Macmillan Teachers’ Day – Alicante

It was a real privilege to be invited once again by Macmillan to deliver the keynote speech and a seminar at the Alicante Teachers' Day on Saturday 21st May, where I was delighted to be able to address and meet so many committed teachers of English who were giving up their Saturday morning to keep up with the latest ideas and innovations in the field of language learning

It was a real privilege to be invited once again by Macmillan to deliver the keynote speech and a seminar at the Alicante Teachers’ Day on Saturday 21st May, where I was delighted to be able to address and meet so many committed teachers of English who were giving up their Saturday morning to keep up with the latest ideas and innovations in the field of language learning.

The keynote speech was titled The Case for Social Networking in Education was largely based on the research I have been carrying out for my MA in ICT in Education. A summary of the keynote speech can be found here.

Above are the slides the seminar titled Using ICT to Enhance Language Teaching and Learning. Links to all the tools mentioned in these slides can be found in the resources section of this blog and examples of the tools in action can be found by browsing this blog and my school blog.

If you attended the Teachers’ Day – or even if you didn’t! – and have any questions about the seminar or keynote speeches, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Visit www.josepicardo.com for a list of forthcoming speaking engagements.

José Picardo

José is Assistant Principal at Surbiton High School and a Fellow of the RSA and Naace. He is interested in improving education and the way technology can be used to enhance and transform teaching and learning. José has been curating Box of Tricks since 2007 and holds a MA in ICT and Education.

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  • Pablo Paredes Stecher

    Hola José.
    Buen trabajo. Gracias por compartir tus logros. Eres un referente para los que estamos iniciando este camino.

    Regards from a Chilean EFL teacher!

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