Tag Archives: technology

Come to #ILILC5!

It’s now February so it’s time for the next instalment of the ICT Links into Languages Conference commonly known at #ILILC. Inexplicably pronounced like a symptom of chicken pox, it is the place to be for language teachers. With two days of seminars and workshops plus a Saturday evening Show and Tell, there’s plenty for […]

Are you a Twit or a Tweep? #etuk14

I”ve been presenting today on Twitter at the UK National eTwinning Conference in Nottingham at the National College of Leadership. Below is my presentation – the videos have obviously not uploaded so I’ve embedded them below. I’ve also added a link to my Pinterest where I’ve bookmarked some useful links to Twitter, particularly in education. Are […]

My Journey with Technology – #SanakoTILT

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, […]

TeachMeetEdShow – my 2+7 minutes

Last Friday (21st) saw me charging from Stafford to Marston Green, and then running at high speed (wearing inappropriate shoes obviously!) from the carpark to Hall3 for TeachMeetEdShow. Fortified by hugs from various people including Simone (who is as bonkers as me which helps) and Buncey (who is exceedingly clever but also daft as a […]

Stafford Primary Languages Conference – Tip Top Language Learning

As promised, my presentation from Stafford last week! A quick whip through some of my favourite activities with a view to inspire and also keep everyone awake after lunch 😉 Links – Rachel Hawkes’ phonics Music for Los vocales D.I.S.C.O. Rhabarberbarbara Jo Rhy Jones phonic activities  Oso Pardo pdf Boowa et Kwala – Peut tu […]

Tools for learning languages #lupgceict2014

  I’ve spent today at University of Leicester talking to Primary PGCE students about using technology as part of a yearly event organised by Doug Dickinson aka @orunner. I took part in the original one and have missed the last two as I was in Switzerland so it was good to be invited back this […]

A beginner’s guide to iPads in the Primary Language classroom #ililc4

My first session at #ililc4 was aimed at beginner users of iPads in the Primary classroom. My presentation is below, and under that I’ll briefly recap the session. You can find helpful links, ideas and tutorials at bit.ly/lisiboipad Beginners guide to iPad in the Primary Language Classroom from Lisa Stevens After looking at some of […]

Reflections on #ililc4

After a week in which my exhaustion was overcome by the enthusiasm of my learners, I’m finally getting around to posting about #ililc4, the cause of said exhaustion. I love #ililc. Every year, I look forward to it, and it’s especially special as I’ve flown back from Switzerland the last two years to speak there. […]

#EDUtalk 3-4-13 – Lisa Stevens

Last Wednesday I was invited to be the guest on Radio Edutalk. EDUtalk is organised by David Noble (@parslad) and John Johnston (@johnjohnston) and encourages people to talk about education, using mobile and web technologies. I was really honoured to be asked and enjoyed the talking about my experiences and thoughts on education.  We talked about my […]

I want to break free – #ILILC3

My first presentation at ICT Links into Languages Conference aka ILILC3 was entitled I want to break free. The blurb promised – In I want to break free  we’ll be looking at ways to break away from ‘chalk and talk’ and involve learners, encouraging them to interact with and demonstrate their understanding as they learn using (mobile) […]