Teaching English with Technology – does it work? Part 1
If you’ve had any contact with youngsters over the last few years, you’ll have noticed that they seem to spend a significant amount of their time glued to a range of digital devices. Partly because of this, English language teachers are often told that they should be using digital technologies to enhance their teaching and to increase their students’ motivation.
But the essential question – Do digital technologies actually help students learn English? – is not always asked. Let’s ask that question.
The 1-minute guide to Internet copyright, Creative Commons, and ‘fair use’This 1-minute guide (briefly) explores the areas of Internet copyright, Creative Commons, and ‘fair use’ for teachers. It follows on from my previous post – The 1-minute guide to plagiarism. Copyright and the Internet Contrary to what many of us may...
Two free online conferences 11-13 OctoberInterested in learning how educators are using technology with their learners in a range of different contexts around the world? Read on. There are a couple of free online conferences about using technology with English language learners next week (11-13...
The Principled Approach
How to effectively integrate technology (ICT) in a principled manner into your teaching