Marrakech - Moroccan Resource Centers of English Network (MoRCE-Net), an organization that encourages the improvement of the English teaching and learning process, will hold its third national conference from January 25th to January 27th, 2015, in Agadir.
Marrakech – Moroccan Resource Centers of English Network (MoRCE-Net), an organization that encourages the improvement of the English teaching and learning process, will hold its third national conference from January 25th to January 27th, 2015, in Agadir.
This year’s theme will be “Resource centers: Resourceful teaching and learning Opportunities.”
Mohamed Bakkas, MoRCE-Net board member, told MWN that “this conference will be an opportunity to pick the fruits of three years of hard work, dedication and collaboration. Showcasing portfolios of various resources centers will boost and consolidate the reputation of the network as an organisation that targets learners nationwide.”
The annual conference plays host to a number of experts and educators meet to suggest and exchange information about the best tools and strategies for improving methods used for learning and teaching the English Language.
This year’s conference comes from an extensive background in promoting English as a second language and will reaffirm MoRCE-NET’s determination to achieve its goals, which include exposing teachers and participants to updated, innovative English language learning approaches, creating opportunities to share expertise in terms of teaching and learning processes both nationally and globally, and sharing techniques on effective management of resource centers.
In conjunction with these objectives, the MoRCE-Net conference tackles several other themes, including “enhancing ICT skills of participants, creating and running English clubs and resource centers, and managing educational projects, cross-cultural exchanges, and citizen engagement activities, and others”, according to a press release issued by the MoRCE-Net official website.
The press release added that the MoRCE-Net board has already identified the target audience, which will be composed of “teachers involved in MoRCE-Net national ERC program, teachers whose schools have signed partnership agreements with MoRCE-Net, teachers who attended MoRCE-Net second national conference and who were given portfolios of evidence, and teachers who are interested in creating and managing English Clubs or Resource Centers.”
Since it was created in collaboration with the Ministry of National Education, the British Council and the U.S. Regional English Language Office (RELO), MoRCE-Net has succeeded in providing educational resources to many English language centers around Morocco.
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