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LTSIG Monthly Montage

LTSIG MONTHLY!

Following on from our popular and well attended webinar series, LTSIG Fridays, between April and June of this year, we have moved to a monthly webinar, which will take place on Saturdays. These will not clash with the IATEFL webinars which usually take place once a month on that day. We hope you can join […]

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Tech It Easy: WordEngine

This guest blog post, jointly written by three Ecuadorian student-teachers focuses on a recent international vocabulary tournament using one particular browser-based tool, WordEngine. The idea for the post was submitted by Elizabeth Bekes, who is a teacher trainer and volunteer mentor for the Action Research Mentoring Project at the Universidad Nacional de Educación in the […]

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LT Special Edition - Front Page (April 2020)

Special Newsletter on Remote Teaching

On 6 April we published and shared information about how to obtain a special edition of our newsletter on remote teaching and teaching online. Brand new interviews with lots of experienced practitioners are included. This newsletter was originally made available to all IATEFL members, not just members of the LTSIG. At the request of our […]

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LTSIG FRIDAYS!

Announcement for members and non-members. Come join our LTSIG Fridays webinars on this important topic during the Coronavirus crisis. A weekly webinar specialising on How to teach English online. SCROLL DOWN FOR UPCOMING WEBINARS AND ALL THE RECORDINGS SO FAR When: Every Friday from 3pm – 4pm UK timeWhere: https://zoom.us/j/885028983 Meeting room ID: 885-028-983 This […]

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Online tools for literacy and collaboration

by Christina Chorianopoulou Educators are constantly presented with the unique opportunity to build communities; vibrant hubs where knowledge is explored and minds and futures are shaped. A language educator has the additional advantage of building such hubs using an extremely powerful tool: language itself. The question is, what tools can we use to really build a […]

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