Chapter: VR in ELT

Delighted that Digital Innovations and Research in Language Learning (IATEFL / LT SIG) is imminent. Within its hallowed pages nestles my contribution - the chapter entitled: Virtual Reality in English Language Teaching. The chapter explores the potential uses of Virtual Reality using HMDs (head-mounted displays) in language teaching. It focuses on low, mid and high-end … Continue reading Chapter: VR in ELT

‘Best Practices for Blended Learning’ launched at IATEFL, Brighton

Delighted to say that Barney and I presented our latest book in Brighton at the IATEFL conference earlier this month. If you would like a .pdf version of the PPT presentation, click here: IATEFL presentation_lite To download the Handout, click here: IATEFL Handout To download a one-page list of the References: IATEFL - References If … Continue reading ‘Best Practices for Blended Learning’ launched at IATEFL, Brighton

Augmented reality and Virtual Reality: Pre-conference event in Brighton

The IATEFL LT-SIG pre-conference event is full! I'm really delighted to join Shaun Wilden in opening (and closing) the day. Focussing on Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR), it promises to be a fantastic event! Here’s the line-up: The potential for VR and AR in the language classroom – Sarah Rogerson Gaining a new … Continue reading Augmented reality and Virtual Reality: Pre-conference event in Brighton

UES ELT Fest – Antaliya – Pete’s PPT and online flashcard site

 It was a REAL pleasure to come over  to the UES ELT Fest - 'magic' in fact. Thanks SO much for the invitation and opportunity. Here is the 6-page .pdf Handout - of my power point Presentation-lite Thanks to Ozge (Terakki schools, Istanbul) for sharing a website which she has used to create Flashcards: www.cram.com Particularly … Continue reading UES ELT Fest – Antaliya – Pete’s PPT and online flashcard site