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You Tube Youth Culture & Storytelling in Education

     Image credit: Wesley Fryer   Jamie Keddie talks to the ebulletin about his presentation at the PCE at the 50th IATEFL conference, You Tube and storytelling.   You Tube Q: ” What was your presentation about at the LTSIG Pre Conference Event?” Storytelling Q: “Is story telling changing? If so, how?” Special thanks […]

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What is The Trinity CertICT Scholarship ?

  Learn more about the Trinity CertICT Scholarship today. Last week we published a teaser to get you excited, so by now you should be impatient to discover what this opportuniity is really all about.     As part of our commitment to facilitating our members’ continuous professional development, we are thrilled to announce that […]

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Instant messaging with learners

Instant messaging with learners by Kat Robb   You either love it or you hate it, but the fact of the matter is that smartphone technology is here to stay. It is intrinsic to daily life in a society increasingly dominated by electronic devices. Current global subscriber rates for mobile phones are 4.7 billion, and […]

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New Development Opportunities For IATEFL LTSIG members

Are you an IATEFL LTSIG member? Then this CPD opportunity might be for you. Trinity CertICT scholarship with the ConsultantsE is coming up soon!!     The scholarship The IATEFL LTSIG is collaborating with the ConsultantsE to bring you unprecendented support in making the most of educational technology. The ConsultantsE specialise in EDtech training. They work […]

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Rise Of The Global Teacher

Ground breaking project in Uruguay. Mina Patel, Executive Director, Video Conferencing for Global Learning, shares her experiences Can HD quality video conferencing(VC) technology  connect classrooms around the world and give students opportunities to ‘learn about anything, from anyone, from anywhere’ ? I  confidently say:”yes” My classroom is no ordinary classroom. As I step into the […]

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