The main theme of the conference will be 'Innovation in English Language Teacher Education' and the conference will be structured around following three sub themes -
Innovations in Continuing Professional Development for English language teacher educators and teachers
- Technology and CPD
- Social Media and Networking for CPD
- Online and face to face mentoring
- Teacher motivation through technology
Learning from Experience
- Reflection as a tool for growth
- Classroom based research
- Alternative practices in assessment and evaluation
- Feedback as a teaching – learning tool
Technological resources for language education
- m-learning in teacher education
- online teacher education
- interface of technological and traditional resources
- digital course design and delivery
- technology for inclusive and special education
- Technology enabled in-service teacher training (INSETT)
Registrations now open! Pay using a credit/debit card, bank transfer or demand draft
Registration fee for speakers
Speakers from SAARC countries - Online registration fee INR 2500
Speakers from Non SAARC countries - Online registarion fee GBP 150
NOTE: All speakers must pay the fee by 21 December 2013 to secure a place in the conference programme.
Registration fee for delegates
Delegates from SAARC Countries
Online registration fee INR 2500
Onsite registration fee INR 3000
Delegates from Non SAARC Countries
Online registration fee GBP 150
Onsite registration fee GBP 200
Online registrations will close on 10 February 2014
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Simon Borg is Professor of TESOL at the School of Education, University of Leeds. He has been involved in TESOL for 25 years, working as a teacher, teacher educator, lecturer, supervisor, examiner, consultant and researcher in several language teaching contexts around the world. His key areas of research and professional activity in applied linguistics and TESOL are teacher cognition, teacher education, professional development, teacher research, and research methods training. He has published widely on these topics and is also regularly invited to contribute to international conferences and workshops relevant to these themes. Read More
Atanu Bhattacharya currently teaches at Centre for English Studies, Central University of Gujarat, Gandhinagar, Gujarat. He studied at Jawaharlal Nehru University and the University of Warwick. His research interests are technology, English language and culture studies and their interactions with pedagogy. He is also an amateur drama enthusiast.
Graham Hall is editor of ELT Journal. He is a Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics at Northumbria University, UK.
Graham Stanley currently works in Uruguay and is the British Council's project manager for Plan Ceibal, a project to teach Uruguayan state school primary children English via video-conferencing. He has an M.Ed. in ELT & Educational Technology (Manchester), is online events organiser for IATEFL Young Learner & Teenagers SIG and is the author of the handbook for teachers, Language Learning with Technology (CUP, 2013).
Steve Mann (Associate Professor) joined the Centre for Applied Linguistics at University of Warwick in September 2007. He is Director of MA ELT programmes. He previously lectured at both Aston University and University of Birmingham. He has experience in Hong Kong, Japan and Europe in both English language teaching and teacher development. His most recent book 'The Coursebook and Beyond' (2011) is a handbook for novice teachers guiding them in selecting, adapting and supplementing coursebooks. Steve supervisors a research group of PhD students who are investigating teacher's education and development. The group’s work considers aspects of teacher development, teacher beliefs and the development of knowledge, the first year of teaching, mentoring, blended learning, and the use of technology in teacher development.
Julian Edge has been involved in TESOL and teacher education 1969. After initially living and working in Germany, Egypt, Singapore and Turkey, he has held a number of university posts in Britain, from which he has travelled and taught widely. His research and publication interests have been increasingly committed to issues of continuing personal and professional development, along with a growing engagement with the sociopolitical implications of the spread of English. Julian has retrained as a counsellor/therapist.
Tom Power is a senior lecturer and programme director for English in Action at the Open University, UK.
More to be announced soon.
The Teacher Educator Conference 2014 to be held at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC) offers you an opportunity to build your profile with leaders and ELT experts from the Indian and international education sectors. Engage, debate and discuss technology and innovations in English Language teaching and learning.
If you are interested in exhibition, sponsorship or advertising opportunities, or would like to discuss a tailored package, please contact:
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The window for submitting papers for the International Teacher Educator Conference has now closed. We are reviewing the submissions and will publish details of the selected papers in due course.