e-ESOL – NATECLA London Day Conference 2nd February

Bring your mobile phone and leave it on!

An assortment of technology, by Graham Stanley

An assortment of technology, by Graham Stanley

This conference is for any ESOL practitioner interested in e-learning and mobile technology.

With a combination of theoretical input and practical suggestions we hope that you will come away with exciting new ideas which you can start using with your students.

The main contribution will be from Norbert Pachler (Mag. phil. Dr. phil) from the Institute of Education, University of London whose lecture will focus on Mobile- assisted language culture – teaching and learning. Professor Pachler will be amongst other contributors. We will distribute the final programme as soon as it finalised and we are expecting a range of other equally stimulating contributions. The conference ends with a Q&A. We regret to announce that lunch is not provided but refresments are.

Please click here for conference programme.

NATECLA London wishes to express its gratitude to the British Council for kindly hosting the event.

NATECLA supports the work of the Ruth Hayman Trust, a unique charity which gives small personal grants to support the education and training of adult ESOL learners.

You can book a place here: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/4521497922

Cost: FREE to current NATECLA members, £20 for non-members, £5 concessions

JOIN NATECLA HERE!!!

Date: Saturday 2nd February 2013

Time: 9.30am to 1pm

Location: British Council, Spring Gardens

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