Recording (25min): http://lancelot.adobeconnect.com/p516chznuum/
Technology has become an inseparable part of modern life, and teenagers nowadays take a great interest in anything that has to do with computers. In general, they learn a lot while using computers and surfing the Internet without realizing it.
The focus of the session is Uruguay-Armenia School Project. The presentation will look at a student-centred approach to learning enhanced by technology. The presenters will demonstrate how technology and classroom instruction motivate EFL learners to improve writing, reading, listening and speaking skills in collaboration with EFL learners from a different country and create the right atmosphere for learning while having fun.
|Anna Conway has been teaching English for 13 years now and really enjoys it. She has taught English in Kazakhstan, Russia and Armenia. Anna mainly teaches adults, face-to-face as well as online, and trains teachers in using technology in the classroom. She is a keen webhead and her area of interest is gamification and the use of digital tools in education.|
Claudia Carril has been teaching English as a Foreign Language to children, teenagers and adults in Uruguay for more than 15 years. She holds a Bachelors‘ degree in TESOL (hons) from the University of London.Her students have been involved in different projects with Armenia, Spain, Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland and the USA. She prepares students for Cambridge University and Trinity College examinations. She was a guest speaker in the BaW session of EVO in 2012 and 2013.