How cool is this? Teachers’ competition for Social Media use in Formal Language Learning Contexts is a competition that aims to find the best practices of using social media for language learning in formal learning contexts (e.g. schools and universities.) The aim of this competition is to “identify and award language teaching initiatives with social networking technologies that take place in classroom settings in Europe.”
Stage one of the competition: The Top 10 entries have been selected for their best practices. Check them out.
Stage two of the competition: By mid-november the top practice (subject to a second round of selection among the ten best) will be announced.
I can’t wait to see who the final winners are!
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Sarah Elaine Eaton is a faculty member in the Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, Canada.