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Recordings and Slides from Day One of the OLLREN 2nd Annual Conference

  The Recordings DAY 1 – October 5, 2017 Paul Miller VEO and VEO Europa: enhanced interactional insight for learning, shared across global networks http://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/pojczvt1fohe/C Daniela Martino Technology-aided activities in the teaching and learning of foreign sounds http://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/p2xl268jtnrh/ Fabiana E. Mallon The power of digital badges: impact on the motivation of primary students of EFL […]

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Recordings and Slides from Day Two of the OLLREN 2nd Annual Conference

DAY 2 – October 6, 2017 Geoff Stead But does it do any good? Understanding the impact of Quiz your English http://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/pnf04z1cmn4m/ James Pengellay Speaking of ICT: Does IT enhance the language learning environment? http://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/py4w65g1pmx0/ Mark Oliver Increasing learner noticing of errors and feedback through Text Chat http://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/p21rb23gfwxe/ Graham Stanley Remote language teaching http://iatefl.adobeconnect.com/pcn36ai59lp9/ Liliana […]

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Meet Our Speakers at ELT Malta 2017

After quite a few months of preparing for the LTSIG strand at ELT Malta, from the first call for proposals to the granting of scholarships, from communication with speakers to publishing content, we are proud to present all of our confirmed speakers. Get to know more about our presenters by clicking on the photos in […]

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Interview with Marisa Constantinides

  Marisa Constantinides describes what it means for the LTSIG to be collaborating at edtech conferences around the world, she gives a detailed account of the benefits of becoming a member of the LTSIG, and finally, talks about the upcoming ELT strand at ELT Malta 2017, while describing the significance of her own talk, “from […]

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Portraying Yourself Online

Our LTSIG Co-ordinator, Sophia Mavridi, talks about the work of the Learning Technologies Special Interest Group and answers questions about her own presentation on Digital Citizenship. This area of research is  both fascinating and elusive. It’s fascinating with regard to the prospect of  becoming more self-aware as teachers online, and elusive in the sense that […]

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