Harry’s Well

We were delighted to be able to contribute to this transformative project started by Dr Harry Kuchah Kuchah. Harry says: Dear Friends, thank you all for supporting my fundraiser so far. I understand that there are more pressing humanitarian needs staring us in the face but just wanted to update that work has started at …

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Globe is now free for all!

We are delighted to announce that Globe – our Communities of Practice and ELT Incubator – is now free for all. Although this online collaborative community is in its infancy, we do have a large number of mentors already initiating their communities of practice (15 in total). We have committed significant research and development funds …

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The New IATEFL Treasurer!

We are delighted that Sarah Mount has just been appointed as the new Treasurer of the IATEFL Literature Special Interest Group (LITSIG). Sarah will both lend her financial expertise and contribute to the growth of the group as a whole on a volunteer basis. Alan Pulverness remains an advisor to the LITSIG committee.


Mental Health Community

In Globe, in recognition of the building pressures on language teachers around the world, we commissioned the Mental Health Professional Learning Community. Run by Phil Longwell, this is an active group that discusses risks, mitigations and strategies for supporting mental health across the profession.

CAMELTA in Cameroon

Teaching and training ELT practitioners in Cameroon, like other low-resource contexts, is primarily characterised by hierarchical structures that quickly breed a fixed cycle of teaching and learning. In this kind of situation, it becomes very challenging to change directions since practitioners are comfortable in the way they already do things. Having experienced this on the …

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Hornby Educational Trust

Hornby Project Scholarship

As part of our response to the covid-19 pandemic, Alan Pulverness and Alan Mackenzie have recently both both held seminars on leadership for African teacher associations as well as guidance on how to win a Hornby Project Scholarship.

Global Projects

Capacity Building and Workforce Inequality

Capacity Building and Workforce Inequality. We are committed to capacity-building within local communities on a global scale and have actively recruited new consultants from under-represented contexts including Angola, Cameroon, Djibouti Ethiopia, Pakistan, Senegal and Yemen.

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