American Councils Moldova educators present at the Annual International Conference for English Teachers

May, 4 2015

American Councils Moldova had a noticeable presence at the Annual International Conference for English Teachers, organized by Moldovan English Teachers Association (META), on April the 25th, 2015. The event was attended by 180 teachers of English from all over Moldova. The topic of the conference was "Learning New Languages - Opening New Doors".


Members of the American Councils Moldova staff, American Language Center (ALC) and ACCESS teachers came to share their experience with teachers from Moldova. Anna Gabur, ALC Director of Education, led a session entitled "Fluency and/or Accuracy: combining the two key elements", and Olga Morozan, ACCESS Program Coordinator shared her experience on "Digital Game-Based Learning". Two ALC instructors, Tabureanu Vera and Aculov Rodica, presented their topics, "Level of Technology Integration into the Classroom" and "The Use of Online Tools will Motivate and Enhance Your Students' Results" during the Panel Deiscussions session, while Alina Mardari, another ALC instructor, took part in the opening session along with Bob Earlie, Ireland.

Two ACCESS teachers - Svetlana Lungu and Ceban Corina also took part in the conference. Ceban Corina has presented a session with Beni Combs - a Peace Corps Volunteer who was the national coordinator of Write On! international competition.

The Annual International Conference for English Teachers is an important event that unites professionals from the whole country and American Councils Moldova, having been represented by 8 members, invested gladly in the professional development of teachers in Moldova.


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