Nearly 150 English teachers working at various levels in Bangladesh and abroad participated in the event
Bangladesh English Language Teachers Association (BELTA) and Teacher Helping Teachers (THT), a Japan-based Special Interest Forum of the Japan Association of English Teaching (JALT), organised its two-day international teacher development training and workshop online for English teachers on 30-31 October.
Nearly 150 English teachers working at various levels in Bangladesh and abroad participated in the event facilitated by the team of seven resource educators led by Prof Dr Patrick Dougherty of Akita International University, Japan, said a press release.
The annual event has been organised by BELTA-THT for the last 15 years.
Due to the pandemic, the two partners have organised this virtual event this year with the Zoom Educational Account donated by Akita International University, Akita, Japan, the press release added.
Prof Dr Rubina Khan, President of BELTA formally inaugurated the event.