3000!

On June 26, 2020, we reached 3000 members on our Facebook group and we're sharing an ebook to celebrate the occasion!
3000 members

We seem to have been celebrating a lot recently, and we’ve had a lot to celebrate!  First our community was shortlisted for an ELTon innovation award, then we celebrated our first birthday, and today, on June 26, we’re celebrating a new landmark as our Facebook group reaches 3000 members! 

To thank  each and every one of our members in the group and our followers and supporters everywhere, we want to share our first ELT Footprint publication: The English Teacher’s Climate Crisis Survival Kit.

Survival kit book cover

This short ebook offers an introduction to our community and a wealth of topics and resources, from lesson plan guidance to a school green charter. It’s a great starting point if you want to address the climate crisis in your professional life but don’t know where to begin. 

contents page

Please share this link with all your teacher friends and colleagues. Encourage them to join us and be part of the solution! They can follow us on the blog (click to subscribe!), on the Facebook group, on Twitter or on LinkedIn

We are so grateful for the commitment from all our members, followers and supporters who, even in these challenging times, provide the necessary energy and enthusiasm to put the cause on the global ELT agenda. 

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