Tag: Web 2.0

A PLN for ELT Professionals

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

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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The Next Big Thing – what is it? Is ELT becoming a fad-driven profession #ELTchat Summary 20/06/2012

Fads, trends and robots taking over the world!  This is a summary of the #eltchat held at 12noon BST on Wednesday 20th June, 2012.  The full title of the chat was:   ‘The Next Big Thing – what is it?  Is ELT becoming a fad-driven profession?’ I have to admit that I wasn’t particularly inspired…
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If you could recommend one particular webtool for the classroom, what would it be, and why? #ELTchat Summary 29/02/2012

This is the summary of the second #eltchat on Wednesday 29th February. To find out exactly what #eltchat is, click here. (Since this post is full of links which may change/move at a later date, please let me know if any of them are broken. Thanks!) “IF YOU COULD RECOMMEND ONE PARTICULAR WEBTOOL FOR THE CLASSROOM, WHAT WOULD…
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Using Wikis in ELT – #ELTchat Summary 09/11/2011

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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Virtual Learning Environments #ELTchat Summary 02/11/2011

This summary was contributed by Phil Longwell @teacherphil on Twitter and is reproduced here with his kind permission from his blog   This is a rough summary of an old #ELTChat, dated 2 November 2011, which I volunteered to write as I (am) currently researching the topic for an upcoming job interview.  It also connects with my MA…
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