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Dystefl2 booklet available under Creative Commons Licence BY 4.0 - Dystefl2 booklet is available for download at the project website.
The fourth newsletter has been published! - The fourth newsletter about the project DysTEFL2 have been published! Click here to download EN, PL, SL, EL
Dystefl2 booklet available under Creative Commons Licence BY 4.0 - Dystefl2 booklet is available for download at the project website.
DysTEFL2: Final Conference Łódź, Poland: 25 June 2016 - The Final DysTEFL2 Conference held on 25 June at the University of Łódź, Poland was attended by 130 participants, 69% of whom are in-service EFL...
Multiplier Event in Ljubljana, Slovenia 20th April 2016. - The one-day event took place at the Faculty of Education in Ljubljana. There were 72 participants. Firstly, the presentation of the DysTEFL2 project and the...
Multiplier Event in Kastoria, Greece, March 18th 2016. - The event was organized in a cooperation with Greek Applied Linguistics Association.  There were 58 participants.  All participants were either teachers or teacher trainers for...
The second newsletter has been published! - The second newsletter about the project DysTEFL2 has been published! Click here to download SL PL EN  
DysTEFL has been selected as a “success story” by the European Commission - DysTEFL – Dyslexia for Teachers of English as a Foreign Language project has been selected as a “success story” by a panel of experts from...
Dystefl2 Final Conference, 25th June 2016, - We would like to invite you to attend the final DysTEFL 2 – Dyslexia for Teachers of English as a Foreign Language conference, which will...
Free online learning course on ‘Dyslexia and language teaching’ - We are pleased to announce the second run of the free online learning course on ‘Dyslexia and language teaching’ between the 18th of April –...

DysTEFL2

DysTEFL2 project is a continuation of the Comenius Multilateral Project - DysTEFL 518466-LLP-1-2011-PL-COMENIUS-CMP (www.dystefl.eu) and intends to promote an effective approach to teacher training which reflects the latest pedagogical principles in teacher education.

DysTEFL2’s objectives follow from the ideas we put forward in the DysTEFL project and involve the exploitation of the DysTEFL’s outcomes, namely the DysTEFL course. (In DysTEFL2 we want to complement the DysTEFL's achievements by updating/supplementing the course materials, by designing a set of test/quizzes/exams and procedures for confirming the learning outcomes so that validated/certified training to EFL teachers can be offered. In DysTEFL2 we intend to further popularize the ideas promoted by DysTEFL among educational stakeholders. We believe this is how we can trigger further changes in language teacher training, mainstream language teaching and policy making as well. The DysTEFL project and its outcomes have been assessed as excellent by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, experts in the field of EFL and dyslexia as well as by EFL teachers. We want to exchange and spread this good practice by providing EFL pre- and in-service teachers with DysTEFL face-to-face and e-learning courses which will be organized in Poland and European countries which did not participate in the DysTEFL project, namely Greece and Slovenia. The courses will be organized in three countries but we intend to reach EFL teachers also from European countries not involved in the DysTEFL2 consortium. The project timeframe is 01.09.2014 - 31.08.2016.