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16TH ELTA SERBIA CONFERENCE

New Plenary Speakers Announced | ELTA Serbia Conference 2018

Daniel Xerri

Daniel Xerri is a lecturer in TESOL at the University of Malta, the joint co-ordinator of the IATEFL Research SIG, and the chairperson of the ELT Council within the Ministry for Education and Employment in Malta. He sits on IATEFL’s Conference Committee and on TESOL International Association’s Research Professional Council. He holds postgraduate degrees in English and Applied Linguistics, as well as a PhD in Education from the University of York. He has been awarded a number of international grants in order to conduct research in the United Kingdom, Australia, and the USA. He is the author of many publications on different areas of education and TESOL, including articles published in ELT Journal, English in Education, and International Journal of Research and Method in Education. His main research interests are creativity, practitioner research, and teacher education. Further details about his talks and publications can be found at www.danielxerri.com

 

Alan Marsh

Alan has worked in teacher training and development (including CELTA, DELTA, Erasmus+) with teachers from all over the world, both in mainstream education (Primary, Secondary and Tertiary) and in private language school contexts. He regularly leads teacher development courses in various European countries. He also contributes regularly to ELT publications, is the President of MATEFL (Malta Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language) and in 2014 he was awarded the Inspiring ELT Professional award in recognition of his contribution to Malta’s ELT industry. You can find out more about Alan on his website www.alanmarshelt.com

 

Jelena Vranješević

Jelena Vranješević holds BA, MA and PhD degrees from the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Belgrade, Department of Psychology. She is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade where she teaches Developmental Psychology and Psychology of Education. Professor Vranješević is an author of four monographies and  numerous papers and articles published in scientific and professional journals. She coauthored and coordinated national and international projects on social justice/education against prejudice, non-violent communication  and alternative methods of conflict resolution (mediation and negotiation), intercultural education and children’s rights, and she also wrote reference books on these topics. Professor Vranješević participated in research projects dealing with different aspects of improving the quality of education: parent participation in their children’s education and teacher professional development.

 

 

More info TBA. 

ELTA Representative for the 39th TESOL Greece Convention

Dear colleagues,

ELTA is looking for an official representative to attend and give a presentation at the 39th TESOL Greece Convention which will be held from 3-4 March 2018 in Athens, Greece.

For more information about the conference and criteria please visit http://39tesolgreece.weebly.com and http://elta.org.rs/category/representatives.

If you are interested, please send your abstract (max 200 words) and the motivation letter to office@elta.org.rs no later than 11 November 2017.

Your ELTA team

ELTA Representatives for the 25th International IATEFL Slovenia Conference

Dear ELTA members,

ELTA is looking for two official representatives to attend and give a presentation at the 25th International IATEFL Slovenia Conference which will be held at Terme Topolšica from 8th to 11th March 2018.

For more information about the conference and criteria please visit http://www.iatefl.si/conference-2017/general-info and http://elta.org.rs/category/representatives/citeria.

If you are interested, please send your abstract (max 200 words) and the motivation letter to office@elta.org.rs no later than 11 November 2017.

 Your ELTA team

Small Bites for Teaching and Learning English 2

Drage kolege,

ELTA i ove godine priprema seriju poludnevnih seminara u okviru projekta “Small Bites for Teaching and Learning English”.

Ukoliko želite da učestvujete kao predavač na jednom od pet poludnevnih seminara koji će se održati u pet gradova Srbije, pozivamo Vas da pošaljete svoju detaljno razrađenu radionicu, u trajanju od 60 minuta, na adresu ELTA kancelarije office@elta.org.rs, do 20. novembra 2017. godine

Radionice nisu tematski ograničene i mogu da se bave svime što autori smatraju da bi bilo interesantno i korisno. Kriterijumi za izbor radionica biće interaktivnost i njihova primenljivost.

Radove pristigle u okviru konkursa oceniće komisija. Izbor pet najboljih radionica biće objavljen na našem sajtu i FB stranici, 1. decembra 2017. godine, kada će biti objavljen i spisak pet izabranih gradova.

Autorima izabranih radionica biće obezbeđeni putni troškovi kao i gratis kotizacija za predstojeću konferenciju. Od predavača se očekuje da održe kratku prezentaciju o Udruženju i dve radionice u trajanju od po sat vremena, jednu koju su sami kreirali (a izabrana je na konkursu) i jednu radionicu koju bi dobili od Udruženja.

U nastavku Vam šaljemo obrazac koji Vam može pomoći u osmišljavanju radionice.

Učesnici seminara dobiće sertifikat Udruženja na svoju i-mejl adresu.

Za sve dodatne informacije u vezi sa ovim projektom, možete kontaktirati office@elta.org.rs.

ELTA tim

 

OBRAZAC

Plenary Speakers

Daniel Xerri

Daniel Xerri is a lecturer in TESOL at the University of Malta, the joint co-ordinator of the IATEFL Research SIG, and the chairperson of the ELT Council within the Ministry for Education and Employment in Malta. He sits on IATEFL’s Conference Committee and on TESOL International Association’s Research Professional Council. He holds postgraduate degrees in English and Applied Linguistics, as well as a PhD in Education from the University of York. He has been awarded a number of international grants in order to conduct research in the United Kingdom, Australia, and the USA. He is the author of many publications on different areas of education and TESOL, including articles published in ELT Journal, English in Education, and International Journal of Research and Method in Education. His main research interests are creativity, practitioner research, and teacher education. Further details about his talks and publications can be found at www.danielxerri.com

 

Alan Marsh

Alan has worked in teacher training and development (including CELTA, DELTA, Erasmus+) with teachers from all over the world, both in mainstream education (Primary, Secondary and Tertiary) and in private language school contexts. He regularly leads teacher development courses in various European countries. He also contributes regularly to ELT publications, is the President of MATEFL (Malta Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language) and in 2014 he was awarded the Inspiring ELT Professional award in recognition of his contribution to Malta’s ELT industry. You can find out more about Alan on his website www.alanmarshelt.com

 

Jelena Vranješević

Jelena Vranješević holds BA, MA and PhD degrees from the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Belgrade, Department of Psychology. She is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade where she teaches Developmental Psychology and Psychology of Education. Professor Vranješević is an author of four monographies and  numerous papers and articles published in scientific and professional journals. She coauthored and coordinated national and international projects on social justice/education against prejudice, non-violent communication  and alternative methods of conflict resolution (mediation and negotiation), intercultural education and children’s rights, and she also wrote reference books on these topics. Professor Vranješević participated in research projects dealing with different aspects of improving the quality of education: parent participation in their children’s education and teacher professional development.

 

 

More info TBA.