[:sk]There are last spots at the camp. And since not everybody had got the Erasmus+ grant, we at the Bridge have decided to offer 5 grants for 5 enthusiastic teachers.
If you want to join us, just send us a short recording (using your mobile it is more than ok:) giving us your reasons to join and you can get a grant of 200€ or 400€. There are 3 grants of 200€ and 2 grants of 400€ to be given. Spend a minute, record your video, mail it to email@example.com latest on 2nd August and JOIN US 😊
We have prepared a summer camp for teachers that is designed to re-boot us/teachers and get us ready for the new school year. The camp will take place in Zaježová, Slovakia in August 6th – 13th, 2017.
You can expect thought-out programme including yoga, fresh vegetarian food, active workshops and practical evening activities. The ‘reboot’ camp is designed to fill you with energy and creative ideas so that you are ready to kick start the new school year with renewed enthusiasm and vigour.
There will be opportunity to address issues re ‘mind, body and soul’. The aim is that by the end of the week, you should feel relaxed, energised and able to go back to work armed with new/novel ideas and, more importantly, with a willingness to try them out.
An international team of professional teacher trainers, who will run the the camp programme guarantees a week worth taking part in.
Prof. Peter Medgyes has been an English teacher, teacher educator, materials writer and researcher (in his own words) ‘for the better part of his life’. He has written & edited 39 books, and about 180 papers. He was on the editorial advisory board of several journals of international reputation, including Language Teaching, English Language Teaching Journal and Language and Education. In addition, he has been a plenary/keynote speaker in over 45 countries. He has been awarded many honours, and served as Ambassador of the Republic of Hungary in Syria from 2005 to 2009.
Rakesh Bhanot started teaching English in Spain (1972), and since then he has been involved in various aspects of ELT (trainer, examiner, inspector, etc.) He is the founder Editor of Language Issues – the journal of NATECLA. He has co-edited several books and contributed to various educational publications, inc. The Times Higher Education Supplement, TES, EL Gazette, ELTJ. He has delivered workshops, seminars, conference papers, as well as keynote/plenary talks, in over 40 countries. He has been a trainer at several summer camps for teachers in Central Europe during the last 30 years.
Margarita Kosior is a tertiary educator teaching Language Teaching Methodology at Bachelor’s and Master’s levels. Margarita is a passionate storyteller, designs teaching materials for all ages and levels. As an advocate for social justice, Margarita believes in spreading awareness of global issues through ELT and presents her insights and ideas on her blog:www.eltforabetterworld.blogspot.com
Margarita is a regular presenter at international ELT conferences, she is an examiner, course book proof-reader, and serving on the TESOL Macedonia-Thrace, Northern Greece Board as the Vice Chair and ebulletin Editor-in-Chief.
Dimitri has given talks and run workshops on Educational Technology at numerous events in many European countries. At present, he is an Instructional Technologist at Anatolia High School and the American College of Thessaloniki, Greece. He is also the Advisor on Social Media and Learning Technologies at the American International Consortium of Academic Libraries (AMICAL). A regular EdTech writer for the TESOL Macedonia-Thrace Northern Greece quarterly magazine. Dimitri Blogs at dimitristzouris.org. More info and links at dimitrios.me
Dates: 6th – 13th August 2017
Price: 690€ without the Bridge grant
For more information don´t hesitate to contact us.
More info: firstname.lastname@example.org, +421 917 596 154