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COLLEGIAL SELF-DEVELOPMENT IN ICT - IATEFL LTSIG webinar starting now

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  • Graham Stanley
    Dear all, Please come and join us now in the IATEFL Adobe connect room ( http://bit.ly/MAK1kz) for the following webinar: 22/7 - COLLEGIAL SELF-DEVELOPMENT IN
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 22, 2012
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      Dear all,

      Please come and join us now in the IATEFL Adobe connect room (
      http://bit.ly/MAK1kz) for the following webinar:

      22/7 - COLLEGIAL SELF-DEVELOPMENT IN ICT

      *Collegial Self-Development in ICT *
      with *Mariam Attia *

      *When*: Sunday 22 July 2012, GMT 14:00 (UK 15:00, CET 16:00)

      Find the time in your time zone by clicking this
      link<http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=20120722T14&p0=136>
      .

      *Where*: The event takes place in the IATEFL online conference room.
      Visit http://connectpro10829081.adobeconnect.com/selfdev/ to join the
      webinar.

      Before entering the room you will be prompted to "Enter as a guest". Please
      use this model to enter your name:
      *Jane Smith (Italy)*
      This will make it easier for the webinar speaker to identify you and answer
      your questions.

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      This session starts with foregrounding the value of teacher cooperation for
      self-development in ICT by explaining ways in which teachers can invest in
      the social element of their professional environments. Webinar participants
      are invited to reflect on their experiences and contribute with ideas for
      enhancing teacher cooperation for more effective technology use. The
      session then presents Cooperative Development (Edge 1992, 2002, 2008) as a
      discourse framework for collegial self-development in ICT and invites
      teachers to try it in their own contexts.

      *Biodata*
      Mariam's background lies in teaching Arabic to speakers of other languages.
      Her professional interests cover the areas of language teacher education,
      computer-assisted language learning, and researcher education. She
      completed her PhD in 2011 in which she explored language teachers'
      pedagogical beliefs about using ICT. She is currently a Research Assistant
      on the AHRC-funded project Researching Multilingually, Durham University.

      Graham Stanley
      blogefl@...
      http://blog-efl.blogspot.com


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