#KELTchat preview: 31 March, 2013

Hi everyone!

#KELTChat returns again at 8pm today (Sunday) for another round of chatting. This week’s poll winner was the topic “Tech tools we should be using”.

Seemingly few people these days have a completely technology free classroom, especially in a country as connected as Korea. Tonight’s chat gives you the opportunity both to share your technology tips and to hear other peoples’s success stories. We’d prefer to keep this a positive sharing experience, so tonight’s discussion is not intended to be a debate as to whether or not we should be using technology, though if it goes that way, then so be it.

In preparation for this chat, here are a few questions to think about.

  • How much do you use technology in class, and how much would you like to?
  • What tech tools and resources do you use to provide input to your students?
  • What tech tools and resources do you use to provide a platform for student output?
  • How do you use technology to help students in class (for example planning speaking or writing)?
  • Do you have any useful tools to help with admin?
  • What challenges do you face in using  technology and how can these be dealt with? 
  • How can students use technology tools to keep learning outside of class?

We look forward to seeing you at 8pm tonight! Happy tweeting!

If you’re new to Twitter chatting and aren’t sure quite how it works, check out this handy guide. If you have no idea what #KELTChat is, have a look here or here. You can also contact us through Twitter (@breathyvowel, @JosetteLB, @michaelegriffin, @alexswalsh, @annehendler, @johnpfordresher) or on our Facebook page.

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