Watch seminars held by the British Council and find out what's coming up.
19 June, 2012
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Michael Carrier talks about how handheld and mobile learning technology extends the range of the teacher by extending learning beyond the...
5 November, 2010
Janet Enever and Jayne Moon
Dr Janet Enever and Jayne Moon explore the trend towards an early start in English internationally, drawing upon substantial experience of...
British Council webinars for teachers.
21 December, 2016
With so many online development opportunities, it can be difficult to know where to start. This webinar guides you through the British...
4 March, 2016
Watch a recording of Lizzie Pinard's talk from 15 March 2016 talking about how we can foster learner autonomy by helping our students...
The Teacher Educator Conference (TEC) in Hyderabad is the British Council's largest teacher educator conference in India.
3 March, 2015
The British Council in partnership with English and Foreign Languages University (EFL-U) Hyderabad came together again to host the fifth...
3 March, 2015
In this interview, Rod Bolitho looks at the challenges faced by teacher education in the second decade of the 21st century and talks about...
The E-merging Forum is the British Council's biggest ELT event in Russia. Watch talks, interviews and read blog posts from past conferences. Next conference will be held in 2017.
29 July, 2015
Jeremy Day gave the plenary talk Two Approaches to Course Design at E-merging Forum 3 in Moscow.As a writer, editor and teacher of ESP...
29 July, 2015
Watch the plenary talk “21st century children learning English” given by Janet Enever at the E-merging Forum 3. This presentation considers...
A list of conferences happening globally as well as filmed talks from ELT luminaries.
1 April, 2016
This year, once again, the British Council teamed up with IATEFL to provide online coverage of the 2016 IATEFL conference.
13 January, 2015
Finding out about different conferences around the world can sometimes be difficult. We try and update our upcoming conferences as often as...