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22 Days to go

With so many like-minded delegates at the event it’s sure to be superb for networking and sharing ideas. So, to that end, we thought we’d give you our top tips for making the most of the event in terms of networking through social media, before it happens.  Twitter Keep your eye on the Twitter hashtag […]

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25 days to go

25 days to go, and today’s post is brought to you by a keen YLer and former YLT SIG committee member Charles Goodger. Charles is interested in the use of technology with YL, and has his own website dedicated to the use of songs in the classroom. You can check it out here http://www.funsongs.co.uk Have a listen […]

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26 Days to go

26 days to go, and today’s post is a sneak peek into one of the many things that you’ll be taking away from our PCE. As all seasoned conference goers know, it’s all about the bag. Forget Gucci, Prada, Chanel and Louis Vuitton. Anyone who’s anyone knows that this Spring’s best fashion accessory is the […]

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27 Days to go

With 27 days to go, today’s post is all about the venue for the PCE. As you know, we’ve broken away from the rest of the SIGs and are hosting our event at the University of Aston – a big thanks to the staff at Aston for making the event at the university possible. For […]

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29 Days to go

Twenty-nine days to go . It can’t have escaped your notice that this year’s IATEFL conference is coming up fast, which means it is only 29 days to go until we host the LTSIG Pre-conference event As you know we’re holding this year’s event with the YLT SIG and have planned a day all around […]

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Joint PCE with the YLTSIG

For the 50th IATEFL anniversary the LTSIG and YLTSIG have come together to give you a fantastic joint Pre Conference Event! This year the PCE will be held at the University of Aston with a great line up of presenters, including James Keddie, Dr Nellie Deutsch, Gordon Lewis and Jo Hayes. More practical workshops follow on […]

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