For its 10th annual conference, ELTA has chosen a venue in which teachers have been studying for decades. Teachers Training Faculty, which is a part of the University of Belgrade, will welcome English teachers for the two days in May and we know it will be suitable and comfortable, with all the needs of teachers catered for.
The Main Hall and six other classrooms will be used for presentations and workshops, whereas the second floor gallery will provide the exibition area for our partners and sponsors. The staff lounge on the ground floor will double as a quiet room for presenters, and the faculty’s internet club will be open during the event so all the guests can use the computers there.
ELTA couldn’t organize the event without the assistance of many students of the faculty who will be volunteers at the conference together with students from the English Department of the Faculty of Philology.
This year we have over 40 presentations, lectures and workshops, and we hope the program will help you decide which ones you will attend.
You can also read detailed plenary speakers’ abstracts on our site, and see what their talks will be about.
ELTA has prepared another special offer for you! You can become an ELTA member or renew your membership at a discounted rate!
Individual membership rate: 1500 dinars
Retired teachers’ membership rate: 1000 dinars
Student membership rate: 500 dinars
ONLY for payments made on ELTA Happy Day, March 22!
Don’t miss this opportunity!
ELTA would also like to remind you that the early bird registration for 10th ELTA Conference – Teaching Outside the Box has been extended until April 1, 2012. We would like to use this opportunity to inform you about our special 4+1 offer for schools. Your schools can pay 4 conference fees and get one gratis.
Belgrade (Beograd) is the capital of Serbia, and has a population of around 1.6 million. It is situated in South-Eastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula, at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and has since ancient times been an important focal point for traffic, an intersection of the roads of Eastern and Western Europe.
The climate in Belgrade is a moderate continental one, with an average daytime temperature of 11.7oC