In our Blended Learning workshop on September 23rd, Laura Edwards shared online resources that can enhance the learning experiences of our students and ourselves. It was a fun-filled and inspiring afternoon thanks to Laura and her infectious energy. She kept us busy and smiling as we explored new tools and ways to liven up online and physical classroom situations.
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It was time for the committee to get together again after the long summer break and we had a lot to talk about! We had a very productive meeting, deciding on dates for our workshops in 2018 and looking at workshop feedback to match your needs with future workshop topics. Katrin and Ingrid are off to […]
Laura Edwards is flying into Stuttgart next Friday and we are looking forward to her workshop on Blended Learning on Saturday 23rd September. It’s going to be a hands-on workshop where Laura will look at best practices and we can try out some of the tools that will help us create a successful blended learning training course. […]
Over 25 ELTAS members met on Saturday 22nd July for Ron Morrain’s workshop on Mind Maps in ELT. Through mind-mapping we found out how we could promote inquiry based learning and ensure a student centered approach to our lesson planning and teaching. Ron shared many of his colorful mind maps with us, then it was […]
Are you overwhelmed with all the red tape when working as a freelancer in Germany? Get in touch with your ELTAS colleagues, either via the Yahoo group or directly with the ELTAS chair ( firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions regarding Rentenversicherung, Krankenversicherung, Steuererklärung etc. We will always find someone to help!
Members of the committee met in Stuttgart to share feedback on the last event, discuss details for the next event in July and exchange ideas for the future. Long-time Eltas member Rebecca Sprengel also joined the group and we look forward to her participation in the future. The next committee meeting is planned for September 16th. […]
With over 50 registrations for the OUP-Eltas day, we were all very interested in what Robert McLarty and John Hughes planned to share with us about their respective topics. An excellent event with a great exchange of new ideas, tips and tools for teaching vocabulary and critical thinking, many of which we can immediately build into our lesson plans. […]