MEMBER SURVEY 2022 REPORT
In 2022, a survey was carried out to gather information about our members; find out which services and events are preferred; and what we could do in the future to provide as varied and interesting a programme as possible.
Here are the results of the survey.
Please click on the button above or on the title of the session to access the PowerPoint Presentations of the various MATEFL webinar sessions for the years 2020, 2021 and 2022.
Tweakin' it - Alan Marsh AGM 2020
A Song for all Seasons - Jean Sciberras July 2020
A framework for Good Writing - Michael Bierne July 2020
John Hird's webinar December 2020
What is Academic Writing- Jean Theuma AGM 2021
Using Basic Online Tools - Larissa Jonk AGM 2021
(Not) playing it by ear - Natasha Fabri June 2021
Shortcuts for over-zoomed teachers - Aleksandar Mitovski June
Mindfulness in the Adult ELT Classroom - Corinne Vella June
Whizz-Bang Reading and Listening Tasks - Alan Marsh November 2021
Zooming-in rather than Zooming-out - Richard Twigg February 2022
Please don’t stop the music! - Jean Theuma June 2022
What is the Metaverse? - Richard Twigg June 2022
The Grammar of Conversation - Matt Done June 2022
Please teacher, can you explain this grammar to me? - Lyndsay Clandfield November 2022
What we talk about when we talk about interaction - Lyndsay Clandfield November 2022
Small steps to better listening- Matt Done February 2023
MATEFL Committee Nominees
There were 8 nominees for the 8 posts of committee members. Therefore there an election was not necessary.
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