A presentation at the Japan Association of Language Teachers conference in Shizuoka,  21/11/2009.

Choosing the technology that works for you! from darren elliott on Vimeo.

You can download a copy of the handout here. I’d love to hear your feedback on the presentation itself or, better, any of the technology you are using. How do you check out whether it’s right for you or not? Any questions I missed? Have I neglected issues important in your context?

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  2. Very interesting presentation Darren! Thanks for sharing it! I would like to invite you to post a link to your blog in my Ning http://www.teach-with-internet.ning.com
    I will be giving a presentation on blogs and wikis next sat 28th in Bs As. I will send a link to the PPt when it is ready too so as to get some feedback as well.
    Best regards
    Paula (in Argentina)

  3. Thanks Paula, I’d like to hear what you have to say. I teach in universities in Japan… are there any checklist questions you would add or change for the Argentinian context?

  4. Dear Darren, I ma investigating EFLteachers’ attitudes to integrate CALL materials in class and the first things which attracts me your equation of Teachers == Fear. And you are right!

    Your presentation is quite at the point for me.

    Good Job!

  5. Great Video. I’d like to include it on an online course I’m working on for “Learning to teach on the Internet.”

  6. Katia, thank you. Where are you working?

    Gary, as long as you credit me, no problem!

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