14–15 September – AINET International Teacher Research Conference, Nagpur, India

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AINET-logoThe first ever Teacher-research Conference in India is being organised by the All-India Network of English Teachers in collaboration with G. S. College of Commerce & Economics, Nagpur. Teacher-researchers from schools, colleges and other institutions are invited to share their studies and participate in an international exchange of ideas, experiences and developments in teacher-research in ELT.

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Further details of the conference are here

Call for presentation proposals

We welcome presentations (max. 15 minutes) of teacher research studies in forms of papers, posters (with oral explanations), personal narratives or video/ slide shows.

Go to conf.theainet.net to submit the presentation proposal.

Proposal submission deadline – 15 August 2017.

Decision on proposals by 22 August 2017.

Deadline for presenters to register – 25 August 2017.

Key Speakers/Presenters

Dr. Richard Smith, Warwick University, UK

Prof. Rama Mathew, (formerly) Delhi University

Ms. Amy Lightfoot, British Council, India

Dr. Bradley Horn, RELO, American Embassy

Shri Sanjay Bhargava, Chairman, Shiksha Mandal, Wardha

Ms. Jemima Hughes, British Council, India

Dr. Padmini Boruah, Guwahati University

The conference is supported by British Council India and IATEFL Research SIG.

 

 

Following the conference, there will be a further Festival event – a 4-day workshop Introduction to Exploratory Action Research in ELT at Gauhati University, Assam, India, 18–21 September.