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Upcoming webinar with Ron Morrain, October 8

Upcoming webinar with Ron Morrain, October 8

02/10/2017 - 15:47

Using mind maps in the classroom

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Upcoming webinar with Rob Howard : PRESENT PERFECT (ly): Rethinking the Image on the Screen (September 24)

Check out our upcoming webinar with Rob Howard on September 24

15/09/2017 - 11:49

PRESENT PERFECT (ly): Rethinking the Image on the Screen. The proper use of words, images and videos is essential in producing engaging classes, presentations and meetings. The overuse and abuse of technology has been causing Sensory Overload resulting in a lack of attention, engagement and learning. Examples, tips and skills to overcome this will be shown during the presentation.

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EULETA Conference & Call for Papers

EULETA Conference & Call for Papers

20/07/2017 - 10:26

The European Legal English Teachers' Association (EULETA) has put out a call for papers for their 23 September 2017 Conference.

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IATEFL Webinar for July

IATEFL Webinar for July

04/07/2017 - 10:57

We know that the summer vacation has just started, BUT, maybe you are looking for a way to ease into summer. One way you can transition from the classroom to the beach is to attend IATEFL's webinar this Saturday.

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Belgian Presenter's Grant

Belgian Presenter's Grant

03/07/2017 - 11:50

Have you thought about presenting at the IATEFL Conference 2018 in Brighton? Are you worried about the expense? Well, read about the new BELGIAN PRESENTER'S TRAVEL GRANT be offered to a lucky BELTA member who submits a proposal and has it accepted for presentation at IATEFL 2018!

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The Belgian English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) is a non-profit organization for teachers of English in Belgium. We seek to encourage the professional development of English language teachers in Belgium by offering possibilities for discussion and the exchange of ideas and experience through our conferences, workshops, webinars, blog, website, and social media presence. We are run entirely by volunteers. If you’d like to join us or help out, please contact us.