It’s Not About Tools – It’s About Skills and Literacies

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Gavin Dudeney’s video on his talk and the LT SIG

 

What do teachers need to do with technology?

Gavin Dudeney talks about his workshop and what he hopes to achieve on the day – that’s April 6th on our special SIG Day during the conference!

Gavin Dudeney is a  member of the Learning Technologies SIG and served as a Committee Member for a number of years. His talk will close our special Day during the Conference on the Thursday and he has prepared a special video to tell about his history with the LT SIG and what makes his talk important to follow.

 

The teacher technology toolbox: the essential guide

Abstract of talk by Gavin Dudeney on Thursday April 6th

When integrating Educational Technology (EdTech) into teaching, is it the hardware, software and tools which are important, or the overarching skills and approaches which make the difference? In this workshop we will work together to design the essential Technology Toolbox, and fill it with the most useful elements for today’s busy teacher.

Gavin Dudeny is Director of Technology for The Consultants-E – working in online training and consultancy in EdTech – and also module leader (MATALL) on the NILE / University of Chichester MAPDLE (MA in Professional Development for Language Education). A former Honorary Secretary and Chair of ElCom at IATEFL (the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language), he now serves on the International House Trust Board. A regular keynote speaker at conferences worldwide, Gavin is also author of The Internet & The Language Classroom (CUP 2000, 2007) and co-author of the award-winning publications How To Teach English with Technology (Longman 2007) and Digital Literacies (Routledge 2013). His latest book, Going Mobile, was published by DELTA Publishing in 2014.

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