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Registration for the 17th ELTA Serbia Conference is open!

Sixth and Seventh Plenary Speakers Announced!

Alistair Starling

Alistair leads our business-to-government efforts on the ground across Europe and North Africa, in close liaison with our International Development team in Cambridge. Alistair was previously Regional Director Northern Europe in our Berlin office. He works closely with Directors in other regions and colleagues in Cambridge in formulating and implementing global strategies.

Alistair is passionate about language learning, taught English in Italy for 2 years, and learnt German, Italian and French by working overseas most of his adult life. Before joining in November 2013, he was Higher Executive Officer in the British Diplomatic Service (Foreign & Commonwealth Office), and General Manager, in the UK’s National Trust.

Previously, Alistair headed up the Inward Investment Team for UK Trade & Investment in Italy for 4 years, following 10 years in the private sector in the UK and Italy, culminating in heading up Marketing for a multinational software company based in Milan.

 

 

Sarah Ellis

Sarah is interested in Assessment, Learning & Professional Development and has an extensive background in teaching, teacher training, assessment and exam management. She has trained teachers on CELTA and DELTA courses and is currently is involved in the Cambridge Assessment English teacher support programme which provides information, materials and support for teachers and academic directors.

She is particularly interested in supporting teachers in developing digital skills and assessment literacy.

 

 

Last Day to Submit Your Abstract!

Are you an English teacher offering a new approach to an old concept?
Are you an English teacher with some fresh and groundbreaking ideas for the language classroom?
Are you an English teacher who wants to show to others what works with your students?
 
 
Join us at the 17th ELTA Conference and share your insights with your colleagues to make the world of English teaching better!

 

Abstract submission deadline: 18 February 2019
Early bird registration deadline: 15 April 2019

 

Please choose one of the proposed online forms to fill out:

Speaker Proposal Form
Participant Registration Form
Student Registration Form

 

We look forward to seeing you in May!
ELTA team

 

 

PLEASE NOTE

The conference will be accredited by the Institute for Educational Advancement.

You can register on-site at the Teacher Education Faculty after 15 April 2019. Please note that on-site registration for the conference does not guarantee the availability of the conference material.

Refreshments are provided. Lunch is not provided. Attendees may bring their own lunch or leave the venue to purchase lunch. Please see the list of area restaurants and bakeries.
 

 

Learning and Sharing for Better Teaching

We are pleased to announce a series of half day-professional development seminars. Seminars are designed by ELTA teachers who participated in Erasmus+ project Learning and Sharing for Better Teaching.

The seminars are free of charge. The refreshments will be provided, BUT NOT lunch.

All the participants will be given an electronic certificate of attendance.

The seminars will be held in the following towns from March to April 2019.

If you are interested in attending the seminar, please contact the coordinator.

 

No.PlaceDateTrainersIntended AudienceCoordinator
1.Aleksinac
OŠ Ljupče Nikolić
March 2, 2019
11-15h
Olja Milošević
NLP and Coaching for the English Classroom
English language teachers Bratislav Milošević
m.bata977@gmail.com
2.Sremska Mitrovica
Mitrovačka gimnazija
March 2, 2019
9:30-13:30h
Božica Šarić-Cvjetković
Drama and Improvisation Techniques for the English Classroom
All language teachers

Language of the seminar: English
Božica Šarić-Cvjetković
bozica.elt@gmail.com
3. Novi Sad
OŠ Vasa Stajić
March 9, 2019
9-13h
Dejan Novaković
Practical Uses of Technology in the Classroom

Maximum number of participants: 24
All language teachersVladimir Široki
vlada.widey@gmail.com
4.Beograd
Farmaceutsko-fizioterapeutska škola
March 9, 2019
9:30-13:30h
Zorica Đukić
Teaching Difficult Learners
English language teachers Zorica Đukić
zoricadjukic011@gmail.com
5. TBATBADragana Videnov
Inclusion and Special Educational Needs
TBA
6.TBATBABojana Nikić Vujić
Creative Methodology for Using ICT in the English Classroom
TBA

 

Fifth Plenary Speaker Announced!

Fiona Dalziel

 

Fiona Dalziel is Associate Professor of English Language and Translation at the Department of Linguistic and Literary Studies (DiSLL) of the University of Padova, Italy. She teaches on the BA in Language, Literature and Cultural Mediation and the MA in Modern Languages for International Communication and Collaboration. Her research interests include: promoting metacognitive learning strategies and learner autonomy; teaching academic writing; English-medium Instruction (EMI); and the use of drama in language learning, including that of adult migrants. She has been coordinator of the English drama group for 20. 

 

7 Days Left to Submit Your Abstract!

Are you an English teacher offering a new approach to an old concept?
Are you an English teacher with some fresh and groundbreaking ideas for the language classroom?
Are you an English teacher who wants to show to others what works with your students?
 
 
Join us at the 17th ELTA Conference and share your insights with your colleagues to make the world of English teaching better!

 

Abstract submission deadline: 18 February 2019
Early bird registration deadline: 15 April 2019

 

Please choose one of the proposed online forms to fill out:

Speaker Proposal Form
Participant Registration Form
Student Registration Form

 

We look forward to seeing you in May!
ELTA team

 

 

PLEASE NOTE

The conference will be accredited by the Institute for Educational Advancement.

You can register on-site at the Teacher Education Faculty after 15 April 2019. Please note that on-site registration for the conference does not guarantee the availability of the conference material.

Refreshments are provided. Lunch is not provided. Attendees may bring their own lunch or leave the venue to purchase lunch. Please see the list of area restaurants and bakeries.