IATEFL Poland aims to be the leading organisation representing English teaching professionals within the country, offering a range of services and publications which serve to support and maintain the development of its members within the EFL world.
21-22 March 2015, NKJO, RADOM (Plac Stare Miasto 10)
If you haven’t decided yet what to do on the third weekend of March, join us for the 5th edition of Culture and Language Lane Conference organised by IATEFL Poland Radom Region. You will have a chance to meet some old friends and listen to inspiring speakers who will provide you with some creative ideas to take home and use in your own teaching.
We would like to invite you to join us
on Saturday March 14th, 2015 at 10.30 a.m.
at the Teacher Training College in Wrocław (NKJO)
ul. Skarbowców 8a, 53-025 Wrocław
for a workshop entitled "WEAVING: The Arts in the ELT"
run by Ida Baj and Rita Schaeper
In March we will be running a series of free webinars (online seminars) for teachers on IELTS. Our presenter, Matt Byrski, will talk you through IELTS and share tips on preparing your students for the Speaking, Academic Writing, Reading and Listening parts of the test.
The British Council and the Regional Teacher Development Centre "WOM"
cordially invite all teachers of English to the
New for 2015: FCE and CAE exams changes conference
organised on 16th March in Czestochowa.
Please find enclosed the invitation to The P.A.R.K. Conference – Spring 2015: the 16th Teachers Park - International Conference for Teachers of English.
Come and join us for one of the most popular teacher training events in the Czech Republic, held regularly since 2001.
Hugh Dellar is the co-author of the two well-known General English series Outcomes and Innovations. He is also a well-known teacher trainer, the co-founder of Lexical Lab and a frequent visitor to Poland.
This July, Hugh will be participating in a five-day teacher development course in the famous holiday resort of Zakopane. If you’d like details on how you can take part in this exciting opportunity, please click the link here: http://future.edu.pl/zakopane.html
The British Coucil would like to invite you to a free webinar for teachers on "Teaching Tips to Boost Your Students’ 2015 Matura Performance".
The webinar is aimed at those teachers who will be leading their students through the challenges of the Polish Matura. As the new changes come into force in 2015 teachers and students need to be aware of how to adapt to these changes.
We are pleased to announce a free online learning course on 'Dyslexia and language teaching’ https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/dyslexia which runs from 20thof April – 17thof May 2015.
This exciting new course is offered by Lancaster University in cooperation with FutureLearn and takes place over four weeks entirely online. It is aimed at English language teachers, teachers of modern foreign languages, teacher trainers, educators and trainee teachers who are interested in how they can accommodate and cater for the needs of students with dyslexia in foreign/second language classrooms.
The British Council would like to invite teachers of English to a conference on the changes in Cambridge English: First (FCE) and Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) exams introduced in January 2015.
Are you looking for new opportunities in your teaching career? Join our free webinar for teachers on "How to Gain International Teaching Qualifications”. In this webinar you will find out how you can open up a whole world of exciting English language teaching opportunities at home or abroad. There will be discussions on the potential paths that a teacher can take, looking at the advantages of the different qualifications that are available, such as CELTA, DELTA or the Southampton University MA in English Language Teaching.
WHAT IS ASPERGER SYNDROME?
We will look at the nature of Asperger's, summarising what is known about its causes and how it typically manifests itself in children and adults. We will also look briefly at some common misconceptions about the condition and clear up some urban myths about its causes and 'cures'.
We would like to invite you to join us for
the FIFTY-FIRST IATEFL SILESIAN REGION MEETING
on 17th January 2015 at 10.00 a.m.
at Szkoła Jezyków Obcych „LOGMAR”
Rybnik, ul. Raciborska 39
On behalf of the Executive Committee of IATEFL Poland, sincere thanks for your commitment and loyalty to the ideas of this wonderful association. It's Christmastime and I just want to say "THANK YOU" and... that it's been a pleasure to have you as members for yet another year.
I wish you and your families heartwarming, relaxing Christmas Holidays and a successful year ahead. Stay with us and may all your dreams come true! Happy New Year 2015!
President IATEFL Poland & Board Members
IATEFL POLAND ESP SIG
and THE UNIVERSITY OF LIFE SCIENCES IN LUBLIN
have the pleasure of inviting you to the
2nd IATEFL ESP SIG Conference – 15th/16th January 2015
Venue: Lublin, ul. Głęboka 28, Nowy Gmach Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczego
Building A, Room 102, 1st Floor