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ELTA Happy Day | October 25

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Dear colleagues,

ELTA Serbia is the country’s leading English language teaching association. Its key objectives are to promote as widely as possible the benefits of learning English and to encourage high professional standards among members. ELTA works in partnership with the American Embassy, British Council, and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development. It keeps you at the leading-edge of the profession with a range of benefits and services which include:

 

Tickets to Events:

This includes free entry to webinars, our regular ELT education and accredited development workshops, and a special reduced rate for our 15th ELTA conference in May!

E-newsletter:

News of ELT-related events sent out bi-monthly by email.

ELTA Journal:

A practitioner-oriented electronic journal based on current theory and research in the field of ELT.

Individual Membership:

Open to anyone involved in English language teaching and academic management for 1500 dinars annually (500 dinars for students) only for payments made on Happy Day, October 25!

2+1 Institutional Membership:

Take care of the professional development needs at your school. Institutional membership allows access to ELTA Serbia events for your teachers. Your schools can pay 2 full membership fees (4000 dinars) and get one gratis!

 These are just a snapshot of the benefits we provide our members.  For more information, you can read the section How to become a member on our website. Please complete the membership form and then simply follow the procedure described in the form itself!Join us on October 25 for yet another ELTA Happy Day!

ELTA team

 

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

ELTA Journal – Call for Papers [Deadline 15 Nov 2016]

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Deadline 15 November 2016

Dear fellow teachers,

We invite all ELT professionals to participate in our online publication – ELTA Journal. This semi-academic journal continues the rich tradition of ELTA newsletter and magazine MELT, which have been published since 2003 and readily accept papers of quality that can be theoretical or examples of individual teaching practice or research in the field of ELT.

The vision of this journal is to be submitted for scientific categorization to our Ministry of Education and thus promote our teaching profession and provide you, teachers, with a practical benefit from your contributions. ELTA Journal is meant to:

  • help our local ELT community to deepen the understanding of its practice,
  • promote sharing among professionals,
  • allow teachers to gain points towards professional development.

The journal represents a unique knowledge bank, which you will refer to in order to gain a little more insight into theoretical backgrounds behind certain aspects of your work or get a glimpse of new ideas and latest methodologies you might implement in your own teaching. It also publishes foreign researchers’ papers which will internationalise it and put our teachers on a broader ELT map.

We hope you take this opportunity to analyse your own practice as teachers and consider a topic of your own interest for an article in the journal. Our team is at your disposal for guidance and support should you have doubts regarding any aspect of your writing, structure- or content-wise.

Please contact our team if you are interested at newsletter.elta@gmail.com

Yours sincerely,

ELTA Newsletter editorial team

ELTA Newsletter: September-October 2016

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Dear readers,

September is already over, schools have already welcomed their students back and it’s this time of the year that we also welcome you back and wish you a yet another great school year! The truth is that we have not stopped working trying to make sure that we have some interesting articles for you to read. So here we go!

Enjoy reading,

ELTA Editorial Team

Preliminary Conference Programme

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Dear colleagues,

We are happy to announce that you may now download the preliminary conference programme for our 14th annual ELTA conference to be held from 20th to 21st May in Belgrade.

This year we have over 60 presentations, lectures and workshops, and we hope the program will help you decide which ones you will attend.

The conference will be held at the Singidunum University, 261a Kumodraška Street, Belgrade. Please be advised that there are two University buildings in the same area, the one at 32 Danijelova Street and the one where the Conference is being held at 261a Kumodraška Street. Note that the street name has been changed to 261a Peka Dapčevića Street but the maps haven’t been updated yet. Click here for the route and accessibility.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

ELTA team

 

 

Preliminary conference programme (Preliminary conference programme)Preliminary conference programme (28KB)

Call for Roving Reporters

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Become an ELTA roving reporter and get a free Conference fee!

ELTA is looking for three enthusiastic and cheerful teachers to interview the speakers and participants during the two days of the Conference and write about the experience for the ELTA Newsletter after the Conference.

  • make a short video (not more than 2 min) with three of the presenters and five participants
  • catch the atmosphere from the Conference and we’ll post your videos to our Facebook page
  • write about your experience and we’ll publish it in our Newsletter

And that’s not all! You will have a chance to see six plenary sessions and numerous workshops and all that for FREE!

Send your motivational letter at office@elta.org.rs before April 1st!