This year's programme offered a wide range of sessions with the emphasis very much on ‘hands-on’ workshops. Delegates could choose their workshops and sessions to meet their individual needs, and had lots of opportunity to really get to grips with the new ideas being demonstrated - and share good practice in a nurturing environment.
This event is renowned for its friendly and supportive atmosphere, and everyone found a full range of workshops and seminars to suit their needs. Whilst many sessions had an ICT focus, there were plenty of other sessions which served to exemplify many aspects of creative and inspiring MFL teaching and learning.
Read about our speakers here.
00 Joe Dale - Key note speech
01 Lisa Stevens - I want to break free
02 Helena Butterfield- Using google apps
03 Dominic McGladdery - Tips for Ideas
04 Samantha Lunn - Enhancing Target Language
05 Kleda Richards - AFL in a digital landscape
06 Bertram Richter - A tweet day
07 Vanessa Burns - Web 2-0 What
07 Vanessa Burns - Web 2-0 What - useful links
07 Vanessa Burns - What is your website miss?
08 Isabelle Jones - Maximising the use of visuals
08 Isabelle Jones - Dare to Share
09 & 35 Clare Seccombe - It all adds up to MFL
10 John Bald - Brain research
11 Amanda Salt - Triptico tips
12 Emma Bains - First steps to showcasing
13 James Gardner - Subtitle yourself
14 & 36 Joe Dale - Using QR codes
15 & 28 Jo Rhys-Jones - Maintaining momentum
16 John Connor - CPD to JPD
17 Bertram Richter - Can we put that on the blog
18 Helen Myers & Simon Tunmore - Putting fun into
19 Jen Turner - Designing your own app
20 John Connor - SEN & MFL
21 Emma Bains - Small changes
22 Helena Butterfield - Motiviating through international
23 Lisa Stevens - Let out for good
24 Jen Turner - Release your inner Prezi
25 John Bald - Clicker as a bridge
26 Amanda Salt - Jailbreaking
27 Clare Seccombe - Shape up with Tarsia
29 Helen Myers - Putting fun into
30 Samantha Lunn - Top Techie tools
31 Dominic McGladdery - From squalk to talk
32 Vanessa Burns - What, is this your website miss
33 James Gardner - Edmodo
34 Kelda Richards - Animation techniques
Blogs and Tweets
Jen Turner's blog can be found here: http://msmfl.wordpress.com/2013/01/02/so-excited-ililc3/
Sanako's on line newspaper: paper.li/Marie_Sanako/1352457862
Lisa Stevens': lisibo.com/?p=2607
Isabelle Jones': http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fisabellejones.blogspot.co.uk%2F2013%2F01%2Fict-and-languages-conference-university.html?gname=resources-for-languages
Dominic McGladdery: domsmflpage.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/ict-and-languages-conference-2013-ililc3.html?m=1
Show and Tell
We held our 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 our main #Ililc3 sponsor Televic, places were free but limited. Guests signed up in advance. The idea of the MFL Show and Tell session is to give teachers an opportunity to share good practice on the use of technology in the languages classroom in a relaxed informal environment. We had access to a data projector, a screen for presentations and one to display the event's Twitterstream, plus wifi connectivity of course. We particularly encouraged those who don't normally speak at such events to come along have a go and share what you are doing in the classroom. Your presentations didn't have to be IT related, just good teaching!
Below are some of the presentations at the Show and Tell
Lisa Stevens - Tools for educators
Lisa Stevens - El Polliito pio
The conference was supported by a sizeable exhibition of sponsors, including top publishers, software companies and other resource providers.
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The conference took place at the University of Southampton Avenue Campus: Avenue Campus Map