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Vienna ConneXion - Conference schedule now available

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The Program Schedule for TEA's 13th Biennial Conference THE VIENNA CONNEXION is now finalised and available here for you to view.


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Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 March 2014 14:00
 

13th Biennial Conference: Vienna Connexion

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Last Updated on Thursday, 13 February 2014 19:45
 

Vienna ConneXion: Registration Open!

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Registration for The Vienna ConneXion, the 13th Biennial TEA Conference, 'New Trends in ELT' is now open!


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Last Updated on Sunday, 27 October 2013 14:26
 

TEA Summer School - 18-22 August 2014 - Program Announced!

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The next TEA Summer School in August 2014, to take place in Hinterglemm, is now being organised.

Save the date and don't forget - if you register before 31 January (with non-refundable deposit of €30) you will receive a 10% discount on the attendance fee!

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Last Updated on Monday, 16 December 2013 20:15
 

What We Did At Summer School 2013 - All Day English!

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TEA Summer School, 19-23 August 2013, Matrei am Brenner/Pfons, Tirol

What a week it was! Judging by the photos, an innocent outsider could guess the order of the day, from harmless to shocking—possibly even murder! But those must be the pictures of Ivan’s drama groups, enacting their own innovative scenes. We would be remiss not to mention the laughter and raised eyebrows in the other groups, where Candy’s spirited insights took us through a series of stimulating sessions including using advertising in the classroom, emotional intelligence, positive psychology, body language and more.


One good thing about TEA summer schools is the social life, and the advantage of staying at the venue is the evening program. The organised evenings included an entertaining slide show, drama and creative writing (more fun than it sounds!) whilst the other evenings featured various games.


Whether in the training sessions or through the social life, it would have been impossible to participate in summer school without networking and making friends. Participants from Vorarlberg to Lower Austria, from southern Carinthia to the northern reaches of Upper Austria, and even from across the border, agreed that TEA’s summer school is a special event. With five native speakers present, it was English, English, English, not only in the training but also at mealtimes and in the evenings.


Even the weather co-operated. Except for one rainy day, we were fortunate to have blue skies enhancing the lovely Tirolean landscape. Located at 1,200 meters, Bildungshaus St. Michael enjoys broad vistas and a peaceful environment amidst pastures and verdant meadows bordering conifer forests. The accommodations were superb, featuring new single rooms and excellent training facilities.



We are already looking forward to next year’s TEA summer school, scheduled for 18-22 August 2014 at the Bundesschullandheim in Saalbach, with Sally Kowanda and Eric Lomas as trainers.  Keep watching the website, the TEA Newsletter if you are a TEA member and also our Facebook page for Summer School 2014 news, as well as updates on the TEA Conference and other events throughout the year.






 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 November 2013 16:46
 
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