Virtual Round Table

On Sunday I am making my second appearance at the Virtual Round Table organised by Heike Philp and her excellent team. There were a couple of IT issues last time that meant this is really my third appearance as I ended up repeating the talk last time. I think the technology has become reliable enough … Continue reading Virtual Round Table

Smartphone apps

I seemed to spend most of this Saturday driving around central southern England with a car full of often sleeping passengers. I often do some effective thinking in such situations, and this time my mind turned to smartphone apps. My mobile phone contract runs out in June, and I am looking forward to replacing my … Continue reading Smartphone apps

The digital divide

One of the things that fascinates me is the way in which EFL teachers appear to be so divided on the subject of using learning technologies (LT). I'm more than a generation away from being a digital native or whatever term you prefer, but it seems obvious to me that, as a professional teacher, it … Continue reading The digital divide