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

AINET-logoThe first ELT teacher-research Conference in India was organised by the All-India Network of English Teachers (AINET) in collaboration with G.S. College of Commerce & Economics, Nagpur, and with the support of the British Council, Regional English Language Office, US Embassy, and IATEFL Research SIG. Teachers in schools, colleges and other institutions shared their studies and participated in an international exchange of ideas, experiences and developments in teacher-research in ELT.

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Key Speakers/Workshop facilitators

Dr. Richard Smith, University of Warwick, UK

Prof. Rama Mathew, (formerly) Delhi University

Ms. Amy Lightfoot, British Council, India

Ms Cristin Bleess, Engish Language Fellow, ELTIS, Pune

Ms Clover Bolton, English Language Fellow, Jamia Millia Islamia

Ms. Jemima Hughes, British Council, India

Dr. Padmini Boruah, Guwahati University

2017-18 participants in the British Council Aptis Action Research Mentoring Scheme (AARMS)

Further details of the conference are here

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