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Cambridge English Language Assessment participates at Fischers 2013 National Conference for English Language Teachers in Bucharest

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Cambridge English Language Assessment participated once more with great pleasure in the 2013 National Conference for English Language Teachers, successfully organised by Fischer in Bucharest, Romania for the 6th consecutive year.

This year’s focus was on digital vs. traditional language teaching with many of the speaker guests addressing the issue through various viewpoints, aimed at examining both the pros and the cons in each approach as well as evaluating the necessity and efficiency of different teaching trends in Romanian schools. Concurring discussions also revolved around the topic of international validity in relation to language certification, with many of the workshops and plenary talks dealing with international exams and evaluations and their impact on teaching.

Cambridge English Language Assessment would like to thank the organisers and the over 200 colleagues who attended the event. We look forward to seeing you all again in next year’s conference! Scroll down to look at some pictures from the event.

Cambridge English's Aniella Busila ans Steluta Stefanescu, Consultants for Romania.

Cambridge English’s Aniella Busila and Steluta Stefanescu, Consultants for Romania.

A look inside the presentations room

A look inside the presentations room

With colleagues from the British Council Bucharest

With colleagues from the British Council Bucharest

Written by Cambridge English Southern Europe

September 10, 2013 at 10:00 am

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