InnovateELT 2019

InnovateELT 2019

This year’s InnovateELT promises more participation, deeper reflection and progressive content. Find out what’s in store for the ELT industry in the next five years and don’t miss your last chance to grab the last few early bird tickets – book now for 50% off.

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Talking about dyslexia: making ELT more inclusive

Talking about dyslexia: making ELT more inclusive

Dyslexia affects up to ten per cent of people in the UK and it is one of the most well known and researched learning difficulties. Yet, many teachers, publishers and digital product teams still feel ill-equipped to cater for dyslexic students. A 2016 survey of...

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5 tips for choosing & using video in ELT by ITN Productions

5 tips for choosing & using video in ELT by ITN Productions

During the “Making Effective Use of Video in ELT” pre-conference event at this year’s InnovateELT, ITN Productions shared some practical ideas for creating activities and lesson plans using video which teachers could start using in their classes immediately. This included the five key questions you need to ask when choosing a video for your class. 

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InnovateEdTech sessions: Harriet Ballantyne & Doug Belshaw

InnovateEdTech sessions: Harriet Ballantyne & Doug Belshaw

Here’s another look at some of the excellent talks from last year’s Innovate EdTech conference. First, we hear from Harriet Ballantyne, who talks about how to manage and develop online communities through learning apps, as well as the importance of gathering feedback from learners and acting on it. Then, Doug Belshaw gives us some great insight into developing digital literacies and shows how we can demonstrate achievement online with Open Badges.

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