Is it really almost a week since IATEFL finished? And what a week it’s been. If you missed the conference – or if you’ve been living in a cave all week – here’s our round-up of some of the best IATEFL response pieces.
Did I get as much as I could from the #IATEFL Conference? – teachmeenglish.com
Adam Simpson gives some advice on what to take away from from the conference.
Post-IATEFL reflections: the challenges we take away? – reflectiveteachingreflectivelearning.com
Lizzy Pinard on engaging with and challenging each other post-IATEFL.
Angel or Devil? The strange case of Sugata Mitra – jeremyharmer.wordpress.com
Jeremy Harmer on the problem with Sugata Mitra’s ‘over-superficial’ learning methodology.
IATEFL Harrogate Online: Sugata Mitra (part 2) – blog-efl.blogspot.com.ar
Graham Stanley’s summary and view on Sugata Mitra’s plenary.
A glut of ELT Celebrity Encounters – simpleenglishuk.wordpress.com
An account of Nicola Prentis’ meetings and sightings at IATEFL. Also check out her hilarious post on ELT conference archetypes here.
How Sugata Mitra Annoyed English Teachers (& why I care) – 16kinds.com
Wiktor Kostrzewski reflects on what he thinks the annoyed teachers at IATEFL should do next.
IATEFL 2014 Roundup + Predictions – eltplustech.com
Jo Sayers’ predictions on what lies ahead for ELT in 2014.
‘Oh God!’ – malingual.blogspot.co.uk
Russell Mayne reflects on his first IATEFL talk.
Balony Detection and the Grandmas of SOLE – thesecretdos.wordpress.com
The Secret DOS on Sugata Mitra, Russell Mayne’s baloney detection tool and Geordies.
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