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Join us for an engaging workshop from HLT.digital series focused on various HLT topics

By Barbora Gecseová

Teaching is a rewarding yet demanding profession that requires continuous energy and dedication. However, among the daily challenges, it’s essential for teachers to prioritize self-care and find ways to replenish their energy reserves. In the upcoming HLT.digital discussion led session, we’ll explore the concept of “sharpening the saw,” as advocated by Stephen Covey, and discuss/share … Continued

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HLT.digital: Teaching for Tommorrow

By ranostaj

A two-day conference for English language teachers, which took place in Bratislava, Slovakia on 23rd and 24th February, 2024 was organized by the project partner – the Bridge. HLT – Humanism in Language Teaching, is what we believe in when it comes to teaching languages. At the HLT.digital conference, were presented HLT practitioners who have … Continued

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HLT.digital Conference in Tenerife

By Barbora Gecseová

The Tenerife HLT.Digital Conference, organized by our partner, the Escuela Oficial de Idiomas de La Orotava, was a valuable 2-day face-to-face event held in Spain. This conference emerged as a platform to showcase the humanistic values of our project website, www.hlt.digital . Attendees, including language school directors, managers, trainers, teachers, and researchers, enjoyed a rich … Continued

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HLT.digital: Humanising the coursebook: uneasy co-existence or creative partnership?

By Barbora Gecseová

This online webinar was broadcasted from Norwich, UK, organized and hosted by the TransformELT and was attended only by online participants. The event introduced specific content, that is relevant for all teachers across various educational institutions – coursebooks and showcased the project website, two online tools and how they can be used. The event featured … Continued

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