ICT for ELT Day Course
ICT for EAP and ELT specialists
The Centre for Applied Linguistics at the University of Warwick is running a one day training course on Saturday 3rd December 2011 aimed at EAP and ELT specialists working on adult courses.
It is limited to just 25 places
Aim of course
The aim of the course is to cover some of the key web 2.0 tools that can immediately impact on teaching and learning. It is based on feedback from the thousands of teachers who currently use www.teachertrainingvideos.com and research and experiments that are currently taking place within the Centre of Applied Linguistics.
The programme will be divided up into 3 parts.
Part 1- The Connected Classroom- tools that can be used to get student's speaking and producing recorded content
Part 2- Web 2.0 tools that really make a difference - participants will see and work with some of the most useful and effective web 2.0 tools currently on the Internet
Part 3- Technology and Feedback - Russell will cover his work in using technology for feedback. This idea has had widespread publicity including articles in the Times Higher, Guardian and Independent.
Date and Time
Saturday 3rd December 2011 at the Centre for Applied Linguistics. There is easy parking located just behind the Arts Centre and the training sessions will take place in the multimedia room A 0.14 in Social Science Building. Morning coffee and lunch will be provided. It is a 4 hour course with an hour for lunch. Computers will be provided but you are welcome to bring your own.
Coffee/Tea on Arrival 10 onwards
Morning Session 10.30-12.30
Afternoon Session 1.30-3.30
The cost of the course is £30. You can apply for the course on-line. Course payments are not refundable. The course is limited to just 25 places. You can sign up to the course and pay here. Application and payment form
Finding Us Social Science Building
For further Information please contact:
Mrs Tina Perrins or Mrs Tracey Howe
Centre for Applied Linguistics
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL
Tel (national): 02476 524315 / 02476 572845
Tel (international): +44 (0) 2476 524315 / +44 (0) 2476 572845
Fax: +44 (0) 2476 524318