Tuesday, 8 November 2011

TESOL-SPAIN Annual National Convention

TESOL-SPAIN Annual National Convention

Dates: March 9-11 2011

Venue: Deusto University, Bilbao, Spain

Theme: “Plurilingualism: Promoting Co-operation between Communities and Nations”

Contact: Olga Fernández convention2012@tesol-spain.org

More information available at: www.tesol-spain.org

Monday, 17 October 2011

Your Europe, Your Say

"On 26-28 April 2012, more than 100 students and teachers from schools in every country in the European Union will enjoy an experience to remember, as the guests of the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels. For two remarkable days they will become "extraordinary members" of the EESC.

For the third year running, the EESC is organising a simulated plenary session, at the heart of Europe, where school pupils and their teachers will debate, negotiate, and thrash out consensus just as the real Committee does".

This event aimed at young people aged 16-17. Registration deadline: 30th November 2011. Find further information from the link below:

Wednesday, 2 February 2011

What kind of teacher are you?

What kind of teacher are you? is a quiz inspired by the theory of multiple
intelligences which suggests that different people learn and do things in
very different way.

You can try it out either in Facebook or on the Teaching English website – (where you don't need to login in to facebook).

As well as being a lot of fun, it provides teachers with a handy way of accessing some interesting class activities from the TeachingEnglish website.

Friday, 19 November 2010

Hocus and Lotus

Hocus and Lotus is the result of a series of European Projects Socrates Lingua for teaching languages to children launched by the University of Rome “Sapienza”.

It is based on an innovative methodology called “the narrative format approach” that was gold awarded at the Life Long Learning Festival in Berlin 2007.

A training course for teachers and trainers that can be financed by a Comenius grant is being promoted by its organisers.

Thursday, 18 November 2010

Real: European Network of Language Teacher Associations

The Real network is an umbrella organisation whose objective is to represent and bring together associations of language teachers from across Europe.
It regularly issues a newsletter with news and information about events related to language teaching.

Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Teachers Conference in Bilbao



Send your name and the name of your school to: ELToutreach.bilbao@britishcouncil.es