Saturday, 5 January 2013

ICT and Languages Conference, University of Southampton, 9-10 February 2013

I am hugely looking forward to the third #ililc conference to take place at the University of Southampton. This year's programme offers a wide range of sessions aiming to meet all participants’ individual needs and giving them lots of opportunities to really get to grips with the new ideas being demonstrated and share good practice in a nurturing environment.
To register you can use the link at the bottom of this post or click here.
This event is renowned for its friendly and supportive atmosphere and whilst many sessions have an ICT focus, there are plenty of other sessions which will exemplify many aspects of creative and inspiring MFL teaching and learning.
Read all about #ililc3 speakers here: About our Speakers  
Joe Dale will be delivering the Saturday Keynote speech and I am delighted to have been invited to deliver the Sunday Keynote.
You can also find out more about JohnConnor, Amanda Salt, Helen Myers, Lisa Stevens, Jo Rhys-Jones, Jen Turner, Helena Butterfield, Claire Seccombe, Samantha Lunn, Dominic McGladerry  and John Bald via their blogs (just click on their names).
This year will include sessions on:

Mobile technologies Using iOs android Apps for interactive learning, iTunes, Podcasts and other for personalised learning, designing an MFL App, ‘Animating’ grammar. peer and self assessment through mobile technology
Social Media Using Twitter and other social media tools such as Edmodo & Posterous, effective Blogging, WIKIs and using online tools to record & share learning
Making the most of Web 2.0 Technologies A range of workshops to showcase how to get the best
learning from Web 2,0 tools such as exploring Google Apps, using Tarzia, Vocaroo, and Voicethread to name but a few
The Global classroom Developing and using international links effectively, eTwinning, using authentic materials, developing ICU through online resources, setting up a WIKI to promote your department, using Edmodo, the changing face of CPD
Developing Speaking Explore ways to develop pupils speaking skills through social media, on line tools, A level debating ideas, recording methods and more
Closing the gap Way to support SEN students using technology, supporting speech and language development, promoting Solo taxonomy, developing Maths skills through MFL, understanding the learning process, subtitling for learning

There will another fabulous Show and Tell Event on Saturday 9th February from 7.30 pm in Suite 104 at Jury’s Inn Hotel, Charlotte Place, Southampton, SO14 0TB.
Kindly hosted by main #Ililc3 sponsor Televic, places are free but limited. Guests will need to sign up in advance via the Show and Tell wiki.
The idea of the MFL Show and Tell session is to give teachers an opportunity to share good  language learning and teaching practice-ICT-related or not-in a relaxed informal environment. We will have access to a data projector, a screen for presentations and one to display the event's Twitterstream, plus wifi connectivity of course. If you don't normally speak at such events, do come along to have a go and share what you are doing in the classroom.  Last year’s efforts included quite a few songs and many laughs…
Prices have been frozen at last year’s rate and the fact that the conference is at the weekend also makes it a fantastic value quality CPD opportunity.
£175 for both days
£125 for one day
Concessionary rates available for PGCE students:
£100 for both days
£75 for one day
(name and contact details of your tutor needed when submitting your registration form).
Schools can also pay to attend both days and send a different person each day - please make this clear when booking if you would like to do this.
The conference is also supported by a sizeable exhibition including top publishers, software companies and other resource providers. If you want to take part as a sponsor, please click here.
See you there!

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