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TOMSK ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION (TELTA)

YEAR OF FOUNDATION: 1998

PRESIDENT Dr. Olga Obdalova (Associate Professor, National Research Tomsk State University, Ph.D. (Education) O.Obdalova@mail.ru 

 tel.: 8-903-913-70-96.

VICE PRESIDENT– Elena Klassen (Senior lecturer, National Research Tomsk State University) hklassen@vtomske.ru

MEMBERSHIP OFFICER – Inna Atamanova (Senior lecturer, National Research Tomsk State University) iatamanova@yandex.ru

OUR WEBSITE https://sites.google.com/site/tomskeltassociationtelta/home

ABOUT TELTA 

Tomsk English Language Teachers’ Association was founded in 1998 as a collective member of NATE in Russia. At that time it was one of the first associations in Siberia. It is a voluntary organization of school and university teachers that now comprises more than 80 members (2013), including both school and university teachers. The first President was Dr. Lidia Agafonova, Ph.D. (Education), Associate Professor of Tomsk Polytechnic University.

OUR MISSION

TELTA promotes the advancement of English as a second language learning and teaching in Tomsk by creating opportunities for professional development, by encouraging research, and by facilitating the sharing of information and the exchange of ideas among teachers. The TELTA fosters and advances professional excellence in the teaching of English as a second language at all stages of education, promotes and disseminates research, ideas and practices, innovation and evaluation in language education.

TELTA develops creative approaches to teaching students to use English as a means of personal development and realization. To achieve this various creative contests are organized every academic term.

TELTA promotes the development of cooperation between colleagues in Russia and abroad.

TELTA’s mission is also to arouse public interest towards the importance of English language teaching and learning, new approaches to organization of the teaching process.

TELTA MAJOR PROJECTS

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