Visit Trinity at the 54th IATEFL International Conference and Exhibition

14 Jun 2021

Trinity College London is attending the 54th IATEFL International Conference and Exhibition 19–21 June 2021 which will be held online this year.

The IATEFL International Annual Conference and Exhibition is one of the main events in the English Language Teaching calendar. Attended by around 3,000 ELT professionals from more than 100 countries, the conference hosts a 3-day programme of presentations, workshops and discussion forums along with an accompanying industry trade exhibition and social programme.

Trinity is hosting a virtual exhibition booth and delegates are invited to visit us to enquire about our range of English language and English language teaching qualifications, including:

Trinity academics and associates presenting at the Conference are listed below:



Saturday 19 June 12:35–13:05

Psychology of assessment: Informing practice through insights into positive psychology

Alex Thorp - Lead Academic Manager, Language, Europe
Professor Alicja Gałazka - Trinity, Poland

Saturday 19 June

Peer Assessment Activities

Corina Burduhos - Trinity IATEFL Scholarship Winner

Sunday 20 June

Assessment: role and potential in content language integrated learning

Manuela Kelly Calzini - Academic Coordinator, Trinity, Italy

Sunday 20 June

Empowering language teachers through reconstructing the idea of multilingualism

Hoe Kyeung Kim - Trinity IATEFL Scholarship Winner

Monday 21 June

The future is plurilingual. Let’s make teaching qualifications plurilingual too

Ben Beaumont - Head of Teacher Education, Trinity

Monday 21 June
15:15 – 15:45

Integrating translanguaging practices on teacher training courses

Martin Oetegenn - Trinity College London

Further information about each of the above workshops, talks, IATEFL and the 54th Conference and Exhibition can be found at:

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