The seventh issue of the REAL newsletter is out now!
The REAL network is now an established international federation, so it’s all systems go! This edition of our newsletter is all about the work REAL is carrying out across Europe to make a difference to language teachers.
Exciting new seminar programme for 2011- apply before 14th January 2011 to get a funded place!
We are continuing our programme of seminars into 2011, for teachers and associations to come together to learn, to swap ideas and to benefit from cross-cultural exchanges. Three big events are currently in the planning:
- Project your association! Creating and managing projects in a multilingual Europe (6-10 May 2011) in Bari, Italy.
- How to get the most of ICT in the languages classroom (22-25 June 2011) in Madrid, Spain.
- The Common European Framework for Languages: from theory to practice (24-28 August 2011) in Grenoble, France.
What's more, this year participants can apply to get their conference fee, travel and subsistence costs paid for. To find out more, click on the seminar which interests you above!
REAL goes from strength to strength
We now have more than 4,000 individuals across Europe on our mailing list: from language teachers and language teacher associations to policy makers, agencies and organisations which support language learning.
However, we are keen to reach as many people as possible, so please forward our newsletter or our page links to your friends and colleagues in the language world, so that they can find out all about REAL and ask them to subscribe by clicking here.
Get in touch!
The REAL network is your network and we have much to learn from one another and a wealth of resources and ideas to share. If you’d like to send us information, events or ideas for the next newsletter, please contact contact[at]real-association.eu.
Through REAL we have the opportunity to bring together hundreds of thousands of language teachers from across Europe. By acting together we can:
- be a strong voice to promote the importance of language learning;
- have a real impact on the quality of language teaching;
- make the voice of language teachers heard by policy makers and politicians;
- support plurilingualism and the diversity of languages in Europe.