TDSIG MEMBERS: Win a free standard entrance to the Innovate ELT Conference on May 17th and 18th 2019 in Barcelona! This exciting conference marks five years of new ideas, collaborations, and connections between teachers, students, publishers, writers and other English Language Teaching professionals.
The theme in 2019 is ‘Back to the Future’. To kick off, attendees will be reflecting on how the ELT industry has developed over the last five years. We will talk about the lessons we have learned, the myths we’ve debunked and how our work has been impacted in the process.
Then, we will cast our eyes five years ahead and think about what’s in store for English Language Teaching, what skills will thrive, and how our community can pull together to shape an industry we all want to continue working in. One activity will be to create a time capsule.
For your chance to join one of the most exciting ELT conferences around, all you need to do is:
- Step 1: Be a TDSIG member (learn how here)
- Step 2: Join the Innovate ELT Conference newsletter here (scroll down to ‘Sign up for updates’)
- Step 3: Share what you would choose to place in the time capsule by tweeting or commenting on this post an answer to this question: What would you add to an ELT time capsule that represents us now? Use the form: At InnovateELT 2019, I’m adding xxxxxx to the time capsule’ (if on Twitter, please tag @InnovateELT and @TDSIG by Thursday, February 28 at 12PM (Barcelona))
- Step 4: Check the TDSIG and InnovateELT Twitter account and Facebook pages on Friday March 1 at 12PM (Barcelona) to find out if you have won.
The winner will be our favourite idea and will be selected by TDSIG & InnovateELT judges. As winner, you will win access to the conference and will write a reflective blog post posted on the TDSIG website.
At InnovateELT 2019, I’m adding organisational skills to the time capsule! Hugely demanded in 5 years time 🙂
I’m sorry but I don’t use twitter 🙁
Thanks, Mariola. You’ve been entered. 🙂
I’m adding Kumaravadivelu , B. 2001. Toward a Postmethod Pedagogy TESOL Quarterly, 35-4. pp537-560 to the time capsule. These thoughts are still inspirational and remind us to abandon the search for that elusive perfect ‘method’. This has paved the way for a context approach which will continue to mean our networked context in an increasingly global community.