Annelene Timmermann’s Image Conference Brussels experience



Annelene Timmermann writes about her experience as a speaker and delegate at The Image Conference Brussels.


  1. What did you enjoy about The Image Conference?


There was a large variety of sessions to choose from and the speakers and participants came from many different countries. It was a very international and inspirational event.


  1. How was The Image Conference different from other conferences you’ve been to?


I found the focus of approaching ELT from an ‘image’ perspective innovative.



  1. Sum up your talk briefly.


Making pupils media lit! Integrating media literacy into language lessons

This interactive workshop enhanced teachers’ media literacy and critical thinking skills and provided them with a practical toolbox and inspirational ideas for their English lessons. The activities focused on images (e.g. emoji, reverse image search) and videos (e.g. deep fake).

  1. What were the main discussion points to arise in The Image Conference?


Media literacy, visual thinking strategies, multimodality

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