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Teacher, teacher-trainer, researcher and writer Jade Blue talks about her experience at the Image Conference in Lisbon.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? It was so inspiring and rewarding to be part of an event with such a fantastic line up of talks, and be able to connect and spend time with

Teacher, researcher and writer, Nora Nagy, talks about the experience of her first Image Conference in Lisbon. A first-timer’s reflections on the Image Conference in Lisbon Looking back at the Image Conference I can’t help thinking that something special and important started to happen in the world of English language teaching with the first conference

Teachers, trainer and researchers, Elena Dominguez and Jelena Bobina, talk about their Image Conference experience in Lisbon.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference?   We especially enjoyed the practical approach to the use of images in ELT, new ideas and teaching tips. We also enjoyed having been given the possibility of meeting

  Teacher, trainer and writer Dave Tuckers tells us about his experience at the Image Conference in Lisbon.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The Image Conference was remarkable, not only due to the breadth of experience and expertise of the speakers, but also the variety and range of topics and techniques

Teacher and coursebook writer, Paul Dummett, talks about his experience at the Image Conference in Lisbon. 1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? I really liked the emphasis on the power of images to help us understand the lives of others (empathy). The last talk I saw by Joanna Norton was inspirational in

  Teacher, trainer and coursebook writer, Ben Goldstein, talks about his Image Conference experience in Lisbon.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference?   The variety of presentations – from talks covering academic research to hands-on workshops.   How was The Image Conference different from other conferences you’ve been to?   There were

  Flipped classroom teacher, Frank McGirr, answers the post-Image Conference questionnaire.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference?   Meeting like minded teachers. I work at an institution where most teachers stick rigidly to course books. While attempting to meet the diverse needs of individual students, in a variety of countries, course books

  We are delighted to announce that you can now download the programme for the Image Conference in Lisbon on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th October. Here’s a link. the-image-conference-programme It promises to be a great event with leading experts in the use of images in language education sharing their knowledge, experience and know-how. We hope

  Teacher educator, author and educational consultant Sandie Mourao talks about her plenary session “Picturebooks and their films: multimodality on pages and screens” at the Image Conference in Lisbon on Saturday 14th October.     Biodata Sandie Mourão (PhD) is a teacher educator, author and educational consultant. She is co-editor of ‘Early Years Second Language

  Teacher, trainer, researcher and writer Sylvia Karastathi talks about her  session “Adapting Museum Education Resources for Language Learning” at the Image Conference in Lisbon on 13th October. Within a new communicative landscape where multimodal communication is the norm, still and moving images are gaining ground even in traditional educational settings. The inclusion of aspects

  Lisa Phillips, whose talk at the Image Conference in Valetta, Malta was on visual literacy in English language teaching, answers the post-conference questionnaire.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? Paul Driver’s opening plenary was excellent, and the other workshops throughout the day were of a very high quality.   How was

  Tim Phillips is  Sales Executive for Cengage / National Geographic Learning in Germany and Austria. Here Tim tells us about his experience at The Image Conference in Munich.   What did you enjoy about The Image Conference? The professional level of the talks I attended.   How was The Image Conference different from other

  Dr Sylvia Karastathi studied Literature and Visual Culture at the University of Cambridge. She teaches English, academic writing and study skills at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She is also a teacher trainer and researcher. Sylvia tells us about her experience as a delegate at The Image Conference in Munich.    1. What did you enjoy about The

The second edition of The Image Conference: Film, Video, Images and Gaming in English Language Teaching took place at Cultura Inglesa in Brasilia, Brazil on 25th October. The conference was organised by the Brasilia Chapter of Braz-Tesol and had the backing of the International Association of Teaching English as a Foreign Language Association’s Learning Technologies

Lindsay Clandfield, teacher, teacher trainer and an international award winning author, talks about his keynote session at The Image Conference. [slideshare id=19945622&style=border: 1px solid #CCC; border-width: 1px 1px 0; margin-bottom: 5px;&sc=no] Imageconf from Lindsay Clandfield Read more about Lindsay and his talk here. The Critical Eye Lindsay Clandfield Macmillan Keynote 17.45 – 18.45 Aula magna This

Spanish teacher, teacher trainer and blogger Laura Vazquez talks about her session at The Image Conference. [googleapps domain=”docs” dir=”file/d/0B54Lt9xXKQBiazdrWnVpTVJteTg/preview” query=”” width=”640″ height=”385″ /] Read more about Laura and her talk here.   Working with language presented in a more visual way can be fun and help students in learning any language. The audiovisual industry and