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Education@Edunation - Sunday 30th March 2008

The fourth in the EduCation@EduNation Second Life monthly series of presentations, talks, seminars, etc. will be next Sunday 30th March at 12:00 PST (Second Life Time), 19:00 UTC/GMT or 21:00 CET.

The special guest this time round is Jeremy Harmer, the well-known and best-selling ELT author and international speaker, and it will be his first public event in Second Life - he'll be behind the avatar Dirk Beatty.

The session is entitled “Watching Teachers Watch Themselves” and will be a real-world talk (rather than being about SL education) looking at teacher observation and how teachers perceive their work and their teaching practice.

The session concerns the teacher observation Jeremy carried out whole preparing the new edition of ‘How to Teach English‘ [ Pearson Longman, 2007 ]. More about this project can be found in the DVD that accompanies the printed book.

So, be sure to sign up quickly to ensure a place next Sunday (by visiting the sign-up stands in-world on EduNation III) - it promises to be a lively session which ELT teachers worldwide will undoubtedly enjoy and benefit from.


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  2. Anonymous3:08 am

    Somos un grupo de chicas que estudiamos periodismo en la UAB y nos gustaría hablar con algun bookcrosser para que nos explicara de qué va el tema un poco mejor. Hemos pensado que el fenomeno del bookcrossing es un buen tema para hacer un reportaje con el objetivo de darlo a conocer porque aun hay mucha gente que lo desconoce. ¿Estarias dispuesto/a a explicarnos un poco más? Sería poco rato y quedaríamos en alguno de los sitios oficiales de BC de Barcelona. Nos harias un gran favor y ayudarias a que el tema se expandiera por la Universidad! Incluimos un café, jaja.
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