Webinar with Dominic McGladdery: 'Talking Tools' for Independence!
Friday, 4 July 2014 from 19:30 to 20:30 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Get training in the comfort of your own home!
Just follow this link to take your screen to ALL London's online 'Webinar Room' which can hold up to 100 people. No software download required! Enter as Guest; Type your real name; No password needed; (Do not enter with a login and password). If you would like to 'test out' the room beforehand, please try the link the previous night (3rd July 19:30) and/or join an hour beforehand and Helen Myers will be there to guide you! You can sit back and just watch ... or if you want to, you can sit back and contribute. It's up to you!
Teacher of French and German at Consett Academy in County Durham and also an entertaining and informative Blogger
http://domsmflpage.blogspot.co.uk/ and self-confessed technology geek, will share ideas on how to use online tools and apps which will help to improve your students' speaking skills, at all stages of learning, and for all languages. And what better way to celebrate Independence Day?!
Dominic's sessions are regularly 'a sell-out' and so we are particularly delighted that he has accepted our invitation to deliver a Webinar and hope that he will be coming to London for a 'live appearance' in 2015!
For further information, please see ALL London's website.
To find out more about how to attend a 'Webinar', please look at the information on our site here. http://www.all-london.org.uk/webinars.htm
Please note that it is essential to read and accept our Webinar room 'Etiquette' before entering the room. This is written in full on the page above.
Please arrive 15 minutes in advance. Any spaces free at 19:15 will be released to those on the waiting list.
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