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Monday 27 November (14.00–15.00 UK time)
Wednesday 29 November (10.00–11.00 UK time)
Access to authentic language can now be achieved at the click of a button. Learners can not only exploit digital materials for language learning, they can also better connect language learning with the real world. This gives them the opportunity to acquire English when engaging with other topics of interest or when accessing different digital environments.
In this webinar, we will discuss different activities and projects that teachers can integrate into the classroom that exploit digital tools such as mobile apps, MOOCs and virtual reality. We will also look at how digital tools can be used by learners to share language they learn in the outside world, or different language landscapes.
Pippa Sutcliffe has worked in education and assessment since the early 1990s as a teacher, trainer, materials and resource writer and course designer. Since the early 2000s she has worked on an extensive range of online and digitally-delivered courses and training packages.
Karen Barns started her ELT career in 1991 and has worked as a teacher, teacher trainer and academic manager in Japan, Turkey, Spain and Portugal. Since joining Cambridge Assessment in 2003 Karen has worked across the business as an Assessment Manager, Teacher Trainer, Publisher and Programme Manager. For the last 6 years she has worked on the development of digital learning products, and has recently completed a Certificate in Digital Education from the University of Edinburgh. Karen is currently Senior Project Manager on an innovation project which is looking at the future of assessment.