Organizaciones - Reino Unido

Association for Language Learning (ALL)

Asociación de profesores de lenguas extranjeras en el Reino Unido en todos los niveles educativos.

Association of Language Testers in Europe (ALTE)

Asocición creada en 1989 por la Universidad de Cambridge y la Universidad de Salamanca.
ALTE reúne a las principales instituciones en materia de certificación de idiomas, que colaboran para promover una evaluación ecuánime y precisa de la competencia lingüística en Europa y otros continentes. ALTE organiza conferencias y cursos consagrados a la evaluación de lenguas, al tiempo que desempeña una labor de auditoría de calidad para la supervisión de los exámenes de idiomas en Europa.


ELE-UK is an organisation of teachers of Spanish in Higher and Further Education institutions in the UK. ELE-UK aims to be a platform for colleagues specialised in Spanish language teaching to meet and share their expertise and experience in the field.

Film in Language Teaching Association (FILTA)

FILTA is an association of language teachers, film educators and researchers. FILTA was formed for the purpose of providing a forum for the exchange of information related to the use of film in language teaching. We are also concerned with issues dealing with education, instruction and training in multimodal literacy and its application to language learning.

Our aim is to work with the theoretical framework of “learning in a participatory culture” outlined in the 2006 White Paper “Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century” (Jenkins et al): encouraging online community memberships, the use of collaboration to solve problems, and the use of technology to shape the flow of media.

Third-age Language Learning (TALL)…

TALL is an international and cross-disciplinary network of researchers and language teachers interested in older adults’ language learning.
We can learn a new language at any age! As people get older, their learning capacities change, and their approaches to learning may change as well. Older adults may also differ from younger people in how they prefer to be taught.

TALL members are looking into these issues in their research and practice. We take a positive view of later life stages instead of emphasising losses or potential deficits.

It is our aim to formulate a more balanced narrative surrounding language learning and use in later life and ageing more generally.

In our research, we explore inter- and intra-individual developmental paths and the interactions of multiple factors in older adults’ language learning and use.

En esta sección se recogen asociaciones e instituciones relacionadas con la enseñanza de ELE.