IATEFL 2015

49th Annual International IATEFL Conference and Exhibition

Manchester Central, Manchester, UK

PCE: 10th April 2015
Conference: 11th-14th April 2015

29th January 2015: Earlybird booking deadline - book now

Gaming and Gamification - a Win-win for Language Learning

2nd IATEFL LTSIG &TESOL CALL-IS Web Conference

Karenne Sylvester: Honey Coated Peas vs Chocolate Covered Broccoli, Part 2

Karenne explores the cognitive and psychological benefits afforded through the use of Gamified Language Educational E-tivities in the classroom.

Watch the recording of Karenne's presentation

Educational Technology & Global IssuesGISIG

An IATEFL LTSIG & GISIG event

Episode 1: Distrusting educational technology?

In episode one Philip Kerr interviews Professor Neil Selwyn, author of Distrusting Educational Technology and other books.

Listen to Episode 1

Conference: Digital ELT (Ireland) 2014

A joint event between IATEFL LTSIG & and the Marketing English in Ireland Association (MEI) with support from ELT Ireland

Keynote speakers: Gavin Dudeney, Dr Nellie Deutsch and Sylvia Guinan

Plenary recordings are now up on site along with copies of the presentations.
Visit the conference website http://www.digital-elt.eu/

 

Conference Video

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

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

Apps for mobile  learning: from theory to real world  application
with Caroline Moore

When: Sunday 18 December 2011, 4pm GMT

Caroline reported on a survey of language learning apps carried out with Paul Sweeney, and the features that they liked and those they didn’t.  She then described how she has applied this learning in two mobile app projects that she is working on. The first is an arcade style iPhone vocab game and the second is a highly ambitious project to adapt existing Adobe Flash-based course materials originally designed for CDROM for learners of English, French, Spanish and German. She described the challenges that had to be overcome, including decisions about what technologies and platforms to adopt, copyright and intellectual property issues, and how to make such projects sustainable and commercially viable.

Biodata
Caroline is Director of Constellata Limited and Co-Founder of LearnAhead Ltd providing consultancy, training and product development services in the use of technology and language teaching to publishers and course providers. She started as an ELT teacher and then worked for the British Council in various ELT-related roles. See www.constellata.com

The recording of this session is available to members of the LTSIG. In order to access the recording, log in and then select 'Online Archive' from the members menu.