20 Apr 2016

IH London attends IATEFL 2016

IH London attended the 50th annual IATEFL conference that took place in Birmingham on 13-16 April, 2016. With over 4,000 members, IATEFL is one of the most thriving communities of ELT teachers in the world. The IATEFL mission is to link, develop and support English Language Teaching professionals worldwide. 

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Six of our teachers, teacher trainers and academic managers spoke at the conference this year, which included: 

Danny Norrington-Davies
Workshop: From rules to reasons and other little tweaks 

Varinder Unlu
The Teacher Trainer journal 30th birthday panel with Tessa Woodward 

Richard Chinn and Marie Willoughby
How do you train teachers to approach listening skills in class? 

Simon Dunton
How queer - dealing with LGBT moments in the classroom 

Joanna Stansfield
Less is (not always) more: a defence of TP points 

Jenni Cannings
Workshop: Intonation.  

We also had six scholarship winners this year who spoke at the conference, including: 

Monique Simpson (USA)
Mercedes Foligna (Argentina)
Susanne Sullivan (New Zealand)
Maria Barberi (Greece)
Ayukabore Agbormbuoh (Cameroon)
Mehriniso Rakhmatova (Uzbekistan)

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