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The European Profiling Grid Project – evaluating professional skills

This innovative project will enable teachers to assess themselves and gain an overview of their competences and an indication of their training needs. The Grid will also be useful for trainers and managers to help support teachers’ professional development and optimise the management of teaching staff within their organisation.

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In a Digital Future, Textbooks Are History

Textbooks have not gone the way of the scroll yet, but many educators say that it will not be long before they are replaced by digital versions — or supplanted altogether by lessons assembled from the wealth of free courseware, educational games, videos and projects on the Web. 

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Teachers Research! edited by Deborah Bullock and Richard Smith

Teachers Research! is a book for the field of English language teacher-research, containing stories arising from poster presentations at an IATEFL Research SIG event in 2014.

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James E. Alatis Prize - New opportunity from The International Research Foundation for English Language Education (TIRF)

At their recent Board meeting, the TIRF Trustees established the James E. Alatis Prize for Research on Language Policy and Planning in Educational Contexts, as a way of honouring Jim Alatis, who was one of the founders of TIRF and had a life-long interest in language planning and policy.
 

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Tips on how to organise a conference

Over at 'The Guardian', Brian Lucy provides some excellent tips on how to organise an academic conference.

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Teacher-researchers in action

This book contains chapters written by teacher-researchers working at universities across Turkey and aims to share research relating to classroom practice with the wider ELT community.

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Smartmiltoys's picture Smartmiltoys

Interesting information for me! Thanks...


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AneNaumoska's picture anaumoska

I totally agree with the fact the digital textbooks are only a click and mouse scroll away from...
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