2012 English Australia Conference presentations
The speakers listed below have agreed to share their presentation material on the 2012 English Australia Conference webpage.
Presentations have been posted in alphabetical order. Please note that none are peer reviewed.
Please note that the opinions expressed in the presentations do not necessarily represent those of English Australia.
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ELICOS Leaders Day
Mark McCrindle - ELICOS Future Forum (with responses)
Making learning technologies work for you
Getting started with m-learning resources
Developing a personal learning network (Karen Benson, Lauren Brumfield, Nicky Hockly, Michael Griffiths, Sophia Khan, Kyle Smith)
- Handouts on Google Reader, ScoopIt, Flipboard, Twitter & Blogs
Digital literacies: re-shaping our teaching references
Should we be planning to teach grammar? If so, how? Handout
Using the ELT Barometer to drive increases in student satisfaction Sue Blundell, Kevin Brett, Dianne McKeagney
Melissa Barnes & Brett Manning
Encouraging communication through the use of Edmodo and Glogster
Technology engagement: so when's the wedding?
Kathy Coutts & Beth Hutton
Back to the future: focusing on independent learning skills for direct-entry program students
Barbara Craig & Sandra Pitronaci
Jazz it up, teacher! Music Club promotes pronunciation, fluency and off-beat engagement in an ELT classroom Winner, Award for Contribution to Professional ELICOS Practice
Liz Kose & Simon Todd
Is it still raining cats and dogs? Using corpora to inform classroom teaching
What does Assessment for Learning hold for us?
Sharon Luhr & Carolin Long
Compliance: working with it in the present to re-shape the future
Becoming a mimic: getting the most out of pronunciation
Sheree Millen & Will Alderton
Developing a positive community of practice: Many challenges and some successes at Curtin English
Samantha Webster, Dianne McKeagney & Juliana Kendi
Management of students at risk: advancing through collaboration
Future-proofing: Managing uncertainty in ELICOS program delivery
Best practices in boutique homestays can make a big difference
Christine Rose, Auzzie Families Homestay
Unfortunately Christine was not able to present her slides at the conference. Anyone wishing information from AHN's presentation can contact Ella Balsamo, email@example.com.