14 February 2014

''IT In English Language Teaching''

ELTA and American Corner have a pleasure of inviting you to the workshops to be held by George M. Chinnery on the topic



Wednesday, 19/02 at 18:00, American Corner Belgrade

Thursday, 20/02 at 18:00, American Corner Kragujevac

GEORGE M. CHINNERY is the Regional English Language Officer (RELO) for Central and Southeastern Europe, based in Budapest. Prior to that, he was Assistant Professor of Faculty Development at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center in Monterey, California. Outside of the government, he has also taught, trained and administered  language language progress in academic and corporate and settings, including the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) and the McDonald's Corporation. George has been an English Language Specialist, a Senior English Language Fellow and a Peace Corps volunteer, and has worked in Turkey, India, El Salvador, Russia and Romania, as well as in the U. S. His professional interests include the creative integration of technology in language teaching.


  1. Nice write-up! Being able to write creatively is something not all of us are capable of. Count yourself blessed because you have a talent. Getting into the mood in writing does not have a set of rules to follow. ‘To each his own’ is what people say; however, a list of suggestions wouldn’t hurt. write your story

  2. Dear Malik,

    Thank you for your comment and these nice words as well as your suggestions. I'll do my best.