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ESOE's Jenny Johnson gives conference talk

ELC Blog | ESOE Academic Manager, Jenny Johnson, gives talk at conference in Barcelona

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Jenny Johnson, Academic Manager at Eastbourne School of EnglishEastbourne School of English celebrates its 80th birthday in 2016. ESOE became a not-for-profit educational charity in 1966 to ensure that the school would be a champion for the highest standards in English language teaching. Today the school continues to play its part in helping to raise standards in English language teaching. In addition to promoting teacher development through the courses for overseas teachers it runs, ESOE staff also gives talks, workshops and seminars at national and international conferences. 

Jenny Johnson, Academic Manager, at Eastbourne School of English recently travelled to Barcelona to give a talk at the annual IH Barcelona ELT Conference. Jenny is a volunteer on the committee of the IATEFL Leadership and Management Special Interest Group (LAMSIG), which supports the Barcelona ELT conference by sending management speakers. Her workshop on 'Time Management for Managers' was very popular with around 45 people attending.    

 

 

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