Call for proposals: The FIPLV Nordic-Baltic Region (NBR) Conference, Tallinn 2016


The Language Teacher and Teaching at Crossroads

9 June – 11 June 2016,Tallinn (Estonia)


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The FIPLV Nordic-Baltic Region is pleased to announce NBR 2016 conference hosted by Estonian Association of Foreign Language Teachers in Tallinn (Estonia).

The conference aims at providing a platform for the discussion of the changing roles of the teacher, dissemination of good practices of teaching in the 21st century with a special focus on research insights, innovative ideas and hands-on-activities.

Conference website: Select English Click

Key speakers: Terry Lamb (UK), Franz Mittendorfer (Austria), Martin Ehala (Estonia), Mart Laanpere (Estonia)

The conference programme focuses on the following topics:

Language Policy and Language Education Policy; Learning and Teaching Less Widely Taught Languages; Traditional vs. Innovative Teaching Methods; The Teaching Profession and Teacher Networks: Today`s and Tomorrow`s Challenges; Emerging Technologies in a Digital Age; Quality in Language Teaching and Learning; Multilingualism and Employability

Submission of Proposals

You are kindly invited to share your knowledge, expertise and skills of teaching in the 21st century during the conference on 10 and 11 June 2016.

Submission of proposals is open from 10 December 2015 to 15 February 2016.

The languages of presentations, workshops and poster presentations are: English, German, Finnish, Russian, French and Spanish.

Conference Fee

Speaker and non-speaker fees are the same. The fee includes attendance at the conference sessions; name badge, conference bag with a conference programme, promotional materials and USB flash with conference presentations; coffee breaks and lunches, cultural programme on June 9 and 11, reception on June 10 and a certificate.

The registration started on December 15, 2015. Registration of speakers – until February 15.

Early-bird registration lasts until 29 February.


About fiplv

FIPLV exists for the worldwide support, development and promotion of languages through professional associations. We are active in over 100 countries and cover several hundred thousand teachers of languages worldwide.
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