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ELTA Serbia Conference 2018

LINGVA teachers Katarina Andrić, Ivana Lazić, Lora Petronić Petrović & Mirjana Ljiljak-Vukajlović have recently attended the 16th Conference of ELTA Serbia – English Language Teachers’ Association, which was held under the title “The Teacher’s Guide through ELT Galaxy“ in Belgrade on 11 and 12 May. The coference was attended by over 400 teachers, and the speakers included numerous famous experts in the field of English language teaching and learning from the world and Serbia. YALS Association of Language Schools of Serbia, one of whose members is Lingva, was again represented by five speakers, as in the previous ELTA conference, who held interesting and successful workshops. LINGVA teachers had ample opportunity to explore the current and future trends in ELT approaches and methods, as well as to share specific experiences with other colleagues.

Lingva Teachers at the New Technologies in Education Conference 2015

Profesorke Lingve na konferenciji Nove tehnologije u obrazovanju 2015
Lingva Teachers at the New Technologies in Education Conference 2015

Lingva teachers recently attended the New Technologies in Education Conference organized by the British Council and the Ministries of Education and Tourism in Belexpocentar, Belgrade, on 27-28 February 2015. Marija Milovanović, Ivana Lazić, Lora Petronić-Petrović and Mirjana Ljiljak-Vukajlović, together with Jovana Popović from Tom & Ema School from Belgrade, familiarized themselves with the latest trends in the use of ICT in teaching. What they found especially interesting were the presentations on the uses of tablets and mobile phones, as well as the demonstration of integrating creative Lego constructions into multimedia stories or newspaper articles, which took place in the exhibition area. The general impression was that the conference gave a significant contribution to productive blending of teaching needs and knowledge with the cutting-edge ICT resources and that especially useful was the opportunity to share experience with colleagues from the region and Great Britain.