Adam Simpson, a member of the ISTEK ELT Social Media team and well-known educator and blogger in ELT, interviewed author and teacher Jamie Keddie, who gave a concurrent keynote session at the conference. Watch the very interesting conversation they had!
In this article from the English Teaching professional blog by Chia Suan Chong we can find various ideas for exploiting viral videos from YouTube in the language classroom. She begins by giving examples of videos which have gone viral recently, then explains the phenomenon in more detail before giving some excellent ideas for things to do with these videos in class. A great way of engaging particularly teenage students.
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In this post for www.teachthought.com, Terry Heick discusses some of the advantages of project-based learning, and then examines the four most important things to take into consideration when setting up a project-based learning environment in your classroom.
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- Blended Learning (II) (davidbradshawblog.wordpress.com)
- Blended Learning (I) (davidbradshawblog.wordpress.com)
- The Transformational Potential of Flipped Classrooms (educationnext.org)
- The Flipped Classroom Delivery Model: Evidence of its Impact (otoinstitute.wordpress.com)