Call for Contributions

Teaching English Reflectively with Technology

An IATEFL LTSIG volume including contributions from the TESOL CALL-IS
Edited by Sophie Ioannou-Georgiou & Phil Hubbard

Members of the IATEFL LT SIG or TESOL CALL-IS are invited to submit 300-word chapter proposals by May 1, 2014

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Webinar: Sunday 15 June 2014, GMT 14:00 New Date

Innovations in Learning Technologies for ELT with Gary Motteram

This publication offers a different approach to the uses of learning technologies in the language classroom. These chapters we find actual descriptions of practice, we see the technological choices that the teachers make in the different contexts of activity. In some cases we see why they choose to do what they do, in some cases we learn more about the role of the institution or other colleagues.

Come join some of the authors of this publication in our LTSIG webinar. Click here for more information.

LT - Winter 2013

The latest issue of our newsletter, LT, is now available for LTSIG members to download.

Articles include:-
Huw Jarvis: CALL and Learner Autonomy | Paul Braddock: The Flipped Classroom | Suzanne Mordue & Sirin Soyoz: Just hit pause | Steve Muir: Telly learning at the Image Conference | Monali Chatterjee: Teaching Business Communication in B-Schools Using ICT | Nik Peachey: Evaluating authentic mobile apps for learning

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Webinar Archive Dinçer Demir

Enrich your storytelling with sound effects with Dinçer Demir (Turkey)

Words change in different languages but what about sounds? No, they don’t… That provides us great opportunities to collaborate language learning and sound effects.

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Conference Video

The 2nd video from the Image conference in June 2013 is now available on the TeachingEnglish website.

Ben Goldstein: The moving image: A history of video in ELT.