Join Foreign language teaching conference
Welcome to the foreign language teaching Conference . We invite you to join us on August 26-28, 2022 in Cambridge, UK. Currently accepting submissions for paper publications and both oral and poster presentations, we are excited to continue to grow our international network scientists, researchers, educators, and other stakeholders in the field of education.
With the agenda covering such topics as teaching methods, educational foundations, public education policies, learning psychology, and numerous others, every attendee can create a customized experience and take away a treasure trove of knowledge. We invite you to inspire and get inspired. We invite you to network and share your experience. We invite you to be a part of a community that’s shaping the future of foreign language teaching conference .
See you in Cambridge!
Foreign language teaching conference Theme and Topics
The conference is seeking submissions related to the following conference topics: Education Theory and Practice, Language Education (ELT/ FLT), Education Policy and Administration, Teaching, Child and Family Education, e-Learning and Learning. Other related topics will also be considered.
Submitted abstracts will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee. If abstract is accepted, author agrees to send full-text paper, including results, tables, figures and references. All submissions should report original and previously unpublished research results no matter the type of research paper you are presenting. Full-text papers (.docx and .doc) will be accepted by Electronic Submission Form. Manuscripts should meet the format set by the Conference committee and are subject to review.
Join in Roundtable Discussion
FLT conference 2022 will feature various formats of learning and information sharing, including Roundtables. With limited seating, a Roundtable will give the participants an opportunity to take a deeper dive into specific topics. This is a highly interactive session and each participant is expected to contribute, be it in the form of posing relevant questions, identifying challenges, sharing research findings, or brainstorming solutions.