In the Digital Competence Assessment Survey for Language Teachers conducted by DC4LT, we look at the attitude of teachers and administrators towards digital technologies in language teaching, what pedagogical approaches are applied or expected to be applied, and much more! At the presentation on May 17, we will share the initial analysis of the survey results and discuss them with the audience.
User needs and
in e-language teaching
Analysis of the language teaching labour market trends and demands
At DC4LT, we analysed a sample of job announcements for language teachers in Europe aiming to identify what digital competences and skills are required by the employers. The results indicate that in the majority of the cases, employers ask for old-fashioned og general digital competences and skills or do not mention such skills at all.
Future (Im)Perfect: Language Teachers‘ Professional Development and ICT
Dr. Martina Emke
The Open University, UK
Developing competences for online language teachers: Putting it into practice
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya / ECML
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) can connect with language teaching to make language learning more open, more enjoyable, and – some claim – more effective. Yet language teachers interested in integrating ICT (more) into their teaching activities face many challenges, which could be met with the help of adequate and flexible professional development. Drawing on recent research carried out by the AILA Research Network TPLang21 and by the speaker, this talk will provide an insightful picture of global language teachers‘ professional development activities. The final part of this talk addresses the ways in which the ICT-REV project at the European Centre of Modern Languages has sought to support language teachers in their individual and networked ICT-related professional development.