Tyson Seburn whose talk at the Image Conference in Valetta, Malta was titled Learner-sourced visuals: a higher level text’s best friend answers the post-conference questionnaire.
- What did you enjoy about The Image Conference?
It was getting together with old and new friends that was the most awesome, but also in Malta—what a location.
- How was The Image Conference different from other conferences you’ve been to?
You knew every session was going to take something about visuals to a different angle. That part was unique.
- What were the main discussion points to arise in The Image Conference?
Good question. I didn’t come away with any contentious topics, but most gave a few worthy takeaways to consider.
- Where would you like to see the next edition of The Image Conference held?
Lisbon, Krakow, Prague
Tyson Seburn is an EAP instructor at the University of Toronto and author of Academic Reading Circles. He holds an MA Educational Technology & TESOL from the University of Manchester. His main interest focuses on public spaces for exploring teacher identity and development. These include #tleap (bit.do/tleap), 4CinELT (fourc.ca), and IATEFL TDSIG (tdsig.org).
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