Tuesday 19 April
Time Venue Title Presenter(s)
9:00 Auditorium 2 Plenary by Catherine Walter Catherine Walter
Monday 18 April
Time Venue Title Presenter(s)
17:50 Regancy English and sport - Two global languages mhouten
16:50 Gresham Do smartphones mean smart learners? Mobile & English language learning Neil Ballantyne
15:50 Room 15 Full-Body Spelling Workout Johanna Stirling
13:50 Room Paganini e-English for Teachers... A Case Study from Latin America Graeme Hodgson
11:50 Room 9 Teaching English to Cuban health technology learners: challenges and dilemmas Eduardo Garbey Savigne
11:50 Auditorium 2 Cambridge University Press signature event N/A
10:20 Room 3 'T was brillig... Interpreting poetry through film and drama Eleanor Watts
9:00 Unknown Plenary by Tom Farrell Thomas Farrell
Sunday 17 April
Time Venue Title Presenter(s)
19:30 Paganini Pecha Kucha Evening Iatefl Online
18:00 Room 14 Ideas for tomorrow's classroom Andreja Lakner
17:00 Gresham Autonomy in language education - the struggle against ideology and misrepresentation Alex Ding, Barbara Sinclair
17:00 Syndicate 2 Communicating Internationally in English Steve Flinders, Ian McMaster
16:10 Room 6 The many roles we perform as business English trainers Mercedes Viola
14:40 Auditorium 2 ELT Journal Debate 'Tweeting is for the birds, not for language learning' Keith Morrow
14:40 Regency Storytelling revisited: making sense of our professional practice Briony Beaven
13:40 Syndicate 4 Handheld Learning Michael Carrier
13:40 Room 15 Assessing English for Accounting Evan Frendo
11:30 Syndicate 1 Doing business with a spoken corpus - grammar in action Rachel Clark
11:30 Regency Time out for INSET! Silvana RIchardson
9:00 Auditorium 2 Plenary by Sue Palmer Sue Palmer
Saturday 16 April
Time Venue Title Presenter(s)
17:40 Syndicate 1 British Council Signature Event mike solly
16:50 Auditorium 2 Speaking of adult language learners: voices from around the world Ann F.V. Smith
16:10 Gresham Performance management and appraisal for teachers Stephen Heap
16:10 Room 9 Transition from primary to secondary level – students’ attitudes towards ELT Samuel Lefever
14:50 Syndicate 1 Exploring the potential of action research in a national project Katherine Brandon, Anne Burns
14:50 Room 14 Attribution theory: comparing two cultural contexts Ana Sofia Gonzalez
14:00 Syndicate 4 Early days: the experience of newly-qualified teachers Richard Kiely
12:20 Syndicate 2 Reassessing the principles of teaching reading Philida Schellekens
12:20 Gresham Developing teachers – at distance Jenny Johnson
10:40 Paganini Which words are worth the worry? Schmitt Norbert, Diane Schmitt
10:40 Syndicate 1 Investigating Large Classes: Are We Making Progress? (Panel Discussion) Richard Smith, Mehvish Saleem, Mais Ajjan
9:20 Auditorium 2 Plenary by Peter Grundy Peter Grundy