Michael Carrier Jack Richards Ana Halbach Craig Thaine Monica Poulter
The cycle of observation and reflection is regarded in most teaching contexts as essential for teacher development.
Studies into the teenage brain reveal why teens are prone to risk-taking and irresponsible behavior, but indicate too an amazing potential for cognitive development and social adaptability.
Teacher education is predicated around assumptions about the nature of teacher knowledge and teacher-learning.
This talk will explain why True/False/Not Given questions are a valid test of reading skills and the approach to take when covering them in an IELTS preparation class.
Andrew Nye Michael Carrier
Digital technologies have empowered learners, with resources being available instantly now. But where does this leave teachers?
In this talk we look back on over a decade of research into online and blended learning and explore exactly what creates the best blend.
How does spoken academic English typically differ from academic writing in university settings and how might this influence EAP materials?
Gordon Lewis Eric Baber
This talk shares research findings and practical suggestions into the pedagogical issues that come with 100% online language classes.
Helen Allen Mary Whiteside
There is much excitement around digital learning, but online courses often fail to live up to expectations with reports of high drop-out and low success rates.
How can students score top marks? What aspects of writing should they work on at B2?
Anne O'Keeffe Geraldine Mark
This talk showcases the English Grammar Profile and how this free resource can help material and curriculum design.
Fiona Barker Anne Burns
This workshop will introduce teachers and academic managers to Action Research in language education
A journey through the huge changes in English language teaching, learning, and assessment in China over the last 50 years
Ben Knight Cynthia James
How to get Year 6 primary school students to engage enthusiastically in writing English?
Laura Patsko Rolf Tynan
ELT materials and practice are increasingly digitally-based. What opportunities and challenges do ebooks present for schools, teachers and learners?
David Graddol Nick Saville
‘Cambridge Collectable English’ is an online course on Language Landscapes designed for teachers.