The IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG is excited to announce its strand at the International House Barcelona ELT Conference to be held between 9-10 February 2018. Our expert line up includes Gavin Dudeney, Sophia Mavridi, Shaun Wilden, Barbara Gardner and Valentina Dodge, who are to address key issues in the field of Learning Technologies.
Other guest speakers include Scott Thornbury, Ania Kolbuszewska, Antonia Clare, Chia Seung, Gerard McLoughlin, Jo Gakonga, Andy Hockley, Josh Round, Philip Kerr, Vicky Anderson. For more information, please visit http://www.ihes.com/bcn/tt/conference.html
Special rates for all IATEFL members
The International House Barcelona ELT Conference is aimed at teachers of English to adults, children and business students as well as language teaching managers, directors, and teacher trainers. All fully paid-up IATEFL members will be invited to attend the conference at special discounts and will receive an email with instructions and the promotional code they will need to use.
The Roving Reporter scholarship
We are delighted to offer a grant to an LTSIG member who wishes to be the ‘LTSIG Roving Reporter’ for our strand.
The grant winner will be expected to attend all five sessions of our strand and write articles on them for LTSIG publication. To help capture the feel of the strand, it is expected that five write-ups will be produced within a week of the conference and a short review (or video) of the strand will be produced during the conference.
The Roving Reporter scholarship provides quite a significant professional opportunity for our members; not only because the winner is subsidised for travel, accommodation and registration fees, but because the winner is challenged to contribute to the community at large by producing and creating content for our international teaching communities. Such contributions, by default, result in high visibility online, featured posts on our website, and the forging of new, tangible relationships with inspiring teachers around the world.
Active membership and inspired challenge can surely open doors for those of you who wish to truly avail of significant professional development opportunities with the LTSIG.
The award consists of:
- a total of 300 GBP for travel and accommodation
- waived registration fees for both days
In order to qualify for the award, you:
- must be a fully paid-up member of the IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG
- can’t have won a LTSIG scholarship in 2016 or 2017
In addition, you must:
- produce 5 write-ups of our strand sessions within a week after the conference. The write-ups can be 800-1,500 words
- produce a short review of the strand (OR a good quality video) before the end of the conference
- take an active part during the LTSIG strand by sharing information on social media
The call will close on 10 December 2017 at 8:00 pm GMT. Winners will be notified within a week of the closing date.
You can apply for the Roving Reporter scholarship here.
We look forward to receiving your applications.
On behalf of the LTSIG Committee,
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