Tuesday, 26 May 2015

YLTSIG Webinars: Where have our textbooks gone?

Join three of my #ictclil_urjc 2015 Edition teachers on 10 June for the free live session 'Where have our textbooks gone? on WizIQ, when they will explain how they faced up the challenge of teaching without textbooks after a tornado blew all the paper textbooks away and had to think of open connected interactive digital ways to engage CLIL Primary Bilingual students into learning.

This free webinar is part of the  IATEFL YLT SIG Bi-Monthly Webinars 2014-2015 series on teaching young learners, hosted by the Network for IATEFL YLT SIG.

For 60 minutes of live broadcast, Elena Benito, Coral Muñoz and Marta Plaza are sharing with you all their Open CLIL e-publications aimed at Bilingual Primary students, where they have envisaged a wide range of learning missions focusing on learners to rise up to challenges and investigate, through a project-based-learning methodology, so as to become autonomous learners while acquiring skills and accomplishing various goals.

Along their three-month Master's Degree Module about The Use of ICT and Web Resources for Primary Bilingual Education, at University Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid, these three pre-service CLIL teachers, together with the rest of their peers, whose outcomes are gathered at our public social list, have been progressing towards the e-publications they are presenting on 10 June, by means of crafting different learning missions themselves, getting inspired by other teachers who have already dived into e-publishing their own materials; connecting with international educational experts worldwide at live and face-to-face events, collaborating with other students and peer teachers in several projects and becoming aware of the importance of student-centred orientations when teaching and starting active methodologies in the classrooms.

Their digital reference locations have been the University Moodle Campus and this blog, and they have taken it from there so as to open up their own imagination, invent and design their own ICT activities, combine them with their CLIL teaching objectives and wrap it all up into attractively visual digital showcases, such as the three that we are singling out in this upcoming live session: Multiply your fun, Music is fun and Chef of Volume.


Do not miss the chance to listen to these three young talented CLIL teachers and surf their findings and achievements as well as their own viewpoints on teaching young learners.

We are looking forward to meeting you all live on Wednesday, June 10 2015 | 5:00 PM (Romance Standard Time)!

Please enroll the session and spread the word.


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