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.
This is the second of a three-part series by Katy Muench, one of the Glasgow 2017 scholarship winners.