MELTA is a regional professional organisation for all English language teachers in the wider Munich area. We provide regular professional development and networking opportunities for our members.
Our mission is to connect English language teachers in our region to create a vibrant and supportive learning community.
To find out more, you are welcome attend one of our workshops or events and visit our website for regular updates.
If you are keen to develop your teaching and stay up-to-date with ELT trends, you’ve come to the right place!
October ELTA Events: Various ELTAs have events this month – click the links to learn more: Writing for Business English, Skills for the Future, Teaching with TED, Creating a Motivating Environment, and Business Communication.
MELTA News: The latest issue of MELTA News (summer 2020) is now online! Scroll down to the bottom of this page for the link.
MELTA Events: Due to recent developments, all face-to-face MELTA events have been postponed until further notice.
To find out more about who we are and what we do, click here.
Click here for teacher-to-teacher discussion groups and the MELTA bulletin board.
To find out how to become a MELTA member, click here.
To find out about and register for future MELTA events, click here!
For descriptions, slides, handouts and feedback regarding recent MELTA events, click here!
To access a list of open ELT positions, click here.
If you’re looking for an experienced and committed language teacher for your school, university or professional needs, this is the place to go.
Teaching tips from MELTA events and newsletters are archived here.
Many new arrivals in Germany also need help learning languages. To find out who they are and how to contact them, click here.
To access the links to MELTA’s partner associations in and outside Germany, click here.
For the current and past issues of the MELTA News, click here.
If you’re looking for information about the regulations for freelance teachers in Germany, this is the place to go.
To find out what’s going on in the wider ELT world, click here.