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TELLConsult's latest training activities at the Universities of Leiden and Leuven

on Sat, 02/20/2016 - 15:07

As we were invited by ICLON (Leiden University), the organisers of the annual, national Good Practice Day event, to run an ICT-related workshop our proposal was accepted to present recent developments in a number of EU projects we are currently involved in.

We opted to run a workshop on the use of tablets and interactive classroom technologies.

We first presented the results of the first iTILT project (2011-2013) and then the aims, design & interim products of the 3-year follow-up project 'Interactive Teaching in Languages with Technologies' iTILT (2014 -2017). This included a video

More editions requested of ErasmusPlus course on technology and dialogue in the classroom

on Sat, 01/23/2016 - 22:12

So requested TELLConsult is now also offering fully f2f editions of the blended version of its ErasmusPlus course 'Using interactive classroom technologies to promote dialogic teaching and learning' 

The course is the result of collaboration between the partners of the Cambridge University project 'Using the IWB to Support Classroom Dialogue' and the EU project iTILT.

Various course materials therefore are based on project results such as "Developing interactive teaching and learning using the IWB: a resource for teachers." Hennessy, Warwick, Brown, Rawlins & Neale (2014). Open University

EU project iTILT presented at MTTEP conference

on Wed, 10/07/2015 - 22:32

As representative of the iTILT project (interactive Teaching in Languages with Technology, 2014-2017) TELLConsult got invited by the MTTEP project to attend their Multiplier event (Oct 1&2) in Karlsruhe.

This EU project 'MOBILISING AND TRANSFORMING TEACHER EDUCATION PEDAGOGIES' organised this mini conference to present and get feedback on a number of (interim versions of) their project outputs. And to provide a networking opportunity for parties with the same interest in innovation of teacher education and mobile, educational technologies.

The organising team managed to compile a most