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REAL is partner of an exciting new project called ProM - Building skills for educational mobility.
"Lack of opportunity, cash and ambition stops our students learning abroad" says David Willetts, Minister of State for Universities and Science.
The latest figures show more than 70% of new trainee teachers have obtained a ‘high-quality’ degree.
Mon, 27/05/2013 - Wed, 29/05/2013
The second International Conference ‘Language Testing in Europe: Time for a New Framework?’ will be hosted by the Universiteit Antwerpen
REAL spoke to a number of association leaders back in November 2011 at the REAL launch conference held at CIEP in Sèvres, France. Check out what they have to say about the conference and about REAL!
REAL will be taking part in a workshop at this year's Expolangues fair in Paris. Jonathan Hooley (Project Coodinator) and Julian Serrano Heras (Vice President) will be speaking about the project as part of a session organised by the European Commission on 2 February 2012 in Salle Senghor at 1pm. Why not join us to find out more about the Network?
REAL is an international not-for-profit association registered in Belgium and currently uses a Brussels-based company as its legal registered address. In order to help bring down costs in these difficult economic times and so that REAL can use its income for the full benefit of its members, REAL is currently seeking to identify an organisation in Brussels, sympathetic to our objectives, able to offer this service free of charge.
We at REAL - the European Network of Language Teacher Associations - are accepting new members.
- Curious about how Europe is increasingly affecting language teachers’ work and want to have your say?
- Got a great idea and want to set up a project with other associations?
- Looking for new approaches to tackling the challenges your association is facing?
The photos from the REAL Launch Conference "Making It REAL" held at CIEP, Sèvres, France on 7-8 November 2011 are now online.
This is the text of a presentation given by Jonathan Hooley (CIEP) and Linda Parker (ALL) at the seminar Making It REAL held at CIEP in Sèvres, France on 7-8 November 2011. They spoke about the results of the EU-funded project, REAL2, which has successfully established REAL (the European Network of Language Teacher Associations).