Posts Tagged ‘autonomy’

What, deep down, motivates our learners? How can teachers connect with what truly matters to them? #ELTchat Summary 10/12/2014

Tuesday, February 24, 2015 9:01 No Comments

by Marjorie Rosenberg   This lively chat got off to a roaring start as elt chatters commented on what motivation is and the different types that show up in the classroom. These continued throughout the chat although other topics came up in the meantime. These were that were at the beginning of the chat.   […]

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How can we help colleagues new to edtech without doing all the work for them? #Eltchat Summmary 06/02/2013

Wednesday, February 20, 2013 18:42 No Comments

Summary of #Eltchat 6/2/2013 “How can we help colleagues new to edtech without doing all the work for them?” FEB 16 Posted by lizziepinard on her blog Greetings all – after another long absence from the blogosphere! – and welcome to my summary for the #Eltchat discussion that took place in our little corner of the Twitterverse on […]

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Learner Autonomy: Is it important? If is it, why is it and how can we promote it? #ELTchat Summary 06/02/2013

Friday, February 15, 2013 21:51 No Comments

ELTchat, Wed. 6 February 2013, 12.00 Learner Autonomy: Is it important? If is it, why is it and how can we promote it; should we? I’ve punctuated the title a bit, in ways that Twitter discourages. This becomes important in the light of comments in light of one of the comments near the end of […]

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Using Wikis in ELT – #ELTchat Summary 09/11/2011

Monday, November 28, 2011 7:36 3 Comments

This is the summary of a very lively discussion held on Twitter. By Alexandra Koukoumialou (@AlexandraKouk) and Dina Dobrou (@DinaDobrou)     #ELTchatters gathered on 9th November to discuss wikis. As usual a wealth of ideas and links were shared. But let’s just start by defining what a wiki is: A wiki ( /ˈwɪki/) is a […]

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