Dienstag, 11. Oktober 2016

Interactive Teaching in Languages with Technologies

E4.512-0667: Interactive Teaching in Languages with Technologies
Ton Koenraad / Shona Whyte
21. 11. 2016 | 19:00h - 20:30h
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iTILT [Interactive Teaching in Languages with Technology]:  a professional development project to support interactive approaches to language teaching with classroom technologies
The history of the project focusing on using the IWB for language teaching.

The results so far:
- development of open educational web resource with over 250 video clips of IWB-mediated language teaching practice http://itilt.eu
- publication of a collective volume with case studies of IWB use in language education (Cutrim Schmid & Whyte, 2014) and a research monograph focusing on collaborative action research in a task-based framework (Whyte, 2015).

Objectives of the new three year project: 
- moving beyond the IWB to focus on developing effective teaching and learning of second languages with a wider range of new and emerging interactive technologies (such as tablets, smartphones and video).
- supporting teachers in task-based approaches to technology integration through observation, reflection and sharing via an online community of practice.
Presentation of:
-  ways to exploit iTILT’s currently available resources in teacher education and continuing professional development (Koenraad et al., 2013)
- the interim results of the new project

Ton Koenraad, TELLConsult, Netherlands
Shona Whyte, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, France

Monday, 21. 11. 2016 | 19:00h – 20:30h CET

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