The I teach Kids & Teens Conference – empowering teachers to empower students, welcomes proposals for lectures and workshops that address issues related to the teaching of English to young learners and teens.
The aim of this conference is to bring together ELT academics, researchers, materials developers, and teacher trainers to exchange research findings, ideas, and experiences, on teaching, learning, and assessment. This may be your opportunity to share your knowledge and expertise with hundreds of people in the ELT management field.
It is the responsibility of the Selecting Committee to evaluate all proposals and select a high quality variety of lectures that will meet the needs of a diverse audience.
The Selecting Committee will review all abstracts and will select those which…
a. have a direct relationship to the conference and are relevant to the audience.
b. have a clear and precise organization
c. guarantee the Committee that the speaker knows the subject
d. guarantee the Committee that the presenter has extensive experience and success in conducting teacher-training seminars.
e. are complete, edited, and free of typographical mistakes.
f. are not used to promote or sell the products or services of the speaker or others.
The standard length for the presentations will be of 90 minutes. While the assumption is that the presentation will be largely speaker-centered, presenters are none-the-less encouraged to include and involve their audience, presenting in such a way as to stimulate the interest of the audience. For this reason we strongly discourage the reading aloud of written papers.
The I teach Kids & Teens will be held on October 6 & 7, 2012, in Mendoza, Argentina. Please use the registration form at this link
To submit a proposal, please use this submission form. The deadline for abstracts is June 29, 2012.
Phone/Fax: (5411) 4797 5974