Ana Bratkovic holds a Master of Arts in Language and Literacy and has worked in the education industry since 1994. She has enjoyed a range of diverse and interesting roles in ELICOS, High School and adult migrant teaching, quality assurance & monitoring services, and event management. Since joining NEAS in 2002, Ana has applied her experience and passion for quality education to the many roles she has enjoyed which have included Quality Assurance Assessor, Conference Convenor, ATB Manager and now General Manager. Prior to teaching, Ana worked for the Australian Bureau of Statistics in Canberra as a Graduate Economist.


English Language Teaching – One Size Does not Fit All!
Over the years, teachers and English colleges have employed methods of teaching English which were popular for a while but were then replaced by a new method or even a fad! Today, teachers no longer rely on one method, book or approach. Today’s teachers are expected to be highly qualified and experienced to ensure that lessons engage their students and meet their needs. This workshop will demonstrate the most effective methods of English language teaching that today’s learners enjoy. Participants will have the chance to experience these methods first hand and therefore gain a better understanding of how they can support and encourage their family members and friends who are learning English.