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APIER is a teacher association whose main goal is that of congregating teachers from all over the province of Entre Ríos to nurture, enrich and honour the ELT profession. We are a bunch of optimistic people who believe in professional development and want to make a contribution to our community in this regard.
We need a lot of other dreamers to accomplish our mission. Are you that dreamers? Are you going to help us pursue our goals? Come on! We are waiting for you :)
If you become a member of APIER you can:
-access teaching materials for free
-be in contact with ELT professionals
-attend the FAAPI annual conference with special discounts
-get published at AJAL (Argentinian Journal of Applied Linguistics)
-get the latest news about the IATEFL conference in the UK
-attend APIER conferences for free (or at a very low cost)
-meet a lot of wonderful people
How good is this deal?
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Messages from our followers
APIER was a must. Thanks to you all it has come true. Congrats and best of good wishes!
— Raquel Lothringer
— Graciela Yugdar
This is a great virtual place, supported by GREAT REAL people!!!!
— Ricardo Ramirez
What really drew us into the launching of APIER was the fact that we teachers from Entre Ríos were islands and needed to come together
— Cynthia Rubio
I'm so happy to be a member of APIER. We so very much needed an outlet for our ELT aches and pains. Keep it up, APIER!
I'm new in town and didn't really know much about APIER. Now that I do, I'm putting my name down to see it flourish. Bring it on!
— Romina Buttazoni