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technoLanguages LIVE

The aim of this series is to initiate conversations about the use of ICT in the languages classroom as well as build professional networks for languages teachers within Australia and internationally.

2011 Semester 1 Program*

All sessions run using Elluminate web conferencing software. All you need is the internet, a microphone headset and a spare hour.

Sessions are fortnightly on a Tuesday evening from 8-9pm AEST, starting on Feb 15th.

This program is part of the Australia Series on Learn Central.

FEBRUARY

15 – Tools and Ideas to Get Your LOTE & ICT Year Started

MARCH

1 – The Lunch Box Project – an international language awareness project

15 – Report From The Classroom – Andrew Jeppesen, Japanese Teacher, The Knox School, Sydney (TBC)

29 – iPads and Language Learning in the Classroom

APRIL

5 – Report from the Classroom – Penny Coutas, Indonesian Teacher, Perth (TBC)

26 – Student Centred Learning and ICT in the Languages Classroom

MAY

10 – Report from the Classroom – Tina Wilkinson, German Teacher, Catholic Ladies College, Melbourne (TBC)

24 – Project Based Second Language Learning

JUNE

7 – Report from the Classroom – Presenter TBC

21 – TBA

JULY

7 – (Thursday) Special event – live from the AFMLTA Conference in Darwin

19 – AFMLTA Conference Reflections

*You will find the link to these sessions and the most updated information (session topics may change) on the tL LIVE page of the technoLanguages wiki – http://technolanguages.wikispaces.com and the technoLanguages group on Facebook.

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