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

Jeff Kuhn: The World is Not Enough: The Need for Game Design

Jeff examines how we can utilize game pacing, possibility space, and intentional design - three key design elements of a good game.

Watch the recording of Jeff'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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