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

Julie Sykes: Out in the World - Place-based, augmented reality games and language learning

Julie explores lessons learned from projectsfor the creation of place-based language learning games for participants’ learning contexts.

Watch the recording of Julie's presentation

Gaming and Gamification - a Win-win for Language Learning

2nd IATEFL LTSIG &TESOL CALL-IS Web Conference

Dawn Bikowski: Training Teachers to Think in Games

Dawn looks at practical examples of how teacher training workshops or courses can incorporate gaming principles, ranging from projects that are small to larger in scope.

Watch the recording of Dawn's presentation

Educational Technology & Global IssuesGISIG

An IATEFL LTSIG & GISIG event

Episode 2: Edtech and “constructive pessimism”

In this show Neil Selwyn considers MOOCs, edtech businesses and government power over education, the learnerfication of education, teachers and machines and the idea of a "constructive pessimism" about education technology.

Listen to Episode 2

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.

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