tertiary level education contexts, and in professional contexts. The deadline for sending us your proposals is 16.00 GMT on Friday 6 December 2019 using this link.

Scholarship winners

Our SIG committee is proud to announce that the scholarship tradition it established in 2018 has proved to be a really successful and stimulating initiative. It provoked considerable interest and has been a powerful career drive for our membership. We offered two scholarships for the 2020 IATEFL Conference in Manchester and are pleased to be able to introduce you to our two scholarship winners. The winner of the ESPSIG scholarship is Komila Tangirova from Uzbekistan. Komila is an EFL teacher at tertiary level with a particular interest in English for Specific Purposes and Testing and Assessment. The winner of the ESPSIG Roving Reporter scholarship is Jemma Prior from the UK, who has been teaching ESP and EAP at university level in Italy for almost 20 years. We would like to extend our congratulations to both Komila and Gemma, and are greatly looking forward to their contributions!

Webinar news

Following on from the success of Catherine Richards Gollini’s webinar last month, we are delighted to inform you that the next webinar of our 2019 series will take place in December and will be presented by Neil Bullock on Aviation English. Please keep an eye on our website and our Facebook page for more details coming soon!

Position paper from OUP – exclusive access for ESPSIG members

Oxford University Press has very kindly offered ESPSIG members exclusive access to their upcoming position paper, ‘Global Skills: creating empowered 21st century citizens’. This paper has been researched and developed by OUP’s panel of ELT experts, and provides practical recommendations and advice for teaching global skills (sometimes known as 21st century skills) in the classroom. Given our focus on disseminating good practice in ESP, EAP, and EO/PP, OUP believes the paper would be of great interest to our members, and we have therefore been included in this exclusive pre-release.

You can read about OUP’s expert panel and access the previous three position papers here.

Keep an eye on your inboxes for the link to the paper (which goes live in 8 October 2019)!

Update on Journal – Issue 53

Our editorial team is working on the next issue of our Journal: Professional and Academic English. As always, we have been trying to emulate the proven traditional framework which consists of articles (four to five), conference reports (three on average) and book reviews (seven to eight). We are aiming to have the pdf version ready by the end of November to be sent out to members electronically. A selected run of paper copies will be printed in December and sent out to those members who have opted for paper subscription.

Mark Krzanowski (Editor-in-Chief) 

Caroline Hyde-Simon and Aysen Guven, Joint ESPSIG Coordinators

 

From the Research SIG

28 Oct – 8 Nov 2019: ReSIG Online Discussion

IATEFL ReSIG is hosting and organising an online discussion with Prof. Adrian Holiday and Dr. Malcolm MacDonald about theirrecent article published in Applied Linguistics journal, entitled ‘Researching the Intercultural: Intersubjectivity and the Problem with Post-positivism’ which will be moderated by Ana Ines Salvi and Chris Banister. Please check the link for further information.

Supporting Teacher Research in Africa Online

Following from the TESOL Africa pre-conference event ‘Teachers in Action: Exploring Global Issues through classroom research’ that ReSIG and GISIG jointly organised and held on 8August in Abuja, we are now supporting teacher participants to develop their research projects via mentoring, webinars and discussions online. We are expecting to publish the work the mentors, organisers, webinar hosts and teacher-researchers are doing by August 2020. Find more on our website.

30 Oct 2019: Invitation to write an article for ELT Research, the IATEFL ReSIG publication

ELT Research is published once a year. It carries reports of research in English language learning, teaching and assessment from around the world, news of research-related events, and links to web-resources which researchers will find useful. Click here.

The co-editors are currently calling for contributions for the next issue of ELT Research, to be published in early 2020. Your article should be written in a formal yet accessible style, and can include tables, figures and photos. For more information, please check this website.

When and how? Please write up your article and submit it by the end of 30 October

to [email protected] and Cc Darío Luis Banegas, who is one of the co-editors.

Forthcoming publications

ReSIG will soon publish a compilation of research accounts by teachers around the globe, and an open access edited book entitled ‘Energising teacher research’, a follow-up publication from the 2018 ReSIG - Bahçeşehir University conference held in Istanbul. Keep an eye on our website for further details.

17 April 2020: PCE Manchester 2020

The IATEFL ReSIG pre-conference event 2020 brings together researchers, language teachers and teacher educators who are interested in the role of research in English language teaching and teacher education. The event has two strands. While Strand A focuses on research in language teaching as part of developing research-related pedagogical competences in school or university classroom settings, Strand B considers research in the context of formal teacher education, highlights practices around research in various teacher education programs, and considers the role of research in continuing professional development. The pre-conference event starts with Strand A, with the plenary by Sarah Merceron ELT research followed by delegates’ poster presentations. In the afternoon, after the plenary talk by Maggie Kubanyiova on research in teacher education, presenters will deliver their posters on the same topic.

For proposal submission. contact Yasmin Dar.

Ana Ines Salvi and Kenan Dikilitas, Joint ReSIG Coordinators

 

From the Teacher Development SIG

14 Jan 2020: PCE Manchester 2020 early bird

LOCALISED teacher development

TEACHER-DRIVEN development

SUSTAINABLE IMPACT of teacher development

These are the focus areas for discussion involving what we’re terming ‘underdog forms of TD’ at our full-day pre-conference event in Manchester at the IATEFL Conference on 17 April 2020. Underdogs aren't those we immediately think of for success, but ultimately they're the superheroes. Our day will comprise four speakers (two morning / two afternoon) and breakout open-space dialogue directly with them to engage more deeply with their TD initiatives. It will culminate in collaborating on group manifestos towards TD initiatives that address these three key points. More details on the theme of our spectacular event, to learn about the speakers, and to register, please click here.

Tyson Seburn, TDSIG Coordinator

 

From the Global Issues SIG

Newsletter

October is our Issues month and this year we are focusing on Transportation. If you have materials, articles, videos you would like to share on our website please get in touch. Visit our website for more details.

17 April 2020: PCE Manchester 2020

Details on our joint pre-conference event in Manchester 2020 out soon. We have an amazing day lined up where we will be talking about ‘Migrant Narratives in the EFL classroom’.

New publication

An exciting new publication by Margarita Koiser’s book ‘12 months of Social Issues’ will be out soon.  A great new resource book for teachers to use in their classrooms incorporating social issues into the ELT classroom.

Varinder Unlu, GISIG Coordinator

 

From the Teacher Training and Education SIG

Upcoming Webinar

We’re pleased to host the first webinar of the 2019/20 season featuring Dr. Matt O´Leary. Matt is Professor of Education and Director of the Education Research Centre CSPACE at Birmingham City University. His research in the field of, among others, classroom observations is well known in Teacher Training circles. So, we are delighted to announce that Matt will be the first speaker of the new TTEd webinar series with a webinar entitled: Using classroom observation to understand and improve teaching and learning: moving from the performative to the informative. More details to follow!

PCE Manchester 2020 Programme

IATEFL TTEdSIG has been busy organizing a very exciting pre-conference event for IATEFL Manchester 2020 with the theme: ‘Trends in teacher training: Needs of trainers with different experiences/ training in- service/ pre-service trainers’. We are looking forward to meeting you there. Details to follow. Until then, keep track here.

Burcu Tezcan Unal, TTEdSIG Coordinator

 

 

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