We are pleased to present two sessions at the environment-focused English UK ELT Conference on Thursday 22 April – join us on the free teachers’ day for practical tips, discussion, Q&As and to support our green ELT movement.
> Register for the free ELT Conference teachers’ day (via English UK)
In the morning, join ELTSustainable’s Owain Llewellyn and colleagues, who will share practical tips on including sustainability in everyday teaching. In the afternoon we’ll take a wider look at why and how we can create a greener ELT sector with ELT Footprint UK founder Chris Etchells. View our events page for more details.
Everyone is welcome! So please invite your colleagues and join the conversation on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
We look forward to you joining us again soon!
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