Date: Saturday 7 May, 2016
 
Theme: ‘InTILT’ stands for Interactive Technologies in Language Teaching, while “CLIL” stands for Content and Language Integrated Learning.
 
This presentation is dedicated to the use of specific language learning technologies and the creation of CLIL courses. No resource, however good, will deliver successful learning outcomes if it is used inappropriately. It is not what ICT (Information and communications technology) can do, but what the teacher can do with ICT in the development of CLIL lessons.
 
The aim of this webinar is to provide teachers with enough technical knowledge to rethink the educational process in light of technologies suited to planning CLIL courses, through the creative use of web tools and digital environments.
 
We’ll think about the added value of ICT in CLIL: the teacher chooses, proposes and shows effective technologies that are directly functional to the CLIL programme objectives.
 

About the speaker - Chiara Ferronato

I hold a degree in Foreign Languages and Education from Padua University. I have been working as a teacher of English in the Primary School since 1983 and I have been training teachers since 1996. I'm a member of Lend and a Lend National representative, responsible for Primary Education. I'm an author, moderator and tutor for the Italian national e-learning platform for training teachers. I’m involved in several projects dealing with the pedagogical use of ICT in education and in virtual professional teaching. I’m also engaged in different activities related to Early English Learning. I have taken part in European projects and students exchanges with schools from all over Europe.
 

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