First National Conference on Modern Technology & English Language Teaching

The First National Conference on Modern Technology & English Language Teaching (MTELT) aims to bring Iranian EFL scholars, researchers and teachers together to exchange and share their experiences within COVID-19 pandemic and research findings on technology-assisted language learning and teaching of English in Iran. This virtual event can provide an opportunity for all to network and present their research findings to a national and worldwide EFL/ESL professional community.

ETLTC2021-ACM Chapter International Conference on Educational Technology, Language & Technical Communication

Welcome to the 2021 2nd ETLTC International Conference on Technology and Society (ETLTC2021) to be co-hosted with the 10th ACM Chapter International Conference on Technology Assisted Language Learning (TALL2021) in Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan, from January 27-29, 2021. Indexed proceedings publication with DOI. Best papers published in the SCOPUS-indexed journal. ACM best paper award. 

TESOL Standards for Initial Teacher Certification Programs

Registration Deadline: 3 June 2020

In this information session, TESOL P-12 Teacher Standards for Initial Teacher Certification Programs, participants will learn about the TESOL P-12 Standards for Initial Teacher Preparation Programs. These standards can be used to guide program development and review.

Optional Consulting: Individual one-hour consulting sessions are available. Once purchased can be scheduled at a mutually agreeable time with the TESOL Coordinator.

International Online Conference On The COVID19 Pandemic Scenario: Challenges and Solutions in Language and Teaching and Learning

Dear colleagues,

School of Indian and Foreign Languages of Garden City University is holding an online conference on the 29-30 of May. 

The poster can be downloaded from the link below for your reference.

Pls feel free to circulate it around. 

A Webinar on "From EFL to ELF: Implications for Language Teachers"

As Seidlhofer and Widdowson (2018) point out, ‘the global learning of English needs to be based on its global use’ and that this means that English as a lingua franca (ELF) ‘corresponds more closely for what is real for learners, and is a more realistic objective for them to achieve’. In this presentation I shall first show how the roles of English have been expanding in many so-called Expanding Circle countries with a focus on the countries of East and Southeast Asia and will illustrate how English has become the major lingua franca of the region.