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AzETA 10th International ELT Conference English beyond the Classroom Walls 22-23 June 2013

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February 2016


On Saturday, 6 October AzETA (Azerbaijan English Teachers' Association) held a meeting with the English teachers of Shirvan. The aim of the meeting was to introduce AzETA, discuss the possibility of launch of AzETA branch in Shirvan and to celebrate UN World Teachers’ Day which is annually celebrated worldwide on 5 October.

The event was held at the Shirvan State Economic and Humanitarian College. Peace Corps Volunteer Liz McHale opened the meeting and introduced the guests. Ms Envera Selimovic, UNDPI Resident Representative made opening remarks and talked about education and teachers’ roles in the development of any society. She also mentioned the importance of UN World Teachers’ Day and wished a happy Teachers’ Day to the participants.

Ragsana Mammadova, AzETA Founder & Executive Director first read World Teachers’ Day message by UN Secretary General, congratulated the teachers and made a presentation on AzETA activities in Azerbaijan since its establishment.

It was also discussed the importance of opening AzETA branch in Shirvan and its benefit to the teachers.

At the end the teachers celebrated World Teachers’ Day through a tea party.

We sincerely thank the Ministry of Education for the organisational support, Liz McHale, Peace Corps Volunteer for organising the event, Envera Selimovic, Head of UNDPI in Baku for joining the event & for her invaluable co-operation with AzETA, and Shirvan State Economic and Humanitarian College for hosting the event.

As the aim of AzETA is to assist the professional development of English teachers of secondary schools and universities throughout Azerbaijan both in public and private sectors, regular training, workshops are held in different regions of Azerbaijan for this purpose. Such a strategy resulted in establishing AzETA branches in 5 different regions of Azerbaijan. So far AzETA has the below branches:

• AzETA Baku Branch was established in 2003. It is located at:

Room 322, Baku Slavic University,
25 Suleyman Rustam Street, Baku AZ-1014

Tel.: (+994 12) 415068/416985/ (ext: 1-51)
Tel/Fax: (+994 12) 441 3632

It is also AzETA's Head Office.

The Director of the Branch is Hijran Huseynova, Senior Teacher of Baku Slavic University

• AzETA Barda Branch

AzETA Barda Branch was established in December 2010. Its office is located at:

School #4

The Director of the Branch is Tofiga Mammadova.

• AzETA Ganja Branch was established in 2003. Its office is located at:

4 Israfil Mammadov Street

Tel.: (+994 055) 709 3653

The Director of the branch is Humay Musayeva.

• AzETA Khachmaz Branch was established in 1999. Its office is located at:

School # 8 after Zarifa Aliyeva

Tel.: (+994 50) 364 5344

The Director of the Branch is Sevil Aliverdiyeva.

• AzETA Mingechevir Branch was established in 2004. Its office is located at:

Azerbaijan Teachers Institute
2 Heydar Aliyev Avenue

Tel.: (+994 50) 530 3223

The Director of the branch is Gulnaz Hajiyeva.

• AzETA Sheki Branch was established in 2004. Its office is located at:

International School # 8

Tel.: (+994 50) 649 7755

The Director of the branch is Afer Mammadova.

• AzETA South Branch

AzETA South Branch was established in April 2008. Its office is located at:

School #4

The Director of the Branch is Kemale Nesirova.

We work with:

The Ministry of Education of the Azerbaijan Republic
British Council
International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language
US Embassy
Khazar University
Baku Slavic University
Community Shield Azerbaijan
Peace Corps
IREX | The International Research & Exchanges Board

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