Teachers' Conference

The English UK Teachers' Conference 2016

Saturday 12 November
Prospero House, London

Teachers and their managers are at the heart of the students experience. The annual English UK Teachers' Conference brings together 200+ ELT professionals for thought-provoking sessions, networking and plenty of practical new teaching ideas to take back to the classroom.

This year, headline speakers include research star Laura Patsko and renowned author Ken Wilson. Topics include classroom practice, exams and teaching students with special educational needs (full programme coming out in September).

Join us to network with peers, speakers and industry providers over a registration breakfast, refreshment breaks, buffet lunch and drinks reception for all attendees. Costs are: £82.50 for staff and freelancers of English UK member centres and £132.00 for non-members.

Interested in speaking?

If you are interested in speaking at the conference, please complete a proposal form and return to tom@englishuk.com by 19 August.

Interested in exhibiting?

If you are interested in exhibiting details will be posted soon - please contact training@englishuk.com

 

Review: English UK Teachers' Conference 2015

Saturday 7 November 2015


What do the classic second language acquisition case studies have to help teachers in the classroom? How can teachers get out of their rut and invigorate lessons with something new? How can teachers help students settle, and does early emphasis on tenses hinder those learning English?

All these questions, and many more, were discussed during English UK's annual Teachers'  Conference. A packed day for around 230 teachers and academic directors included 30 separate seminar sessions, two major talks and final presentations from this year's Cambridge English Language Assessment/English UK Action Research Scheme finalists. read more +

Some presenters have kindly made their materials available below:

Elective one

Elective two

Elective three


View the English UK Teachers' Conference 2015 programme.