Integrating ICT in the classroom - mini event

Watch recordings from our ICT in the classroom mini-event, featuring three webinars looking at different aspects of integrating ICT in the classroom.

About the webinars

Chris Roland: Teacher-produced audio and video: Record it, use it, enjoy your life!

In this session we stay at the basic end of tech use, looking at how desktop voice recorders and cameras that come already installed on your devices, PC’s and laptops, can save you time, improve your teaching and create a sense of variety in your lessons.

We cover key areas such as providing students with feedback and correction, helping them learn vocabulary, giving instructions, consolidation of classroom tasks and providing listening practice.

The session is orientated towards the teaching of teens but I have also used most of these ideas with younger learners and adults and point out where they can be adapted for those age ranges as well. There is example footage and anecdotes from my own lessons. Suitable for new teachers, seasoned veteran and trainers alike.

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You can download the action plan from Chris's session at the bottom of this page in the 'Downloads' section.

Graham Stanley: Gamification in ELT: Magic Bullet or Broken Sword?

Can gamification be used effectively in language teaching? Find out how games can help motivate learners and provide a stimulating environment for language practice. In this session Graham also takes a look at the meaning of fun and games, examines play and players, and explores how different game elements might be used in the classroom and for what purpose.

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You can download Graham's presentation in PDF format at the bottom of this page in the 'Downloads' section.

Nare Hakobyan: Multimodality in EFL Teaching

This talk is about the role of multimodality in the 21st century EFL classroom. Firstly, it is explained what multimodality is and why it is crucial to integrate multimodality in an EFL classroom. The explanation is accompanied with detailed and real examples that help to understand the urge for teaching English as a foreign language multimodally. Then, some particular modes (more specifically, images, videos and podcasts) with their pros in EFL teaching are introduced. In addition, each mode is presented with FREE platforms to acquire multimodal resources and FREE softwares to create videos and podcasts. At the end of the talk, the participants will learn to 1) assess the importance of multimodality in EFL teaching, 2) apply free multimodal resources and 3) create their own multimodal resources.

Watch a recording of this session

You can download Nare's presentation in PDF format at the bottom of this page in the 'Downloads' section.

About the speakers

Chris Roland

Chris Roland is a trainer and methodology writer based in Seville. He has taught in the private language academy sector, mainstream schools and held posts with the British Council in Damascus and Barcelona. He is known on the international ELT conference circuit for his lively but practical talks on classroom techniques. He tutors on both Trinity Diploma and Cambridge DELTA courses. He has published a number of books through Pavilion including: Understanding Teenagers in the ELT Classroom (2018) and Structuring Fun for Young Learners (2020) with two more complementary titles to help teachers transition to online teaching. Chris’ current interests are: the dialogue between teachers and students, ways to reduce tension in the classroom and the lesson as an event in itself. 

Graham Stanley

Graham Stanley is the British Council’s English Programmes Lead for the Americas, based in Mexico city. He has an M.Ed. in ELT & Educational Technology (Manchester, UK) and his publications include Language Learning with Technology (CUP, 2013), which was the English Speaking Union’s ELT book of the year, and Remote Teaching (British Council, 2019). He also co-authored the ELTon-winning Digital Play: Computer games and language aims (Delta, 2011).

Nare Hakobyan

Nare Hakobyan is a Ph.D. and researcher with an EFL teaching experience of 12 years. She is an international EFL teacher trainer and curriculum designer. The fields of her interest are multimodality in EFL, multimodality and vocabulary learning, multimodality and discourse in EFL, as well as critical thinking and creativity in EFL.




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TeachingEnglish team

Submitted by Teresita I. Tajaran on Sat, 01/28/2023 - 09:25

Greetings! Hello everyone. I am from the Philippines. May I know how to get the certificate for this session?

Thank you so much and God bless.

Hello Teresita

Instructions for getting the certificate were given during the webinar. You should also have received an e-mail after the event with the details. It's a good idea to check your spam folder if you can't see the e-mail.


TeachingEnglish team

Submitted by Sammoya6969 on Sun, 02/19/2023 - 15:29

In reply to by Cath McLellan

Hi everyone,

I am an EAL teacher living and working in London, UK. Please, how can I obtain a certificate for this webinar? Thank you.

Submitted by Paul Braddock on Mon, 02/20/2023 - 08:32

In reply to by Sammoya6969

Hi Samia,

Certificates are available for participants who attended the live sessions. We do not provide certificates for people who watch the recordings. If you attended the live sessions, you will have received a link to the certificate 24 hours after the event.


Paul (TeachingEnglish team)


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