University of Southampton: ICT and Languages Conference 2013 (#ililc3)

Languages south east logoOn 9th & 10th February 2013, Languages South East will be hosting its very successful annual ICT and Languages conference at the University of Southampton.

This year’s conference title is ‘Jail breaking the MFL Classroom’ – aiming to explore current challenges in MFL and ways to extend teaching and learning beyond the classroom.  This two-day event has something for everyone. Whether you want to find out how to use blogs and wikis to trying out digital voice recorders or App design, you’ll be inspired to try something new!  A range of speakers will demonstrate tried and tested models for different skill levels with plenty of opportunity to get to grips with new ideas in practical workshops. You don’t have to be an expert in ICT to attend!

Sponsors include Televic, Pearson, Vocabexpress, CILT, Sparklespeak, Take Ten, OuP, Rosetta Stone, The EU commission amongst others.  Televic will host an MFL Show and Tell event on the at Jurys Inn, Southampton on Saturday evening from 7.30pm – which is free to attend, but must be signed up for in advance.

Keynote SpeakersJoe Dale & Isabelle Jones

Sessions include: Mobile learning, social media tools for learning and assessment, App design, using the ‘global’ classroom, supporting SEN through technology, developing speaking at all Key Stages, animation, subtitling, Web 2.0 tools and much more…

For more details about the event and the Show & Tell – including a fuller programme and booking , please visit www.languagessoutheast.ac.uk/events/ict-and-languages-conference-2013-ililc3 .

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