GEN TEFL Activities

18 -19 May 2019

Photos from the 3rd GEN TEFL International Conference, Novotel Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Malaysia, 11-13 May 2018. Photo Credits: ABM-JCI

We would like to thank all the speakers and participants of the 3rd ELT Congress 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand

ELT Workshops and Seminars

Workshops and seminars launch or expand new scholarly and research endeavours for teachers, while public conferences, symposia, and lectures provide opportunities to challenge assumptions, study timely issues of public policy, and explore emerging ideas with audiences near and far.


Welcome to GEN TEFL

A non-profit network for educators in the Field of English Language Teaching in Thailand.

Native and Non-native English language teachers, English tutors, administrators, researchers, authors and students (as observers) are welcome to join

Photos from the 3rd ELT Congress in Bangkok, Thailand on July 28, 2018.  Photo Credits: UMC/KBG

Teaching Jobs in Thailand

4th GEN TEFL International Conference

Be a Member



​            Assoc. Prof. Dr. Fan (Gabriel) Fang
            College of Liberal Arts, Shantou University, China
            Centre for Global Englishes, University of Southampton, UK

            Erina Hunt
            University of Otago Language Centre & Foundation Year, NZ

Featured Speakers:

            Dr. Janet Arcana - University of Southern Philippines Foundation, PH                        Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jovie Perez -  Walailak University Language Institute, TH



We welcome proposals on all aspects of TEFL, with special emphasis on the new technological solution to face TEFL. With your participation in this conference, we will not only present a range of studies exploring English language teaching approaches, methodologies, technologies and common practices but work together and develop sustainable professional networks focused on the long term advancement of ELT related research and knowledge. 

Modes of Presentation: 
1) Paper Presentation (research, theory, concept,& practice based papers) - 20 minutes 
2) Workshop/ Demonstration (interactive sessions) – 30 minutes 
3) Poster Session – 1 hour 
4) Virtual Presentation – 20 minutes

Abstract submission 
• Abstracts should be no longer than 200 words. Please clearly summarise important findings of the paper, and include objectives, methods and major results. 
• Submit also a bio-statement of about 100 words. Include full name and affiliation. 
• Each participant is allowed to present one (1) paper only. 
• All proposals shall undergo double-blind review.
• Authors will be informed by email if their abstracts have been selected for presentation and will be posted on our website.
• All accepted abstracts will be considered for the GEN TEFL Journal Vol. 3 No. 1 publication.

• Submit your abstracts to: 

Important Dates 
Deadline for abstract submission: 30 December 2018
Early bird Registration: until 30 January  2019
Regular Registration:  1 February 2019 – 30 April 2019
Conference Date: 18  May 2019 
Excursion Trip: 19 May 2019 (Check Tour Packages) 
Full Paper Submission deadline: 15 June 2019


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