An innovative team who developed an award-winning blended learning project have been congratulated by Cambridge ESOL at the 2012 ELTons ceremony.
Christine Nuttall (pictured), Cambridge ESOL’s Director of Communications and Stakeholder Relations, presented the award for Excellence in Course Innovation to Bell for its Blended Learning for ELT course. Collecting the award was Nik Peachey a learning technology consultant who works at Bell as an Associate Teacher Trainer.
“It’s really important to recognise innovative and creative approaches to teaching English and I’m delighted to present this award to Bell,” said Cambridge ESOL’s Christine Nuttall. “Blended learning gives the best of both worlds and Bell’s Blended Learning for ELT is a great example of how this flexible approach to language learning can be really successful.”
The award recognises an innovative approach to developing teachers’ knowledge and abilities to understand and develop their own blended learning courses for students.
The ELTons, sponsored by Cambridge ESOL, are the only international awards that recognise and celebrate innovation in English language teaching (ELT). They reward educational resources that help English language learners and teachers to achieve their goals.