TEAM

Coordinator
   
Coordinator
 

Martina Emke

Servicestelle Offene Hochschule Niedersachsen
Germany

Address for correspondence: Email


 

Mateusz-Milan Stanojevic

University of Zagreb
Croatia
 

Address for correspondence: Email

 
Team member
   
 
Team member
 

Ursula Stickler
The Open University
United Kingdom

Address for correspondence: Email

 

Joseph Hopkins
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Spain

Address for correspondence: Email

 
Team member
   
 
Team member
 
Pauline Ernest
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Spain

Address for correspondence: Email
 

Aline Germain-Rutherford
University of Ottawa
Canada

Address for correspondence: Email

 
Team member
   
 
 Research Assistant
 

Sarah Heiser
The Open University
United Kingdom

Address for correspondence: Email

 

Aiko Nakamura
Monterey Institute of International Studies

United States of America

 

Former team members

Regine Hampel
The Open University
United Kingdom

Address for correspondence: Email

     
 

PARTNERS

Learn to teach by social web" (L2T) is a EU (Comenius) funded project that aims at delivering an online vocational training course for teachers that want to get inspirations for the use of social media in school. The training course is arguing purely pedagogically: We do not speak about technology, but about pedagogical use of social meda. The project is built on the approach "from teachers for teachers", because it follows the insight that active teachers are the best guides for other teachers to inspire other teachers to explore social media for classroom teaching purposes. Our target group are teachers that have no experience in using social media - neither private or for teaching purposes. The outcome is a curriculum with a workload of 100 hours that comprises lesson inspirations, teaching material and insights into social media as a working and communication style.

 Bring Your Own Devices for Learning  or  for short " BYOD4L" is an open learning event organised by an informal network of collaborators. BYOD4L is for anybody who is interested in using their own smart devices for learning and teaching in a higher education context and beyond. For more information, please access https://byod4learning.wordpress.com


#mfltwitterati The #mfltwitterati is a dynamic grassroots community of language teachers, consultants and organisations from the UK and Ireland who love to share ideas on a daily basis about anything and everything to do with language learning and language teaching. Like the #ICTREV community, participants enjoy learning from each other, collaborating and trying out new ideas then feeding back the results for further review and reflection. Formed in 2008 by independent languages consultant and former language teacher, Joe Dale, the community of practice has grown from strength to strength and now has over 2500 members. The hashtag #MFLtwitterati is also being used by language teachers all around the world as a vehicle for sharing good practice.
To follow developments, read this guide (http://tinyurl.com/mfltwitteratiguide ) or get in contact via Twitter @joedale

 
   


This initiative is carried out within the framework of a cooperation agreement between the European Centre for Modern Languages and the European Commission, entitled INNOVATIVE METHODOLOGIES AND ASSESSMENT IN LANGUAGE LEARNING   www.ecml.at/ec-cooperation