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We are pleased to announce NILE will once again be delivering the Professional Award for Teacher Educators. 

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Join us on Saturday 5 October for our annual World Teachers' Day celebration. 

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Our featured blog of the month award for June 2019 goes to David Petrie and his post First (FCE) Speaking Video Lesson.

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Find out what we have achieved in our first year.

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Our featured blog of the month award for May 2019 goes to Cristina Cabal and her post Fixing Fossilized Grammar and Spelling Errors in...

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Creativity and imagination is one of six core skills identified by the British Council as very important for students in the 21st...

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For more than 20 years, the ELTeCS network has been an active and inspirational community for thousands of ELT professionals across the...

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Watch a recording of the 2019 ELTons Awards Ceremony and see who the winners were.

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Our featured blog of the month award for April 2019 goes to David Petrie and his post Cheating.

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Life coaching, well-being, training and resources are all part of Rachael Roberts' new website Life-resourceful.

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Our featured blog of the month award for March 2019 goes to Rajesh Kouluri and his post Language Games for Teaching and Practicing...

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A Hornby Trust scheme to support small-scale projects to enhance teaching associations' work in low- and middle-income countries.

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Our featured blog of the month award for February 2019 goes to ELT-Connect and their post 7 Fun Tasks for Classroom Debates.

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Are you an English language classroom teacher, English language head teacher, supervisor or school leader? Wherever you are in the globe...

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Our featured blog of the month award for January 2019 goes to Breakout English and their post How to teach Cambridge exam classes.

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TIRF – The International Research Foundation for English Language Education – is pleased to announce its 2019 Doctoral Dissertation...

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AQUEDUTO, an organisation promoting quality assurance for online training, has commissioned an informative review of the literature in...

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Our featured blog of the month award for November 2018 goes to ELT-Cation and their post One sentence games.

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If you have Chinese-speaking, German-speaking or Spanish-speaking students in your class, why not ask them to do the Vocabulary...

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The 17th British Council ELTons Innovations Awards are now open for applications.

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In this webinar Phil Dexter will present some different models of inclusion and identify the skills, knowledge and understanding that...

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Applying approaches to Special Educational Needs is a moderated (tutored) online course designed and delivered by the British Council....

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IATEFL Research SIG has published an open access book entitled ELT Research in Action: Bridging the Gap between Research and Classroom...

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While many teacher and teacher educator development projects take place, their impact is not always fully measured, and when it is, it's...

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EVE: Equal Voices in ELT was created at the beginning of February, 2018. Its aim is to recognise both gender and highly proficient...

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Recent research into English as a medium of instruction, involving an Open University team, Education Development Trust and the British...

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Are teachers able to assess themselves accurately? Do they have the right assessment tools to do so? This research paper investigates...

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The University of Warwick and IATEFL Research SIG jointly hosted a panel discussion on Thursday 8 February on the topic of ‘Video in...

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British Council Armenia from 10 to 12 November, 2017 held its 5th “Teacher Development with British Council” event by hosting Jeremy...

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With a focus on teacher-research to address difficult teaching situations, a TESOL Electronic Village Online (EVO) on 'Classroom-based...

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