NATE | National Association of Teachers of English
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NATE means «New way to learn other cultures
through learning the language»

Our job (as language teachers) is extremely difficult, confusing and scary because we are leading our students into an alien, strange world which is not only full of hidden traps but also changing non-stop. And the world is alien and hostile to both – the teacher and the student. In this case, nothing helps more than a well-educated, thoughtful teacher who loves both – what and whom he teachers and is supported by professional associations.

Svetlana G. Ter-Minasova, NATE Honorary President

NATE means «Team is better for doing great things than individuals»

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    Author’s methods and courses, teaching aids and real cases. All knowledge of NATE for effective   organization of educational process
  • Conference materials
    Collections of articles, presentations and much more
  • Projects, events and traveling
    Participation in projects of the NATE, personal invitations to the activities of the association

NATE means «Advanced methods of education»

The National Association of Teachers of English (NATE Russia), an IATEFL affiliate, is the national professional body representing teachers of English throughout Russia. NATE Russia promotes excellence in language learning, teaching, and research by providing opportunities for those involved in language education to meet, share, and collaborate. However, the educational landscape is changing, the needs of teachers are evolving, and now, perhaps more than ever before, NATE Russia is primed and positioned to be a leading organization in giving educators a voice.

  • 40 affiliated societies

  • 1000 members

  • 25 projects

  • 23 conferences

  • Place for You

some info about NATE members

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