One of the greatest strengths of IATEFL has always been its nature as ‘a big family’ with members supporting each other, sharing ideas and discussing the topics of the day.
Last year, after completing the input portion of my CertIBET with Helen Strong (IATEFL BESIG’s Events Coordinator) I made a
G I S I G. 5 letters, 12 committee members, 162 members, and a lot of enthusiastic followers.
Teachers’ associations. 5 years ago. Say what you see: dull, pointless, port, tweed.
It’s that time of year again! April 2018 may seem a long way off, but applications for scholarships for the 2018 annual IATEFL Conference in Brighton have been open for a couple of weeks.
A question I’m often asked is how I became patron of IATEFL. The short answer is that Catherine Walter, who had the presidential role in 1993, asked me. And I asked her: Why me?
On 6th May 2017, Anthony Gaughan presented the following IATEFL webinar:
This post is a collection of summaries from four different people who attended the IATEFL conference for the first time in Glasgow in 2017.