Category Archives: Teaching inspiration

European Literature Night – Friday 18 September 2020

Eric Ngalle Charles at European Literature Night We are delighted to announce that Wales based poet, actor and playwright Eric Ngalle Charles will be part of the 2020 European Literature Night. The online event is organised in partnership with EUNIC Netherlands  and will be held on 18 September 2020. More information about the European Literature Night will be available shortly. More information about Eric Ngalle Charles Eric Ngalle Charles is a Cameroon-born writer, poet, actor and playwright based in Wales. A fellow

British Council Conference for Teachers 2020 – Friday 05 February 2021

RESCHEDULED British Council Conference for Teachers 2021 Friday 05 February 2021 09:15 to 16:30   The fourth edition of the British Council Conference for Teachers will be focusing on continuing professional development (CPD). By transforming the quality in the classroom through investing in your CPD, you achieve the best for your learners. Throughout the day there will be several workshops highlighting best practices, as well as hands on tips and tricks to help formulate and implement your professional development plan. Do not

Oxford English Professional Development

Oxford English Assessment Professional Development ELT Together Date and Time: 21st September – 16th October 2020 FROM 21st September 2020, 15:00 – 16:00 till 16th October 2020, 18:00 – 20:00 you can join free webinars for professional development. Speakers: Sarah Mercer Mila Angelova Celia Reid Mark Richard Zarina Subhan Kristin McCreadie Nick Cherkas Alex Paramour Erika Osvath Nergis Uyan Philip Haines Charlotte Murphy David Stevenson Edmund Dudley Nate Owen Tammy Gregersen Want to know more and register? Go to:

READING RESEARCH – A survey undertaken by Northumbria University

READING RESEARCH: ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS’ PRACTICES AND PRIORITIES. A survey undertaken by Northumbria University and the British Council for all English language teachers, teacher trainers and other ELT professionals.   To what extent do you read research about English language teaching and learning? What kind of publications do you read, how often do you read them, and to what extent does this influence what you do in the classroom?  Alternatively, perhaps you don’t read research or about research findings? If not, why