A few days after Belta Day
Last Saturday (22nd March) I attended and presented at the Belta Day in Brussels, Belgium. The day started with a warm welcoming from the Belta president James Taylor and was followed by an inspiring talk by Jeremy Harmer. After that, there were some very interesting breakout sessions. The second plenary by Luke Meddings gave me a lot to think about regarding the material I use in the classroom and Dogme. Then came another round of talks. These breakout sessions were followed by some swap shop sessions where teachers exchanged views about what they heard during the conference. The day concluded with a small goodbye reception and then we all went home.
A closer look
The plenaries were thought-provoking and very interesting. They made me reconsider some of the things I do in class but also validated some of my practices.
The breakout sessions:
The swap shop sessions:
Thanks to everyone at Belta for making it a wonderful experience!
Till next time….
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