Welcome to the academic course 2014-15

I would like to begin the first post of this year by recommending the same webinars’ collection that I recommended last year:


You will find different topics dealing with ELT, although I would like to highlight this one:

Using Multimedia in the Classroom
2014-11-12Macmillan Education Online Conference 2014
Robert-Campbell 2014
Who is it for?

The Macmillan Education Online Conference 2014 is open to all teachers and professionals working in ELT and is completely FREE to attend!

Part of the Secondary session at the Macmillan Education Online Conference 2014, this webinar is designed to help teachers better understand how they can bring multimedia into the classroom to help develop their students’ digital literacy.

Webinar details

Using Multimedia in the Classroom with Robert Campbell

Wednesday 12th November 2014: 11.00-11.45 (GMT)

With multimedia playing such an important part in teenagers’ lives today, how can we use multimedia in the classroom to make learning more meaningful and motivating while at the same time helping to develop our students’ digital literacy?

In this webinar we’ll be looking at some simple ways to bring technology into the classroom as well as exploring the wide range of multimedia that today’s course books offer the tech-savvy and not-so-tech-savvy teacher.

About Robert Campbell

Robert has worked as a teacher, an ELT magazine editor, and an author. He is one of the co-authors of Beyond, Macmillan’s new international secondary course. He is also one of the co-authors of the secondary course English in Motion (Richmond Publishing).

Robert has written several readers including Owl Hall (Macmillan); finalist in the 2013 ELTon Awards for innovation in learner resources and the Extensive Reading Foundation Learner Literature Awards. In 2013 he won a Learner Literature Award for his reader The Green Room (Helbling). Find out more about Robert on his website.

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