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What is the English Teachers' Day?

The English Teachers' Day (ETD)'s objectives are:

  • to share and exchange ideas, material(s) in view of an evolving teaching and learning environment

  • to engage teachers in their realities and discuss and clarify these realities

  • to adapt teaching methods to new emergent social and educational contexts

  • to establish a strong, effective professional learning community (PLC)

  • to prepare the future of English teaching and learning in Luxembourg

The ETD Organizing Team

Bebing Chris (LAM)

Decker Marie-Jo (LAML)
Heiter Liz (LMRL)
Pesch Chris (LCE)


Keynote and Workshops

From morning until lunch, there will be the traditional keynote speech, workshops, publishers' stands and opportunities to network.

Speeches and Workshops

After lunch, we will have two shorter speeches, workshops, an awards presentations, while there's still time to have a look at the publishers' stands and to chat with colleagues.

And then?
Anniversary Celebration!

Once the hard work is done, we will wrap up our event with the traditional prize draw, followed by a special anniversary reception.



ETD ‘19 Venue

Please note that, due to another event attended by Prince Guillaume, the Forum Main Hall is not available for our annual meeting.

Registration, keynote speeches, catering and final reception will be held at Lycée Aline Mayrisch, Salle Jacky Antoine.

Workshops are run at the Forum (1st floor) as usual.

We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Parking will be available at the Forum but we are no longer allowed to park cars in front of the building (security reasons).

Since its inaugural edition in 2010, the English Teachers' Day has been proud to attract some of the most respected voices in the field of ELT to come to Luxembourg.

Keynote speakers have included Charles Alderson (in 2012), Gary Anderson (in 2015), Catherine Butler (in 2014), David Crystal (in 2016), Edmund Dudley (in 2016), Jamie Keddie (in 2014), Philip Kerr (in 2015), Hania Kryszewa (in 2011), John Mikton (in 2018), Keith Morrow (in 2010), Amoz Paran (in 2012 and 2017), Michael Swan (in 2011), Shaun Wilden (in 2018) and Shelley Wong (in 2014).

On top of these there have been countless great workshops led by guests from abroad, as well as many talented local teachers.




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Lycée Aline Mayrisch &

Forum Geesseknäppchen

38 – 40 Boulevard Pierre Dupong,

1430 Luxembourg

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