Making the most of materials and resources in an online context
Presented by Steve Tulk
When it comes to digital resources, it can sometimes be hard to see the wood for the trees. What’s the difference between a digital book and an e-book? Should I be using PDFs? Progress trackers? Presentation kits? This talk aims to demystify the world of online teaching materials - breaking through the jargon to give a definitive guide to what’s available and what it can do for you (and your students). Join us on this voyage of discovery and find the resources that are right for you.
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Steve Tulk is the Macmillan ELT consultant for London, the Midlands, Northern England, Scotland and Wales. Steve was an ELT teacher for many years, teaching in Europe, the Middle East and in the UK. He is an experienced teacher trainer and has also held academic management and school management positions in the UK and overseas. Steve’s particular areas of interest within the ELT classroom are the need to place a greater emphasis on meaningful communication practice, and increasing the representation of international accents in our materials.