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DATE AND TIME
Tue, 28 Sep. 2021, 00:00
Thu, 30 Sep. 2021, 23:59
About this event
British Council Indonesia and Department for International Trade (DIT) Jakarta are organising a launch of UK-ID Digital Innovation Grants, followed by a series of ELT expert sharing sessions and panel discussions to support English teacher professional development and English language teaching and learning (ELT) in Indonesia.
This three-day event aims to facilitate sharing of expertise and experience between the UK and Indonesian education institutions, government agencies and ELT companies. It is focused on innovation, best practices and enhancing the quality of English language teacher training, teaching and learning. It also seeks to promote UK ELT expertise to a wider Indonesian audience.
The organisers are calling for expressions of interest from UK institutions to attend and actively participate in this virtual mission; sharing their expertise in remote teacher training, capacity building and direct English language teaching.
Who this event is suitable for
They are specifically looking to showcase UK expertise in the following areas:
- Online Professional Development for English teachers aimed at pre-service and in-service school teaches
- Teacher Professional Development (TPD) for school teachers in rural and remote areas – i.e., areas requiring low tech TPD innovations
- Teacher Professional Development and capacity building for English teachers and EMI lectures working in Higher Educations Institutions
In addition to teacher training, they are looking for UK expertise in remote English language teaching of general English, English for specific purposes (ESP) and English for academic purposes (EAP) to individuals, groups and companies.
Please click here to submit an Expression of Interest by Monday 13 September 2021, 5pm UK time
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Who will be the main participants in this three-day virtual UK-ID ELT event?
Teachers, educators, school leaders, lecturers, ELT practitioners, and government agencies across Indonesia, as well as UK institutions who are keen to know more about English language teaching and learning in Indonesia.
What is the expectation for UK ELT providers?
Invited UK ELT providers will briefly share a case study, experience, and research according to the theme in each session.
DIT and British Council will select the UK ELT providers based on the Expression of Interest form, which should be submitted on the link here by Monday 13 September by 5pm UK time.
What happens after you submit the Expression of Interest?
DIT and British Council will announce the outcome by 15 September. If you are not selected as a speaker, they encourage UK ELT providers to participate to gain new insights into the ELT landscape in Indonesia, with a view of developing joint proposals with Indonesian institutions for the British Council UK-ID Digital Innovation Grants and initiating new connections.