We are very pleased to announce that the following have agreed to support the Festival:
IATEFL Research SIG
IATEFL Teacher Development SIG,
All-India Network of English Teachers (AINET)
Federación Argentina de Asociaciones de Profesores de Inglés (FAAPI)
TESOL International Association
British Council EnglishAgenda/TeachingEnglish
Professor David Nunan has agreed to be Honorary President of the Festival, and its Steering Committee is chaired by Dr Richard Smith, University of Warwick.
The Festival kicks off on 6 April with a Symposium on ‘Teacher-research for difficult circumstances’ at the IATEFL Conference in Glasgow, about various teacher-research mentoring projects, in Nepal, India, Cameroon, Chile and the Jan.–Feb. worldwide Electronic Village Online (EVO) initiative.