With Macmillan Education


We’re proud to sponsor the 53rd Annual IATEFL Conference this year in Liverpool between Tuesday 2nd April and Friday 5th April.

As one of the biggest ELT events of the year, IATEFL gives you the opportunity to connect with other ELT professionals from more than 100 countries, through a programme of over 500 sessions including symposiums, talks and workshops.

This year we have eightacademic sessions lined up covering an exciting range of teaching topics including promoting high-quality thinking in the early years, using flipped classroom videos, the use of dictionaries vs. search engines, gamification and more.

You can pop by stand no. 23 at any time to say hello, take part in the prize draw or activities, meet some of our authors and chat to the experts.  

We hope you can join us at IATEFL 2019!

Our talks and activities

Make the most of IATEFL by joining our authors and ELT experts over the four days – and if you miss out on a talk you can always catch up later by going to our YouTube channel where we’ll be posting the talks after the event.

Check out the Macmillan Education at IATEFL 2019 programme .

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Tuesday 2nd April, 2019


Dave Spencer

Using flipped classroom videos

in ELT: Some considerations and


Where: Hall 1a

When: 11.55 - 12.25

Katie Harris

Guilt-free teaching: When less

planning leads to more learning

Where: Room 3a

When: 15.55 - 16.25

Join us on the stand to hear Dave Spencer’s

Competition announcement, at lunchtime

Where: Macmillan Education Stand 23

When: 13.10-14.10


Wednesday 3rd April, 2019


Carol Read

Promoting high-quality thinking in

the early years

Where: Hall 1a

When: 11.05 - 11.35

Pop-up Presentation: Alex Tamulis

Critical makers: Advancing learning

through inquiry and experimentation

Where: ACC Exhibition Hall

When: 15.40 - 15.55

Join us for Cupcakes with Carol,

during the afternoon break

Where: Macmillan Education Stand 23

When: 15.30 – 16.00

Malcolm Mann &

Steve Taylore-Knowles

Developing students’ word formation

skills beyond exam tasks

Where: Hall 1b

When: When: 16.45 - 17.15

Thursday 4th April, 2019

Zainab Khalid, Scholarship Winner

Multisensory approach, a way to

facilitate SLA in struggling learners

Where: Hotel Suite 1

When: 11.05 - 11.35

Hilary Nesi

Why use dictionaries when you can

use a search engine?

Where: Hall 1c

When: 15.20 - 15.50

Ask the Experts time with Malcolm Mann

and Steve Taylore-Knowles, at lunchtime

Where: Macmillan Education Stand 23

When: 13.20 – 14.20

Friday 5th April, 2019

Alex Tamulis

Make a game out of fluency!

Gamification for automaticity

Where: Hall 1a

When: 10.20 - 10.50

We’re looking forward to seeing you throughout the week.

Check out our video below for highlights from IATEFL 2018 .