Where do you go to question, debate and explore cutting-edge concerns in education?
Educational Technology itself certainly stirs up its fair share of controversy.
The IATEFL Learning Technologies Special Interest Group invites the international teaching community to openly debate burning issues concerning educational technology. The blogosphere is our medium for debate, exploration, challenge, action research and reflection.
Should you wish to contribute, please email our assistant editor:
See details of our first blog debate in the flyer below
We want to hear from you !!
Contributors can write up to 1,000 words, drawing upon their teaching experience, giving examples and providing references to relevant literature.
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