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IATEFL membership for personal and professional development (Latsouck Gueye)

In today’s society, changing faster than ever, teachers are faced with the challenge of how to adapt to changes in the field of methodology as well as technology to design courses that cater best for students’ needs. In this process … Continue reading

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English Language Teachers’ Association of India (ELTAI) (by Dr. S. Rajagopalan)

Introduction Our Association had a humble beginning and has grown into one of the largest professional associations of teachers in the world just like a tiny seed becoming in course of time a big Banyan tree. It started with just … Continue reading

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The Saudi Organization of EFL Education (by Dr. Tahany Albaiz)

Supervised and operated by the English Language Institute at the University of Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Although the English language Institute started as a branch, it has become an independent institute within the second public university in the vibrant city … Continue reading

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Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) (by Arifa Rahman)

The Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) is a registered non-profit professional forum for ELT practitioners in Bangladesh, a country in South Asia, small in size but with a massive population. BELTA was first established in 1984 and was an … Continue reading

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ANELTA workshops in Angola (by ANELTA)

From March 2015 to April 2016, the Angolan English Language Teachers´ Association (ANELTA), in partnership with the American Embassy in Angola, with the support of the Ministry of Education of Angola, implemented seventeen workshops around the country. These workshops were about developing … Continue reading

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