Seminar

November 19, 2007 at 5:26 pm | Posted in EFL ELT | 2 Comments

The Web 2.0 for ELT teachers: Podcasts, Blogs, Wikis, Virtual Worlds and Digital Games

Date: November 26th – 30th , 2007. Venue: British Council, Caracas, Venezuela
This event offers a unique opportunity for those interested in deepening their knowledge on ICT and its integration in the language classroom.The seminar will be directed by Graham Stanley, British Council teacher and ICT co-coordinator in Barcelona, Spain. Throughout the week there will be opportunities for dialogue with teacher from different universities in Venezuela.Aimed at teachers with advanced knowledge on ICT and teacher trainers.
This British Council seminar focuses on the web 2.0 tools and their ELT applications. The seminar focuses on:Podcasts and Video-podcasts
Blogs (RSS-Tagging-Tecnorati) Wikis & Whole language approach
Virtual Worlds,Digital games

The seminar offers hands-on activities and the development of institutional projects. Seminar participants will also listen to some experiences and projects developed by Venezuelan teachers concerned with ICT integration in ELT in public university and schools.The seminar will be organized by British Council Venezuela and AVEALMEC (Asociación Venezolana para la Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de Lenguas Mediados por el Computador) , which is a young emergent association interested in promoting the use of technology in ELT in Venezuela.

 

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  1. Hi Nahir – a very good summary of the seminar this – look forward to meeting you soon!

  2. Hi and thanks a lot for visiting Graham. I’m also looking forward to meeting you at the seminar.

    Nahir


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