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English Australia wins International Education Award

The English language sector peak body and professional association English Australia is delighted to announce that its Action Research in ELICOS Program has won a prestigious Award for Best Practice/Innovation in International Education under the IEAA Excellence Awards Program for 2013.

The Action Research in ELICOS Program was developed in consultation with Anne Burns, Professor of TESOL at the University of New South Wales, and senior researchers at Cambridge English Language Assessment.

The program is innovative not only because it provides an industry-wide approach to classroom based research, but also because it brings together three key components that are essential for the success of the program:

- English Australia contributes a large national network of English language colleges, a national conference as a forum to share the outcomes and plays a strong leadership role in driving the program;

- Anne Burns, acknowledged internationally as a leader in language teacher action research, brings her expertise and reputation together with rich opportunities to publish and present around the world on program outcomes;

- Cambridge English Language Assessment provides not only the funding for the project but a depth of research background and reputation that has proven essential in building the credibility of the overall project as well as the facility to publish and promote the outcomes.

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