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English UK ELT Conference 2024 

Held on Friday 1 & Saturday 2 March 2024 - London

The English UK ELT Conference is our largest annual gathering of ELT academic staff. Friday's event focused on academic management. Saturday's event focused on ELT teaching. 

Our ELT Conference 2025 will be held in London on Friday 28 February and Saturday 1 March. More information will be available soon.

Management day sessions - Friday 1 March 2024
  • Keynote speaker: Michael Rosen, author and poet
  • Inclusion 2024. How far have we come? - Varinder Unlu
  • Personalised development pathways for new teachers - Will Humphreys
  • Visible learning frameworks that don't sacrifice individuality - David Byrne
  • Neurochemistry: our secret weapon against workplace stress - Hannah Youell
  • Accreditation UK updates - Liz McLaren 
  • Challenges in team management - Duncan Foord
  • Beyond Pinkwashing: LGBTQIA+ representation in ELT - Steve Tulk, Jo Krousso and Pam Phillips
  • Self-service culture: tools and resources to empower your team - Faeza Afzal
  • RefuAid: The journey of integration - Ilaria Tarulli 

Teaching day sessions - Saturday 2 March 2024
  • Keynote speaker: Susie Dent, writer and broadcaster
  • Using roleplay in teaching and assessing English for Special Purposes - Joanne Bass and Nadia Falou
  • The future of English: global perspectives - Mike Solly & Steve Copeland
  • Who leads the classroom of the future? Humans or AI? - Alex Asher
  • The what, how and when of dealing with emergent language - Leandra Meddings
  • Integrating sustainable development goals - Jo Krousso
  • How to help learners be the best citizens they can in English and other languages - Johanna Stirling
  • Teaching mediation skills for great outcomes - Andrew Walkley, National Geographic
  • Materials development and AI - Neil Harris
  • How language frameworks foster better learning outcomes - David Booth, Pearson English
  • Real learning through educational workshops - Chris Etchells
  • Dyslexia in young adults (18+) – symptoms and teaching tips - Agnieszka Dzięcioł-Pędich, University of Białystok

Hilton London Canary Wharf
South Quay Square, Marsh Wall
London E14 9SH
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