Teachability has provided many workshops and presentations on mobile learning to teachers in Further and Higher Education around the world.
This page allows delegates to either do preparatory work for our workshops and access handouts and other resources after their sessions.
The table below provides links to our presentations in chronological order and links to our resources.
|Date||Type||Organization and Location||Resources||Name|
|22.04.2014||Slides, photos and information||Wima Monaco NFC & Proximity Solutions 2014|
22-24 April 2014
|Monaco: Slides and photos||Collaborative Learning Activities with NFC|
|21.01.2014||Slides, Photos and information||British Council, Admiralty Arch, London. SW1A||British Council Seminar||British Council’s E-Learning and Innovation seminar|
|09.01.2014||Slides and Information||AULC Association of University Language Centres - UCD applied language centre - Dublin||AULC presentations||‘Shaping change in language learning: looking back to move forward’|
|21.06.2013||Slides from recorded online webinar||Jisc RSC Insight 2013 summer conference||Slideshare link||Webinar: Blend IT, Mix IT, Flip IT!
|11.12.2013||Slides from presentation||NIACE Digital Conference, 11th December, 2013||Niace: London||Collaborative Learning Activities using mobile devices|
|23.09.2013||Slides and Information||Lodz University of Technology The Second International Conference on E-Learning and E-Technologies in Education||Slides and Information||Improving Language Learner Experience with ‘out-of-classroom’ Collaborative Learning Activities|
Mobile Learning Activities for Language Learning: A Micro-Guide for Educators by Thomas Sweeney and Simon Wardman What is this? This guide is an experiment in crowd-sourced research and publishing. What your reading now is the first revision of what we hope will expand over time to include a number of different activities, reviews and general views and ideas about learning all contributed by a community of educators, learners, researchers and everyone in between. With luck–and your help–we aim to develop resources that will contribute to the ongoing conversations on how we can use mobile technology in teaching and learning. Your contributions could be as simple as tidying up the source material through identifying spelling and grammar errors or as in-depth as designing and adding new material of your own such as new teaching activities or photography or graphics or even tutorial videos for others to learn from. Last updated: 11.05.2015
Teachability.eu is the sister site to teachability.info, a collaborative blog about teaching and learning design.
Direct link to the original BTSig Hot Potatoes website containing quizzes, ‘drag and drop’ activities, worksheets, grammar exercises and many other resources. Made with the help of the legendary ‘Hot Potatoes software’ from Half-Baked Software Inc. BTSig was written in French to supplement an English for Network Administrators course.
- Original domain name: www.wanadoo.fr
- Last update: 28.09.2003
BTSig is an online listening interface used for testing listening comprehension of French network administrators. The site also contains quizzes, ‘drag and drop’ activities, worksheets, grammar exercises, ‘gap-fills’ and much more. Made with the help of the legendary Hot Potatoes software from Half-Baked Software Inc. BTSig was written in French to supplement an English for Network Administrators course.
- Original domain name: www.btsig.co.uk
- Last update: 28.09.2006
The original Podblog website was an audio resource environment for English language teachers training at the University of Nottingham for an M.A. in English Language Teaching (ELT). Contains teacher discussions on a variety of subjects including EGAP: English for General Academic Purposes, ESAP: English for Specific Academic Purposes, EST: English for Science and Technology, SE (TECH): Special English for Technology. Also contains Skypecasts with subtitles / closed-captions from experts in the field.
- Original domain name: podblog.co.uk
- Last update: 02.03.2006