Last year's words belong to last year's language, and next year's words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning. T.S.Eliot
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ELT@lgeria website which was created on December 17th, 2007, was launched on Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008.

Since then, many Algerian committed educators have been collaborating to maintain the site and keep it updated.

Many rubrics have been added to the site to respond to teachers’, supervisors’ and students’ needs.

Every month, the web is browsed by more than 1,500 visitors from Algeria and many other countries.

ELT@lgeria team keeps the educators updated with what happens in the world of education.

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Our History

            It all started with two educators: a teacher and her supervisor:

Mr. Louznadji, the founder of the website was overwhelmed with teachers’ reflections and enquiries. Needless to talk about their creative contributions to the professional development courses he had organized. Openminded as he has always been, he kept open doors to communication with all the teachers through a special e-mail box he named “ELTCell”, but his needs to share with more and more teachers and students urged him to think of creating an online space.

So, in collaboration with Miss. Mezough, the teacher who has been under his supervision for a decade, the two educators worked for months till they fixed a website for the whole country named ELT@lgeria.

The website was launched on Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008. And since then, the team members have been improving it by adding new rubrics and creative teaching materials dealing with different educational and pedagogical issues. They also keep in touch with more than 1100 registered members via weekly newsletters that reach many teachers all over the country.

All along half a decade, many teachers  have contributed exam papers, lesson plans and printable documents…

ELT@lgeria has been living online outstanding achievements for four years. It has been increasingly visited by educators from all over the world.


Our Philosophy

ELT@lgeria is the first online project that is based on the philosophy of sharing and life long learning. Indeed it is a project for the whole country.

Doors of contribution are open to all educators, teachers,  supervisors and students.

Visitors’ suggestions and comments are of great value to improve and maintain the website.

“Our aim is to leave something worth being used in the field of education,” Said Mr.Louznadji

 As  Peter Senge said: 

‘A shared vision is not an idea…it is rather, a force in people’s hearts…

at its simplest level, a shared vision is the answer to the question ‘What do we want to create?’    

Congratulations on this educational atchievement.
May we have many more years of achievements.
I was pleasantly surprised and very happy to know that a website for English teachers has been created. I wish to all of you success and all the best.
I offer especially
my heartfelt congratulations and best wishes to you Mr Louznadji and to your team. I really appreciate your outstanding achievements. Best of luck.
Congratulations, you all inspire me to be a better teacher and person. Renee California
Renee Noell Day
We are proud of our online outstanding achievements after more than half a decade.
Hello everyone on the ELT@lgeria Team, Congratulations on this wonderful accomplishement. The successes you have achieved reflect the hard work and vision that you all have put into this effort. And, as important as this 6-year milestone is for you, it is even more important for the students and teachers with whom you have worked. They are the true beneficiaries of your work. Thanks for continuing to put teachers and students first as you move into future years! May there be many more!!! Regards,

Ed.Edward Gragert Executive Director Emeritus, iEARN-USA

Warmest congratulations and sincere wishes on the 6th anniversary of ELT @lgeria website. Since its inception in 2008, the site has carved itself a respected reputation. The initiative of the ‘initiators’, under the guidance of Mustapha Louznadji,who deserves all my gratitude and respect, has added motivation and incentives to participate actively in professional development activities and educational issues.It has also reduced isolation and enhanced productivity. I hope ALL the colleagues throughout the country will get involved. Thank you Mustapha,thank you the team, thank you colleagues.

Seddik  AMMARI 

Inspector of National Education 

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