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Using iPads to enhance teaching and learning

October 12, 2012

When: Tuesday 16th, October 4-5 pm Melbourne Australia time (gmt+11)

About this session: Joe Dale, from the Isle of Wight, UK, will be our guest presenter. Joe has been brought out to Australia several times this year to work with educationalists in the area of technology and mobility in teaching languages.  He will share, virtually, his experience and knowledge in using iPads to enhance teaching and learning. Joe is a UK Independent modern foreign languages and technology consultant and is host of the TES MFL forum and MFL portal manager for the OU’s Vital programme.

Please join us and share in the conversations. Click on  this link to listen to the recording of this great session. Joe shared current thinking, resources, apps and much more in this resource packed session. Thanks Joe for getting up at 6am for us.

What questions do you have?

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Di Wilson permalink
    October 12, 2012 4:49 pm

    What time EXACTLY in Melbourne?

    Can’t understand below: When: Tuesday 16th, October Melbourne Australia time (gmt+11) or maybe Monday October 15th elsewhere

    Di Wilson
    • 9222 6004 (Part-time Wed-Fri)
    7 9222 6001
    di.wilson@dcp.wa.gov.au

    eLearning Development Facilitator | Learning & Development Centre
    Department for Child Protection | 363 Oxford Street, Mount Hawthorn 6016

    • annemirtschin permalink*
      October 12, 2012 5:44 pm

      Thank you Di, for alerting me to this omission. The time should have been on there, but somehow I did not add it. It will be 4-5pm Melbourne, Australia time on Tuesday, October 15th. Hope that you can attend and I have fixed up the post to reflect the time.

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