Happy new year from everyone at BELTA! There is so much to look forward this year, including our BELTA Day on March 22nd, the forthcoming revamped website, our brand new journal and more webinars and workshops.
BELTA Vice-President Ellen de Preter and Co-President Mieke Kenis with Erica Lutes, Executive Director of the Commission For Educational Exchange BELTA is delighted to partner with the Fulbright Commission Belgium.
Next in Sundays With BELTA, we will be joined by Hugh Dellar, who will be speaking about the Lexical Approach. In Five Golden Rules, Hugh will be speaking about how we can be better lexical teachers. Join us on February 23rd for what is sure to be a great talk...
This online course http://goo.gl/XVwodg is aimed at teachers of English as a subject or teachers teaching through the medium of English. It’s suitable for both primary and secondary teachers and not just for Special Educational Needs specialists. – Check the link for details of the duration and price of the course
Government proposals to radically alter the student visa regime have left colleges facing the possibility of having to cut recruitment of foreign students and move much of their international work overseas.
The BELTA Day on March 22nd, 2014, is the one time when all EFL teachers from all levels and sectors in Belgium can gather together and share innovating teaching ideas, concerns, experiences, successes, and action research.
We are proud to announce the arrival of the BELTA Bulletin, a journal for our members. Published three times a year, it will contain articles that we hope will be of great interest to English teachers in Belgium. And if you'd like to contribute to the journal, we'd love to hear from you...