creativity

4th Conference on Contemporary Greek Film Cultures : Call for papers deadline extension: New abstract deadline

Cultural Neighbourhoods and Co-productions in South East Europe and Beyond

4th Conference on Contemporary Greek Film Cultures

Call for papers deadline extension: New abstract deadline at July 15, 2019.

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Interview with Alan Maley

This interview was first published on ELTA Serbia newsletter (March 2019 issue)

 

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Alan Maley’s career in English Language Teaching began with The British Council in 1962.  After post-graduate training at the University of Leeds, he worked for the British Council in Yugoslavia, Ghana, Italy, France, PR China and India over a period of 26 years.  After resigning from the Council in 1988, he became Director-General of the Bell Educational Trust in Cambridge (1988-93). He then took up the post of Senior Fellow in the Department of English, National University of Singapore, where he stayed for 5 years   His last full-time post was as Dean and Professor of the Institute for English Language Education, Assumption University, Bangkok, where he set up new MA programmes. Since retiring from Assumption in 2004, he has occupied a number of visiting professorial posts at Leeds Metropolitan, Nottingham, Durham, Malaysia (UKM), Vietnam (OU-HCMC) and Germany (Universitat Augsburg).
He has published extensively and was series editor for the Oxford Resource Books for Teachers for over 20 years. He continues to write for publication.  He also remains active as a speaker at national and international conferences.
He was a co-founder of The Extensive Reading Foundation, and of The C group: Creativity for Change in Language Education.  He is a past-President of IATEFL, and was given the ELTons Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012.

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Social inequalities : an oral presentation mini course

“For us, art is not an end in itself … but it is an opportunity for the true perception and criticism of the times we live in.” (Dada poet Hugo Ball)

Social Inequalities is a mini course teaching students how to prepare oral presentations using contemporary artists as an incentive. The target group is students over 16 years old and the level is B2+ . In total it lasts about  8-9 teaching hours. This is why the whole series was initially  posted in 3 parts (First : lesson plan 1, Second : lesson plan 2 and Third : lesson plan 3 & 4 together).

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An Interview with Marisa Constantinides

by Vicky Papageorgiou

The interview first appeared on ELTA Serbia newsletter Autumn 2018 edition

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Marisa is a teacher, teacher educator,  and ELT author; she is the Director of Studies of CELT Athens responsible for the design and implementation of all courses offered at CELT.

Her main ELT qualifications are a Diploma in TEFLA (the RSA Dip. TEFLA,  predecessor to the Cambridge Delta) and an M.A. in Applied Linguistics from Reading University.Marisa is a frequent conference presenter and keynote speaker – some recent presentations can be viewed here – and has presented at IATEFL International, TESOL France, Brazil TESOL, TESOL Greece as well as on numerous online Conferences and Events and has served as a member of the Committee of the IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG (Special Interest Group).

Marisa is one of the founding moderators of  a weekly hash tagged discussion of ELT teachers on Twitter which was nominated & shortlisted in the 2012 ELTon Awards for Innovation in Teacher Resources.     Marisa co-moderates #ELTchat on Twitter every Wednesday  (find more info on theELTchat blog.)

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