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Ready, set, switch them on?

Smartphones have become the most ubiquitous electronic devices. For us English teachers, that means we need to either ban them in our classes, or come to terms with them and incorporate their use into our routine. Ignoring their ubiquity does not seem to help. So, why not engage our students in using those power-packed, hand-held computers to improve their skills in English?

In this workshop we are going to analyse the pros and cons of incorporating the use of smartphones in the classroom, discuss different functionalities and applications that might be useful for language teaching and learning and look at some engaging activities that students can carry out using mobiles.

On Saturday June 16th – 9.30 to 12
At Asociación Rosarina de Cultura Inglesa. Buenos Aires 1174 – Rosario

Pay at APRIR‘s office or on site

APRIR members: free of charge

Students, ARCI staff and members of FAAPI affiliated TAs: $150

Non-members: $250

Presenter’s biodata

Gabriela Cuscione holds a TEFL degree from IES N° 28 Olga Cossettini. She has 30 years’ experience of teaching English at different levels in face-to-face classes and 5 years’ experience of teaching English online. She has also been the ICT Coordinator at ARCI, Asociación Rosarina de Cultura Inglesa, for 3 years now. In 2015 she became a Cambridge English presenter and has lectured on the use of technology to enhance learning and Cambridge Assessment English exams preparation.

APRIR would like to thank ARCI for their support.

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