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Preparing for Life in a Multicultural and Interconnected World

Susana talks about diversity and uncertainty in a world where students must be equipped to deal with complexity. Compelling key words in her interview include growth, a globally connected approach, collaborative learning environments and new learning/ teaching cultures. For more details about the project she will focus on at ELT Malta, watch her interview below. […]

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LTSIG Interview with Malta Grant Winner Graciela Alchini

Our second travel grant winner for the 6th ELT Malta Conference is Graciela Alchini who is going to talk about fostering collaboration through technology. She describes the process of seamlessly integrating activites and project work through inter-college collaboration. This talk at ELT Malta will be of great interest to teachers who wish to learn more […]

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Exploiting YouTube Videos in EFL to Foster Critical Thinking and Collaboration

Jake Delatolas-Saveris gives some background information on his upcoming talk about exploiting You Tube to enhance learner motivation while fostering autonomous learning skills for life. The 21st century dawned at the commencement of the Digital Age – a time of unparalleled growth in technology and its successive information explosion (Beers, 2011). Never before have the […]

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What Can Social Media Do For Teachers and Students?

By Sylvia Guinan We very happy to share a recent event in which members of the Learning Technologies Special Interest Group  participated. Three of our members, Sylvia Guinan, Marisa Constantinides & Angelos Bollas, were invited to present at the LTSIG Social Media Symposium for the Virtual Round Table Web Conference which took place on 6-8 May 2016. We are […]

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Technology and the teacher’s personality

Panel Discussion [IATEFL Poland 2015] In September 2015, during the IATEFL Poland Conference in Wroclaw, Peter Whiley chaired a Panel Discussion on ‘Technology and the Teacher’s Personality’. The participants included Dr Piotr Steinbrich, Ania Kolbuszewska, Jamie Keddie and myself. (Kindly ask your eyebrows to return to their normal position.)   ‘Technology and the teacher’s personality’ […]

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