Martin East, current co-president of the New Zealand Association of Language Teachers, recently attended the 6th biennial conference on task-based language teaching (TBLT) which took place in Leuven, Belgium. The […]
As previously advised, the Annual General Meeting of NZALT took place as part of Waikato LangSem on Friday 21st August. The minutes of the meeting can be located on the […]
Thanks to the support of the New Zealand Society of Translators and Interpreters and the New Zealand Centre for Literary Translation and Wai-te-ata Press, the second edition of Mowo – […]
The Levels 1 and 2 Vocational Pathways refinement process is now complete. Information can be found at this link.
International Languages Week is 17-23 August 2015. A great opportunity to focus on the international languages space
The Language Testing Research Centre at the University of Melbourne, in association with the Association for Language Testing and Assessment of Australia and New Zealand, is offering several workshops that […]
Congratulations to Lynfield College students, who are the winners of the Language Perfect World Championships NZALT Award for the Top School in Languages in the NZALT network. Lynfield students earned 461,296 points in languages to place first […]
Martin East was recently interviewed for Education Week New Zealand – a regular electronic education bulletin. He spoke about his role as President of the Association and the Learning Languages […]
The Ministry of Education is about to initiate a Review and Maintenance Programme (RAMP) for Learning Languages. The purpose of the RAMP is to review the materials associated with Learning […]
International Languages Exchanges and Pathways, one of NZALT’s strategic partners, has a new website! Do go in and check it out.