Joe Dale: Using iPADs to promote speaking and listening skills.
Sunday, 23 March 2014 from 16:00 to 17:00 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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Joe Dale talks to us about how to use iPADS to promote speaking and listening skills in language learning. Even if you do not hav ean iPAD, you may get ideas for any mobile devices you use, and you will also experience what it is like to be trained 'online'. You will see Joe, you will hear Joe, you can text Joe ... and if you are brave, at the end, you may even get to speak to him!
Joe Dale is an internationally renowned Independent modern foreign languages and technology consultant. He hosts the TES MFL forum and was short-listed for NAACE Impact Award 2013 for Curriculum Support. He is also a very good friend and loyal supporter of ALL London, and we are very grateful for his contributions.
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