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ELT Master's Awards: Dissertations available online

Tim Goodier from King's College London is the winner for the 2014 British Council Master's Dissertation Award, with Best Potential for Impact on the ELT Industry. Alongside the winner were special commendations to Santi Budi Lestari from the University of Warwick, Cathryn Tolon from the University of Sussex and Sanghoon Mun from the University of Bath. Find out more and read the dissertations on the EnglishAgenda web pages.

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Get creative with our British Council websites for young learners

On Wednesday 24 June we have the livestreamed launch of our brand new publication ‘Creativity in the English language classroom’. Here we look at a few suggestions for how you can use activities from our websites, LearnEnglishKids and LearnEnglishTeens to promote creativity in the young learner classroom.
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Get creative in the English language classroom!

Over the next few weeks we will be looking at how to promote creativity in the English language classroom to celebrate the forthcoming launch of a brand new and exciting teacher resource book from the British Council on this theme. Find details of webinars, a live streamed seminar and published extracts from the book!

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Watch the ’Teachers Research!' conference online!

The IATEFL Research SIG Annual International Conference and 5th Gediz University Annual Teacher Research Conference will take place in Izmir, Turkey on 18-19 June 2015 and some sessions will be live streamed and recorded for you to watch at home.
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New IATEFL Research SIG publication: Teacher-researchers in action

A new book all about teacher research has just been published by the IATEFL Research SIG. The 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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Find out what’s new in English language teaching!

The British Council ELTons Awards Ceremony and red carpet interviews will take place this week, live and online on Thursday 4 June, 1815-2015 BST.

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Watch the ELTons Awards Ceremony live online – Thursday 4 June, 1815-2015 BST

The British Council ELTons Awards Ceremony and red carpet interviews will take place live and online on Thursday 4 June, 1815-2015 BST. Now in their thirteenth year, the awards which are run by the British Council and sponsored by Cambridge English Language Assessment, are the only international awards to recognise innovative products, services and research in English language teaching globally.

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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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Extensive Reading Foundation Awards

The Extensive Reading Foundation Awards for 2014 were recently presented to the winners at an evening ceremony during the IATEFL Annual Conference.
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Three inspiring continuing professional development webinars on EnglishAgenda

We are pleased to announce a new season of EnglishAgenda continuing professional development webinars.

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Leadership and management special interest group webinar

Find out how to do ELT management research in this first webinar in a new series from the IATEFL Leadership and management special interest group.

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Watch the ’Teachers Research!' conference online!

The IATEFL Research SIG Annual International Conference and 5th Gediz University Annual Teacher Research Conference will take place in Izmir, Turkey on 18-19 June 2015 and some sessions will be live streamed and recorded for you to watch at home.
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Do learner-centred approaches work in every culture?

Is it time to challenge Western assumptions about education, especially when it comes to promoting 'good teaching approaches' in the developing world? The British Council's Ian Clifford looks at the case of Burma, in a forthcoming webinar on 12 October 2015.
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Panel discussion: The future of English language teaching

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IATEFL Special Interest Groups

With the IATEFL annual conference fast approaching, we look at some of the Special Interest Groups who work year round to provide development opportunities to teachers around the globe.

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Learning to learn - streamed conference from the British Council in Madrid

Join an online streamed conference from the British Council in Madrid on Saturday 26th September. This year’s theme is ‘Learning to Learn’. 
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British Council teacher survey for English language teachers in the Middle East and North Africa

The British Council invites English language teachers from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to participate in a survey which aims to better understand the digital behaviour of English language teachers in MENA. The survey will be conducted in the week of 16th March and there will be one week to complete it.

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Get creative with our British Council websites for young learners

On Wednesday 24 June we have the livestreamed launch of our brand new publication ‘Creativity in the English language classroom’. Here we look at a few suggestions for how you can use activities from our websites, LearnEnglishKids and LearnEnglishTeens to promote creativity in the young learner classroom.

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