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The year ahead

January 01, 2008

Hello again,

I don’t need a crystal ball to flag up a selection of key ELT events for the first half of 2008 as they have been ...

... scheduled well in advance.


• 18-19 Alabama-Mississippi TESOL, "Learn A Language: Embrace the World," MSU Riley Center, Meridian, Mississippi, USA. E-mail marmartin@bellsouth.net. Web site http://www.amtesol.org/events.htm.
• 24-26. Thailand TESOL, "English Language Teaching: Progress in Practice and Policy," Sofitel Raja Orchid, Khon Khaen, Thailand. Web site http://www.thaitesol2.org/.

• 8-10. English Language Teachers Association of India, Third International and 39th Annual ELTAI Conference, "Learning to Teach: A Life-long Journey," Satyabhama University, Chennai, India. E-mail eltai_india@yahoo.co.in. Web site www.eltai.org.

• 23-24. 4th CamTESOL Conference on English Language Teaching, "Building Bridges to the World," National Institute of Education, Norodom Blvd corner Suramarit street, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tel. 855-23-212113, Fax. 855-23-426608. E-mail info@camtesol.org. Web site http://www.camtesol.org.


• 3 - 5 The ICEF Japan Workshop,
Keio Plaza Hotel, Tokyo. Meet quality student recruiters from all over Japan.
Web site: http://www.icef.com/ (See website for full calendar of events).

• 7-9 TESOL Spain, "Global English - Local Perspectives," Universidad Europea de Madrid, Villaviciosa de Odón, Spain. E-mail convention2008@tesol-spain.org. Web site http://tesol-spain.org/convention2008/.

April :

• 7 – 11 IATEFL 42nd Annual International Conference & Exhibition, Exeter, UK.
Web site: http://www.iatefl.org
• 10 – 12 ALTE 3rd International Conference
Cambridge, UK.

• 26-28 FEELTA / NATE, "Building Bridges with Languages and Cultures," Far Eastern National University, Vladivostok, Russia. E-mail feeltacon@dvgu.ru. Web site http://feelta.wl.dvgu.ru/upcoming.htm.

I wish you a happy, prosperous and peaceful New Year.

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