I'd just like to say a great big thank you to everyone who has been reading, and to everyone who has been getting involved in the discussion during the last 4 weeks. It's been very interesting for me to hear your thoughts and ideas on video for language teaching. I would also like to thank Rob Lewis for inviting me to be guest writer for November on the Teaching English site. It has been a great honour for me to be involved. Thank you Rob.
It is incredible to think that YouTube turned 5 years old last month. It seems as if it has been around forever. I wonder how our lives and classrooms will change over the next 5 years. I have a feeling that the importance of video will continue to rise as more of the world's population gets access to the tools that are necessary to use it. Let's meet back here in 2015 to reflect!
In the meantime, I would be especially interested to hear from anyone who uses video recorders for teaching and then decides to share the results. If you decide to upload any video from your classroom on sites such as YouTube or Vimeo, please let me know. You can always get in touch with me on Twitter: @cheimi10
One last thing - I started teflclips.com three years ago to explore the ways in which online video can be used in the classroom. The site is currently being given a facelift. It will be relaunched later this month as Lessonstream.org. I hope you like it.
Thanks very much again
All the best