Day three is almost over already and the buzz surrounding Glasgow is still as exciting as ever. Viewing some of the events online, reading all about the fun activities via Twitter, doing some CO12 book editing, turning the compost heap, sorting out embed codes, shooing away chickens, trying to work out why Twitter's layout has gone a bit mad, and fending off cats have all kept me rather busy today.
How I wished I could have picked up a few complimentary scannable chocolates from the Macmillan stand today!! Full image in all its glory here. I was kindly sent some virtual choccies after I tweeted a message to Macmillan!
I viewed a great video interview today with Lindsay Clandfield and Luke Meddings, the founders of a fabulous new publishing initiative called The Round - "an independent collective of creative individuals in English language teaching".
A second video I watched was an interview with Willy Cardoso. Before viewing the interview, you should read Bruno Andrade's great summary and feedback of Willy's presentation today.
You can also read what the other 53 Glasgow Online Registered Bloggers are writing about. This is an incredible number of active bloggers reporting and giving feedback about this amazing conference. This list has grown since the last time I looked when there were only 20 names or so. I believe you will be able to get a very comprehensive picture of what IATEFL Glasgow Conference is all about by popping in to any of their sites!
If this isn't enough, then I've just discovered a great Scoop.it of blog posts on Glasgow IATEFL Bloggers curated by Emma Heath.
Professor Diana Laurillard's Plenary
You can find out more about Professor Diana Laurillard from this site here and learn about the Learning Designer and Tel (Technology Enhance Learning). The title of the Plenary is "Supporting the teacher as innovative learning designer."
I will definitely be viewing this video again as soon as I get the chance. I only caught part of it this morning, and I really liked what I heard! The ToonDoo cartoon I have created shows some of the key points that I noted.
The IATEFL videos unfortunately cease to work after some time has passed, so I have had to sadly delete them all. I feel this is a great pity!