At its heart, SEF provides a rich source of learning through sharing. The group 'thinks-and-links' policy into practice and collectively exchanges ideas to improve teaching and leadership across the group.SEF makes a strong contribution to the educational profile of Southampton and Hampshire and our self-improving system is highly regarded by local and regional leaders. We think there's nothing quite like SEF in the current educational landscape but we'd like to hear from you if you are part of something similar elsewhere. 

 

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Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) can connect with language teaching to make language learning more open, more enjoyable, and – some claim – more effective. Yet language teachers interested in integrating ICT (more) into their teaching activities face many challenges, which could be met with the help of adequate and flexible professional development. Drawing on recent research carried out by the AILA Research Network TPLang21 and by the speaker, this talk will provide an insightful picture of global language teachers‘ professional development activities. The final part of this talk addresses the ways in which the ICT-REV project at the European Centre of Modern Languages has sought to support language teachers in their individual and networked ICT-related professional development.

 

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DC4LT aims at improving digital literacy and empowering language teachers of all levels to use ICT instruments in their practice. To achieve this goal, the project will explore how teachers are prepared for the integration of information technologies in their pedagogical work, what skills they need in order to better support their online courses, and in what ways they can help their students in the language learning process. Based on the collected primary data, the consortium will develop a self-sustained Open Internet Community of Practice for language teachers / online tutors. Large numbers of language teachers will be invited to participate in the DC4LT training workshops and provided with an opportunity to collaborate with peers in an interactive educational setting of the DC4LT training workshops, thus multiplying the knowledge further.

 

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