#DigELT2015 ‘Deep Learning Skills in a Teacher Training Programme’

Amin Neghavati at #DigELT2015 “Edmodo is the most popular option and provides you with a lot of tools and training and I have used it for many different purposes but this time, I needed something simpler and lighter which was suitable for my specific purpose in that specific part of the world!”

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I attended the IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG event ‘Digital ELT Ireland 2015’ in Dublin on the 31st October and 1st November this year. A two-day series of talks, presentations and workshops organised by the IATEFL LT SIG.

Digital ELT Ireland was born in 2012 and becamean international ELT Tech event very quickly! This year’s conference was an interesting combination of thought-provoking plenaries by Russell Stannardand Huw Jarvis, international speakers, Halloween and the beautiful Irish autumn!

This post is an explanation on and a summary of my talk on ‘Digital Deep Learning Skills in Teacher Training Programmes’ with the links to my talk Prezi and the conference photos:

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Last year I workedwith four groups of Malaysian teachers on a project with the British Council. The project’s main priorities were to improve Malaysian primary and secondary school teachers’ language proficiency and to give them enough tools (methodology-wise)…

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About victorhugor

Associate professor of Didactics of TEFL, conference speaker, lecturer, teacher trainer, mentor, EFL/FLE/ESP teacher, and webhead.

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