Ready for a new direction for English Professionals in Austria?
TEA has been Austria’s national resource for English teaching professionals for over 25 years. Currently, the organization is dissolving and our new association will shift towards a more diverse board and management team, and expand to support translators, editors, testing pros, and writers. If you would like an opportunity to lead a project, special interest group, or become a board member or regional representative, we are very interested in hearing from you.
We really need your help to “get the word out.” Please share the survey and print the following flyer and post it where English Language Professionals can see it!!!
Download PDF Version of Flyer here: 20180522_elp_flyer
For more information about the Outgoing TEA Leadership click here
Incoming Leadership for Your New Association:
Dr. Josh Lange, EdD, MA, IDLTM – Chair
Josh became inspired by teaching Cuban refugees “English for Employment” as a public relations volunteer exercise while Director of Operations for a Fortune 500 US company. Since then Josh has built language programs around the world from Kindergarten to PhD level both in the private and public sectors. Triple-Certified by Cambridge English as a teacher, examiner, and manager, Josh also holds a Master of English, Doctor of Education, and directs his own specialist language services company in Vienna.
MA Katerina Lanickova, DELTA – Vice-Chair
Katerina has worked in various roles in the education industry in the past ten years – as a language teacher, trainer, examiner and director of studies. She holds degrees in teaching (Bachelor and Delta) and in American cultural and literary studies (Master) and has worked in Berlin, London, Brno and currently Vienna. Her main education interests include: learner motivation, working with multicultural classes, and continuous professional development. When not in the office or the classroom, she’s training for long-distance runs or baking sourdough bread.
- National Committee Chair of Translation – Mag. Elisabeth Lipold Müller (bio coming)
- National Committee Chair of Professional Development – MA Paul Talbot
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Marjorie Rosenberg, originally from the US, taught at the tertiary level for over twenty years in Graz, Austria and currently works with corporate clients, trains teachers and writes ELT materials. Her publications include In Business, two Business Advantage Personal Study Books, CDROM materials for FCE and CAE (Cambridge University Press), English for Banking and Finance 2 (Pearson), BEC Vantage (National Geographic-Cengage) and further works on Learning Styles. She has held workshops and talks at more than 100 international conferences and been a plenary speaker at over twenty conferences around the globe. Marjorie served as the Chair of TEA from 2003 – 2005 and as IATEFL BESIG Coordinator from 2009 – 2015. From April 2015 – April 2018 she held the posts of IATEFL VP and President as a member of the IATEFL Board of Trustees.
Dr. Otto Weihs has been with IMC FH Krems since 1998. He also was the owner/director of a language school in Vienna (International House Vienna) and university assistant at University of Vienna as well as lecturer at the WU Wien. He has worked in teacher training, has been a consultant for EC projects as well as conducted seminars for the VHS, BFI, WIFI, SPIDI. He has also been a speaker at IATEFL conferences as well as other venues. He has worked for FH Modul, ITM Semmering, Hueber Verlag, International House World Organisation, and BAZ. In 2001 he founded the company: Dr.Weihs-Bildungsberatung. At present he is the Head of English at FH IMC Krems. He is the proud father of two daughters and has been married for more than 20 years.
Lawrie Moore-Walter, MBA, MA is an American lecturer and teacher trainer who has been living in Austria since 1997. She teaches mainly ESP in both traditional classroom settings as well as on blended learning degree programmes. She is especially interested in encouraging students to collaborate and take responsibility for their learning. Lawrie holds a Cambridge CELTA and DELTA and is currently a Celta Course Tutor where she enjoys supporting new EFL teachers in the use of technology in the classroom.