Announcement for members and non-members. A weekly webinar specialising on How to teach English online. Come join our LTSIG Fridays webinars on this important topic during the Coronavirus crisis. Kicking off on Friday 27 March with Joe Dale. When: Every Friday from 3pm – 4pm UK timeWhere: https://zoom.us/j/885028983 This is the designated LTSIG Fridays meeting […]
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Teacher’s toolbox series Teachers blogging about their favourite tools By Tim Thompson The novelty factor When I talk to educators who are excited about incorporating technology into their classes, I often hear words like “neat” and “cool”. When this happens, my first question is automatically “Neat for whom?”. Technology in an educational setting, and especially […]
Gavin Dudeney’s video on his talk and the LT SIG What do teachers need to do with technology? Gavin Dudeney talks about his workshop and what he hopes to achieve on the day – that’s April 6th on our special SIG Day during the conference! Gavin Dudeney is a member of the Learning Technologies SIG […]
Teacher’s toolbox series Teachers blogging about their favourite tools By Angeles Hergenreder Do you feel your teaching skills need an upgrade? Have you considered the help of smartphones to do so? Their usage is making a huge impact on our lives and that, of course, includes how and where we teach and learn. […]
Jo Hayes, our joint web editor, interviews Nik Peachey in our new 3 x 3 interviews series where she asks Learning Technology experts their views on all things EdTech in 3 short interviews with 3 questions in each. Nik Peachey is the author of Digital Video – A manual for language teachers:https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/digital-video/id1025275485 , Web 2.0 Tools […]
Jo Hayes, our joint web editor, interviews Nik Peachey in our new 3 x 3 interviews series where she asks Learning Technology experts their views on all things EdTech in 3 short interviews with 3 questions in each.
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 […]