Your digital questions answered: using technology with young learners
A great question comes from Luca in Italy, who asks:
How can I use technology with young learners?
With great tips on what to think about in terms of keeping your young learners safe, focused and engaged, find out Pete’s answer by watching the video below:
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The EFL classroom through digital curation
I wrote a few weeks ago about the great talk I went to during the last IATEFL conference in Liverpool; MLearning: is it a portable circus or just an illusion. I also had a chance to attend one more interesting talk: Filtering relevant information for the EFL classroom throughRead More
Digital awareness month at Macmillan Education: wrap up and competition
As part of our 10th birthday, digital expertise celebration , throughout April we at Macmillan Education have been celebrating digital awareness in EFL. We’ve invited people from all around the world to ask us their burning digital questions and our resident digital experts, Nana and Peter, have answered them inRead More
Onestopenglish at IATEFL 2013
As onestopenglish publisher, I speak regularly with all the teachers and expert authors who produce lesson plans and worksheets for the site. I love the immediacy and variety of the job: teachers from all over the world visit the site – according to our analytics software we reach teachers in overRead More
Self-access centres: should you or shouldn’t you?
As part of Digital Awareness Month, our digital gurus Pete and Nana ask a great question which comes from Rachel in New Zealand:
Should I open a self-access centre?
To find out the answer, and things you should think about before making this decision, check out the video below.
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More digital dilemmas answered in our videos
We’re still continuing to spread the word about digital this month by addressing some of your digital dilemmas.
In this week’s videos we’re looking at a couple of tools that you’re probably used to using for yourself. If you’re teaching in a country away from your family and friends, chances are you’llRead More
IATEFL Liverpool Day 1
Tuesday was the first day of the IATEFL conference in Liverpool. This year the talks have been cut down to 30mins and the workshops to 45mins and as a result you have a programme packed with loads of options. I think that is was a great idea to make the talksRead More
We’re live from IATEFL 2013!
This week is a big one for the ELT community, as it’s time for IATEFL. Naturally your BlendedMEC and Macmillan English Campus teams are here at the Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool from 9th-12th April. We’ll be giving talks, meeting people- just look out for our big red MacmillanRead More
Your digital questions answered!
April is Digital Awareness Month at Macmillan Education, and to help you make the most of using technology to teach English, we’ve invited people from all around the world to ask us their burning digital questions. Now, our resident digital experts, Nana and Peter, have answered them, complete with tips andRead More
To our blog readers,
Have a lovely Easter.
We look forward to bringing you more from the world of ELT soon!
The Long and Winding Road to IATEFL
There’s only a couple of weeks left until the biggest ELT event of the year – IATEFL. (We’ll be there of course, so come and see us!) So what better post than one to honour this year’s host city Liverpool and its most famous export?
Liverpool, affectionately called the PoolRead More
And the winner is…
Not many small 85-year-old men can command an audience of millions around the globe, but the excitement created around little Oscar creates each year for film stars and avid movie fans was felt on Sunday night as the biggest stars graced the red carpet outside the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
Language Show Live: Added Value of Multilingualism
Speaking in Tongues
The last but not least session I attended at the Language Show Live last November was a talk by Itesh Sachev. The aim of the session was to discover the myths about multilingualism and find out how speaking a number of languages affects our brains and benefitsRead More
Language Show Live: Online real-time communication
I suppose that currently there’s no problem in finding online communication tools and using them with students in language classes; the trick is in finding the one which works for the language benefit and students interests. Students tend to use online tools to communicate in spoken or written format in theirRead More
Language Show Live: Fun and effective uses for technology in the classroom
Fun ways for effective use of technology in your language classroom
When attending the Language Show Live I spent quite a lot of time in the Language Technology Zone. It was an area where, during 30 minute sessions you could try out, on the iPads provided, apps which were part of tasksRead More