Johanna Marius, MELTA Mitglied seit vielen Jahren, präsentiert ein paar Aspekte ihres Lebens im Rahmen einer Veranstaltung des MING Vereins (Munich International Networking Groups)
am 30.03.2017, 19 Uhr,
im Westin Grand Hotel, Arabellapark
im Restaurant “Paulaner’s” im Raum Fassanstich.
Drei Kontinente, mehrere erfolgreiche Karrieren und ein neues Leben in Ägypten, oder wie man die Augen offen hält für Möglichkeiten, die das Leben bietet.
Johanna würde mich sehr freuen, MELTA-Mitglieder bei dem Event begrüßen zu dürfen.
Course No.: E581230
Presenter: Dr. Briony Beaven
Free of charge for MVHS teachers · € 12.– for teachers of other VHSs · € 24 für non-VHS teachers
Register with Monika Schulze, Tel. (089) 4 80 06-6259, email@example.com · 20 places
Mindfulness is an ancient concept as well as a modern trend. Its benefits for education and learning are well researched, and mindfulness-based techniques are being implemented in more and more classrooms. In this workshop we’ll explore what mindfulness means, what a mindful meditation practice might involve, and how developing mindful skills can help us and our students to pay attention well and to communicate more effectively.
Your trainer: Jo Westcombe, teacher of English and of yoga, who has begun to tread the path beyond the physical and breathing exercises of yoga towards a regular meditation practice
Your room: 2.151, second floor at Gasteig
Your take-away: hopefully some new insights, as well as some practical ideas and resources for integrating mindful moments – in and out of the classroom
The IATEFL International Annual Conference & Exhibition each spring is one of the main events in the English Language Teaching calendar. Attended by over 2,500 ELT professionals from more than 100 countries, it involves a 4-day programme of around 500 talks, workshops and symposiums as well as a vibrant social programme. This offers delegates a unique opportunity to meet leading theorists and writers, and exchange ideas with fellow professionals from all sectors of ELT.
If you are unable to attend the conference but would like to keep up to date on what is happening there, you can watch live streams of some of the sessions and interviews, or view the recordings at your leisure. See https://iatefl.britishcouncil.org/2017
We are pleased to announce an afternoon of workshops from OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
On Friday 19 May From 2.30 - 6.30 pm At Gasteig in room 3.142
"The impact of visual communications in your business English classroom" with John Hughes
"Blending and flipping your Business English course book", also with John Hughes
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For full details and the bios of the presenters, click here.
(There will be a coffee break, courtesy of OUP.)