ELTon Award facts for kids

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The ELTon Award is given by the British Council for English language teaching innovation.

2003 winners

  • Tim Kelly and Hilary Nesi — University of Warwick
  • Fiona Joseph and Peter Travis — Flo-Joe

2004 winners

  • Richard Cauldwell — speechinaction (CD-ROM)
  • Macmillan Education Dictionaries Team — Macmillan Education, range of products (book, CD-ROM and online editions)
  • Scott Thornbury, Oxford University PressNatural Grammar

2005 winners

  • Vanessa Reilly, Oxford University Press — Three in a tree (book and multimedia package)
  • Simon Mellor-Clark and Yvonne Baker de Altamirano, Macmillan Education — Campaign 1 coursebooks
  • Sophie Ioannou-Georgiou and Pavlos Pavlou, Oxford University Press — Assessing Young Learners

2006 winners

  • Corony Edwards and Jane Willis, University of Birmingham and Aston University — Teachers Exploring Tasks
  • Carol Read, Ana Soberon, Maria Toth and Elisenda Papiol, Macmillan Education — Bugs (multimedia course)
  • Stuart Rubenstein, Greta Grinfeld, Sally McCrae, Emma Fisher, Camden College of English— "English Language Cultural Experience"

2007 winners

  • Alison Sharpe, Professor Ronald Carter and Professor Michael McCarthy, Cambridge University Press — The Cambridge Grammar of English (CD-ROM and book)
  • David Warr, Language Garden — Language Gardening (CD-ROM)
  • Nicky Hockly and Gavin Dudeney, The Consultants-E, ICT in the Classroom (online course)

2010 winners

  • Russell Stanard — www.teachertrainingvideos.com
  • Mary Slattery, Catherine Kneafsey, Lucy Allen, Julia Bell — Teaching with Bear: Using puppets in the language classroom with young learners, Oxford University Press
  • Scott Thornbury, Luke Meddings, Lindsay Clandfield, Mike Burghall — Teaching Unplugged, Delta Publishing
  • James Thomas, Martina Pavlickova and Martina Sindelarova Skupenova — Global Issues in the ELT Classroom, Spolecnost pro Fair Trade
  • Stuart Wiffin and Helen Gibbon — Award For Innovative Writing

2011 winners

  • Neil Edgeller, Senjuti Masud, Sharif Sadique — Rinku's World, BBC Learning English
  • Ben Glynne, Dan Humm Soriano, David Wilkins — Communication Station, United International College
  • Rob Carter, Alice Castle, Abeer Hassan, Sean Keegan, Karim Kouchouk, Abigail Wincott — BBCe!, BBC Learning English
  • Marcos Benevides, Adam Gray — Fiction in Action: Whodunit, ABAX ELT
  • Simona Petrescu — Macmillan Education Award For Innovative Writing
  • Brian Abbs and Ingrid Freebairn — Lifetime Achievement Award

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