Join us in Rome for the 1st International House Italy Conference

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International House World Organisation is one of the largest and oldest groups of language schools in the world. Founded in 1953, is now a global network of 160 language schools in more than 50 countries. Schools in the network teach English, Spanish, German, French and a wide variety of other languages. Across the network, IH schools train about half of all CELTA graduates in the world. We have well over 200,000 students, and our schools employ in excess of 5,800 teachers. You can trust the global network of International House schools to provide the expertise and support you need to succeed in a positive and enjoyable environment. Our schools are independently owned and managed and they are all committed to the very highest standards in language education and teacher training. IH Italy schools actively support and promote IHWO high values and standards in language teaching and teacher training in Italy, and are pleased to invite you to the 1st International House Italy Educational Conference.


In a world where differentiating should be the norm in education, we are still lagging behind.
This conference is a step in the direction of change and in the promotion of all individuals.


Topics will include:

  • Bridging the gap between students, teachers and parents
  • Saving the world with ELT
  • Using visual arts to inspire the EFL classroom
  • Promoting critical thinking
  • Fostering a safe and inclusive environment


Plenary speakers

  • JJ Wilson – Pearson Education
  • Antonia Clare – Pearson Education
  • Patrick Jackson – OUP
  • Mark Almond – University of Canterbury
  • Norman Cain – IH Accademia Britannica - Roma


Conference fees

Friday 16th - €20,00

Saturday 17th - €40,00

Both days - €50,00

For online Registration and Conference info click here




International House - Accademia Britannica

Viale Manzoni 22 – 00185 Roma

Tel.: 06 70476894 / 802

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