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Shaun Wilden – “Making Digital Sense in the Classroom”

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Reposted and edited from Shaun Wilden’s blog for Oxford University Press

This is a version of the talk I did at IATEFL on Saturday. The powerpoint is the same, I just sat and screen recorded myself this morning. It is about 30 minutes long as I edited bits and could not include the video clips I had in the talk. There is also a bit of a clumsy edit in part three for timing reasons. The websites I used for the talk follow the videos. Enjoy and if you have any questions feel free to leave me a comment.

Making Digital Sense in the Classroom – IATEFL 2010 talk

Part One

Part Two

Part Three


Reference is made to Shaun’s previous OUP ELT Blog post – Technology in the classroom – The teacher’s equivalent to Marmite?

Full references are available by downloading the full Shaun Wilden – Making Digital Sense (References) PDF.

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