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The ELTons 2013 ceremony will be held at BMA House, Tavistock Square, London on 22 May. Celebrating its eleventh year, the awards, run by the British Council and sponsored by Cambridge ESOL, are a celebration of innovation and excellence in English language teaching (ELT) from around the world. ELT professionals will recieve awards in five categories this year: Excellence in Course Innovation, Innovation in Learner Resources, Innovation in Teacher Resources, Digital Innovation, and Local Innovation. We will also be announcing the winners of the The Macmillan Education Award for Innovative Writing and The Lifetime Achievement Award, which awards an ELT professional who has made a substantial contribution to the ELT profession throughout their career. You can see red carpet interviews from 18.15-18.45 and the ceremony from 19.00-20.00 on our live stream at the above link.
The 47th IATEFL Conference took place in Liverpool, UK between 8th and 12th April 2013. If you couldn't attend the Liverpool IATEFL Conference, you can watch 50 talks and over 60 interviews recorded at the event on the British Council Liverpool Online website: Liverpool Online website
A major exhibition examining the importance of the English language in today’s world. Discover what the English language means to individuals from across the globe, how English has been shaped by other cultures and languages, and why it should be considered an asset to the UK economy. 23 March – 14 June 2013 at our Central London gallery. #EnglishEffect
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