9th ELT Malta Conference — Teacher Driven Professional Development
The 9th ELT Malta Conference will be held on 9-10 October 2020.
Speaker proposals for talks and workshops can be submitted until 30 April 2020 by completing the form below.
Speaker proposal guidelines
We would appreciate it if you could take a moment to read through these submission of proposals guidelines to help you and the delegates get the most out of the conference.
The deadline for proposals is 30 April 2020. Notification of acceptance of proposals will take place on 15 May 2020. Once you have been accepted to speak, you will receive a provisional acceptance email.
Proposals should be chosen in line with the following presentation categories:
• Workshop (60 minutes, including questions): A workshop is a session in which there is active audience participation via a number of tasks provided by the presenter.
• Talk (30 minutes, including questions): A talk tells the delegates something about English Language Teaching.
The conference will contain a strand organised in collaboration with the IATEFL Teacher Development SIG. If you think your proposal is suitable for this strand, please tick the relevant option below.
What is TDSIG?
IATEFL Teacher Development Special Interest Group provides a forum for us all over the world to develop our potential as teachers, to cultivate our abilities to navigate the challenges and successes of being a teacher, and to invigorate satisfaction in our ongoing work. We focus on bottom-up, sustainable development strategies so we ourselves have control over what’s most meaningful for us.
Would my session fit the TDSIG strand?
TDSIG wants to highlight sessions with teacher development strategies that you’ve undertaken, implemented, and/or created yourself, where you learned a considerable amount by doing, and from which have gained meaningful perspective on your teaching. To be considered for inclusion in the TDSIG strand of this conference, your session will clearly and primarily focus on the conference theme: teacher-driven professional development. These may be sessions about podcasting, action research, dialogic approaches to teaching, reflection, or any type of meaningful teacher development programme that you yourself have chosen to do.
Name and surname
Session title (10 words max)
Session proposal (100 words max)
Speaker bio (50 words max)
Are you speaking on behalf of a publisher or institution?
If you would like your session to form part of the TDSIG strand, please tick this option.
For which kind of audience is your session most suitable?
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