Propose a topic for the 11th of March
Propose a topic for the 11th of March.
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- have not been covered already in previous #ELTchats
- are relevant to ELT teachers and teaching foreign languages
- are not targeted attacks on individuals or institutions
- are simply and clearly expressed.
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Tips for using text messaging with students (phones & apps)
Project Management Principles in the Classroom
Using Google Docs with students
Using social media type apps (i.e. whats app, snapchat, instagram) with students
What new activity, idea, etc have you used since the start of 2015?
Mobile learning. I’d like to hear, especially from Shaun, about new developments, because in spite of having had such topics in the past on eltchat, things change, and we should update each other, Twitter being a perfect venue for exchanging the latest news. I promise to attend the Twitter session, even if my topic isn’t selected!
The use of hashtags in EFL lessons.
Should leading ELT organisations support the call against nNESTs discrimination? If not, why?
As #efl teachers, does our teaching need to be unplugged, flipped, blended or even decentralised to make us better at our jobs?
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