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Using mobile phones in the language classroom: Reinders, 2010

Hay o Re i n d e rs. Twenty Ideas for Using Mobile Phones in the Language Classroom. T …

Via Adelina Moura, Juergen Wagner
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Download PDF from here http://americanenglish.state.gov/resources/english-teaching-forum-2010-volume-48-number-3

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Arizona State University, Claire McLaughlin's curator insight, August 29, 2015 5:46 PM

If you can't win the "no cell phones in class" argument, here are 20 ways to be comfortable losing that argument.  Make cell phones in the class work for you!

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Ideas... always welcome!

Sofia Alana's curator insight, November 24, 2015 6:39 PM

Probé iPadio en mi clase. Los estudiantes tenían que llamar a mi canal y dejar un mensaje en que dijeron sus planes para las vacaciones de Thanksgiving. La actividad funcionó muy bien, creo que fue una manera chévere de practicar la competencia oral. Algo muy bueno es que pueden grabarse y dejar comentarios en otras grabaciones sin abrir una cuenta. El único problema es que no hay una manera de ver quién llamó - los estudiantes tienen que introducirse cada vez. Muchos de los estudiantes se olvidaron decir su nombre, y por eso fue difícil calificar. 

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Touch and gesture-based language learning: Reinders 2014

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Short open-access article in the new issue of the Journal of Teaching English with Technology by Hayo Reinders.

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Contemporary CALL (Thomas, Reinders, & Warschaur, 2012): Review

Contemporary CALL (Thomas, Reinders, & Warschaur, 2012): Review | TELT | Scoop.it

This book, edited by Michael Thomas, Hayo Reinders, and Mark Warschauer, explores the parameters of contemporary Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL), focusing on different areas of CALL, how these different areas shape CALL, as well as how the latest research approaches help explore different areas. The book of composed of three parts and 19 chapters in total. Readers are provided the opportunity to read chapters independently of the other chapters as the structure of the book is organized thematically, with the parts entitled ‘The CALL Context’, ‘CALL Learning Environments’, and ‘CALL in Language Education’. 

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Ferit Kilickaya, Mehmet Akif Ersoy University originally published on the Linguist List.

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6th Virtual Round Table Web Conference Conference Program

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Friday, 17 May 2013 - Program Overview

 

Fri 1pm GMT/ UTC

Main Venue ARTHUR

Welcome Address by conference organiser

Heike Philp, let’s talk online sprlShelly Terrell, ParentellaBerni Wall, RLI GapfillerSteven Herder, iTDiJennifer Verschoor, ARCALL

Fri 2pm GMT/ UCT

Main Venue ARTHUR

Keynote

Nicky Hockly & Gavin Dudeney, Spain & UK

Digital Literacies

Fri 3pm GMT/ UCT

Main Venue ARTHUR

Keynote

Sirin Soyoz, Turkey British Council

Story Sharing Web Conference

Fri 3:30pm GMT/ UCT

Main Venue ARTHUR

Keynote

Angelika Gütt-Strahlhofer, Austria daf Community

DaFWEBKON

Fri 4pm GMT/ UCT

Main Venue ARTHUR

Keynote

Thomas Strasser, Austria

Mind the App

Fri 5pm GMT/ UCT

Communication Break

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Programme for Friday 17th May, includes lots more speakers, and more the following two days.

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