Countdown to IH BCN ELT Conference 2019 – Speakers in Focus #1

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As part of our countdown to the International House Conference in Barcelona, which takes place on 8/9 February, this is the first of five posts which focus on the speakers on the LTSIG strand.  The IATEFL Business English SIG and IATEFL Leadership and Management SIG will also be there.

First up is Nicky Hockly.

Session Title: Remixing digital creativity

Digital literacies and creativity are both key 21st century skills. Being digital literate in the 21st century includes understanding ‘remix’ – reworking original digital content to create new digital artefacts. Remix provides a virtual space for learners in which both creativity and language learning can be supported. In this workshop, we explore remix in detail, including how it can be used with – and created by – your own learners.  Here, Nicky introduces her session:

Nicky is Director of Pedagogy of The Consultants-E ( She has worked in the field of English Language Teaching since 1987, is an international plenary speaker, and gives workshops and training courses for teachers all over the world. Nicky writes regular columns on technology for teachers in ETP (English Teaching Professional) magazine, and in the ELTJ (English Language Teaching Journal). She has also written several prize-winning methodology books about new technologies in language teaching. She can be contacted via:


Blog name: eModeration station

Webpage: The Consultants-E

Books / material published:



The official programme for this event, showing all the speakers, is shown below. This can also be found on the official IH Barcelona site. As of 16 January, there are less than 20% of tickets remaining. You can enrol here and there are 10% discounts for IATEFL members and 15% discount for LTSIG members. To get this discount please use the discount code sent out to members in an email on 11 January.

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