‘From ideas to reality: making critical choices’
We are very pleased to have Susan Holden talk at our SATEFL event at Edinburgh School of English.
Susan Holden is based in Callander, where she runs a small ELT publishing company. She has had a long and varied career in the ELT world, involving teaching, teacher training, writing, editing and publishing. This has included work in Central and Eastern Europe at a time of transition and change in the 90s, and in Latin America (especially Brazil) for over a decade. As editor of MET magazine for over 15 years, and ELT Publishing Director at Macmillan and then Prentice Hall, before setting up her own company twenty years ago, she has seen the ELT writing and publishing world from a number of different viewpoints – both positive and negative.
Continuing: Tried and Tested! We would like to revive this once popular feature where SATEFL members share their favourite activities. Seen something great at IATEFL, do share it with us. This way you can also gain experience as a public speaker and be published in our Newsletter. If you are interested, contact the SATEFL chair, Mate, at firstname.lastname@example.org .
10:00 – Registration, refreshments and time to browse the book display
10:30 – Susan Holden talk and discussion
‘‘From ideas to reality: making critical choices’ We will discuss how ideas for teaching, learning and training materials are shaped by practicalities, feedback and changing realities, using the development of Péter Medgyes ‘The Non-Native Teacher’ as a practical working example.’
11.30 – Coffee and biscuits
12:00 – Close
Members: free – Non-members: £10, payable on the day
Individual £35, Student/unwaged £15, Institutional £70 (2 people), £150 (5 people)
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Edinburgh School of English, 271 Canongate, The Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH8 8BQ