IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG:


Date: Sunday, April 15th, 2012 Time: 11:00 PM - 12:00 AM

Speaker: Carol Rainbow

This is an online seminar being held Sunday, 15 April 2012, 14:00 GM Time, which is 11 PM on the same day in Japan. The event takes place in the IATEFL online conference room; click here for details on how to connect.

We all know how wonderful the internet is, the opportunities it opens up for communication, research, learning, creating, collaborating and sharing. There is, however, an element of risk to children and young people who need to be taught how to keep themselves safe in this new, always connected digital world. This session will seek to explore some of those risks, and share resources which teachers may wish to use so that they can help their students, young people or children protect themselves

Carol Rainbow is an ICT consultant in the UK working mostly to enhance teaching and learning with ICT. She is a teacher, CEOP Ambassador, EPICT E-safety facilitator and a 360 E-safety assessor! Much of her work recently has involved studying e-safety and providing training to teachers in that field.

Alternative Access
IATEFL LT SIG webinars are recorded, and if you are a Learning Technologies SIG member, you have access to the recordings.

Organization: The International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language, Learning Technologies Special Interest Group (IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG)

Cost: IATEFL Members: free
Non-members: free; open to non-LT SIG members

Venue: IATEFL Online conference room

Location: Online, Online Events, Online Event


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