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August 22, 2013

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Mongolia TESOL International Conference, October 2013

teach-English-in-Mongolia.jpgThis year the 7th National TEFL / 3rd Mongolia TESOL International Conference will be held at the Mongolian University of Science and Technology, Ulaanbaatar. The conference will be held on October 4-6, 2013 under the theme "Sharing Language Learning Experiences." University and secondary school teachers, university students, ELT professionals and educators are invited to present and participate in the conference.

Founded in 1997, the English Language Teachers' Association of Mongolia (ELTAM) aims to develop English language teachers at nationwide level and promotes all kinds of English programs. It supports English language teachers' development and, therefore, one of its major activities is organizing an annual conference to bring teachers to share their teaching practices and experiences and promote their networking.

Those wishing to present at this year's conference should request a proposal form with the guidelines for those who are willing to share ideas, experiences and discuss some of the latest ELT innovations. There is also an opportunity to volunteer during the conference preparation and organization. Contact organizers by e-mail (, or telephone at 99-279-476.

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