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Follow our IATEFL Online Registered Bloggers

Once again this year, the British Council has invited a team of IATEFL Online Registered Bloggers to report on their impressions of this year's Annual IATEFL Conference. There are more than forty bloggers from all over the world including Saudi Arabia, Greece, Argentina, Russia and India.

These ELT bloggers will be joining the conference and writing about the sessions and interviews they attend in person or ‘virtually’. Follow our bloggers to find out more about interesting sessions and topical themes being discussed at IATEFL this year.

Find out more about who is blogging and find links to all their blogs on our IATEFL Online Registered Bloggers web page.

 

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Hi Gabriela,

Thanks for tuning in to IATEFL Online. Last year's bloggers can be found on this page. Follow our Glasgow Online Registered Bloggers for 2017 on this page.

Hello, I am Manjusha from India,watching online means a fabulous opportunity for my CPD,thanks for making me a part of it.I am curious to know more about curriculum designing ,teacher research,assessment techniques,

Hi Manjusha,

Glad you're enjoying the IATEFL Online coverage. You can also find lots of articles and publications about CPD, teacher research and assessment on www.teachingenglish.org.uk

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