This weekend I’ve been in Nottingham at the NCL (I think that’s what it’s now called!) for the National eTwinning Conference. “Interesting” given the events on Friday but also good timing as I can’t think of anywhere I’d rather have been at such a time, reaffirming the joy and value of collaboration. After several requests following […]
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My second session was all about cross curricular language learning; how languages support other areas of the curriculum like literacy and maths as well as how languages can be taught in conjunction with and through other subjects and vice versa. Making Links – Cross curricular language learning from Lisa Stevens I mentioned my Pinterest pages; here’s the link […]
Here’s my Keynote presentation from today’s Sanako Technology in Language Teaching (TILT) conference. In it, I reflect on my journey in language teaching, reflecting on the increasing role that technology has played. Along the way, I revealed my experiences (the good, the bad and the ugly) and discussed some of the tools that have proved useful, […]
Following on from last year and Bricklaying for beginners, and 2009 with Absorbing language learning, I’m once more presenting at ALL Language World. This year Language World is entitled All together now. Here’s the invite from ALL:- Join us ALL Together at Language World 2011, 8-9 Jul 2011 @ Imperial College, London: It’s a conference: A […]
Travel around the world by Harpagornis on Flickr Here’s the presentation and notes from my second session at #ililc – What can eTwinning do for you? Again, sound will follow as soon as possible! What can etwinning do for you? notes What can eTwinning do for you? # ililc View more presentations from Lisa Stevens.
Here is the Slidecast of my second presentation from Brighton. Apologies for the audio cutting out before the end – no idea what happened there! Perhaps the iRiver overheated! Apologies to @wizenedcrone for forgetting her real name – it’s Fiona Joyce!!! And the German site I mentioned was called GenkiGerman. Top tips for the Primary […]
Last week I was privileged to be asked to speak to MFL teachers from James Brindley, a very special school that covers the Birmingham Children’s Hospital as well as other centres around the city. Here’s my presentation – possibly doesn’t make as much sense as it might with audio but I didn’t record myself this […]