Teachers’ use of more controlling instructional approaches with their students are nearly abandoned in teaching learning activities. The move toward more choices and autonomy for teachers and students which contribute to the higher levels of students’ motivation, engagement, task performance and learning in schools are actively advocated by sholars, policymakers, and practitioners. In response to this trend, the new Indonesian Minister of Education and Culture, Nadiem Makarim, announced his educatinal policy program called “Freedom of Learning” which is to liberate education instututions and encourage children to be creative and innovative and promote critical thinking. Consequently, the curricular and instructioal practices should be developed to offer greater choice in the classroom and are responsive to students’ unique interests, needs, and abilities. These approches carefully concern the students’ diverse needs, abilities, unique characteristics as well as learner centered instruction. Hence, International Conference on English Teaching Education and Linguistics is held to open the the room for sharing and disseminating the freedom of learning’s true concepts, practices in English Foreign Language.

Main Theme




  • English Language Teaching and Learning Innovation

  • Language Policy

  • Educational Policy

  • Digital Literacy in ESL

  • Learners’ Autonomy

  • Authentic Language Assessment and Evaluation

  • New Approaches, Methods, and Technique in ELT

  • Online and Distance Learning

  • Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

  • English for Specific Purposes

  • English for Young Learners

  • Impact of Globalisation on Language Teaching and Learning

  • Curriculum/Material Development

  • High Order Thinking Skills in EFL

  • Character Nurturing in EFL

  • English Teachers’ Competences

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