Month: September 2017

My LTSIG Talk: Using Multimodal Learner-Driven Feedback to Provide Sustainable Feedback on L2 Writing

My LTSIG Talk: Using Multimodal Learner-Driven Feedback to Provide Sustainable Feedback on L2 Writing

Time for a little advertising! 😉 On October Thursday 5th October at 4.25pm UK time, I'll be giving an online talk as part of the LTSIG /OllREN online conference and would be delighted to see you there! Exploring efficient ways to give sustainable feedback on L2 writing is important because providing meticulous correction of language … Continue reading My LTSIG Talk: Using Multimodal Learner-Driven Feedback to Provide Sustainable Feedback on L2 Writing

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Who can help with my to-do list?

Who can help with my to-do list?

There seem to be a flurry of posts at the moment on how people are feeling, what they're thinking, what's going on in their lives. Maybe these posts are people sneakily trying to hit the record of 15 posts in a month set by Hana Ticha (See: #hanachallenge !). But people also often say that … Continue reading Who can help with my to-do list?

Why and How to get more involved with an IATEFL SIG

Why and How to get more involved with an IATEFL SIG

When you join IATEFL, you get a choice of 16 Special Interest Groups (SIGs) you can choose from within your standard membership. These SIGs provide members with opportunities for professional development in specialised areas. For a long time, I was 'just' a member of a SIG. I even swapped SIGs a few times when I … Continue reading Why and How to get more involved with an IATEFL SIG