In the lead up to the ISTEK Schools 3rd International ELT Conference, we’ll be introducing some of the presenters on the blog. Next up is Mürüvvet Çelik…
Could you tell us a bit about yourself?
Mürüvvet Çelik has been teaching English for 12 years and she has been working as the Head of Department of Foreign Languages at Atafen College for four years. Her career has included as a teacher trainer supported by British Side. She holds a BA in Translation and Interpretation Department from Hacettepe University. She worked at Anatolian High School for three years. Afterwards she has been a member of Atafen Family. She has participated numerous conferences and seminars related to ELT and she has been a member of IATEFL for 3 years. She is specializing in active learning and teaching techniques, technology as well as young learner teaching.
A sweet day of hands-on learning for a Web 2.0 world connected to reading. In today’s classrooms, reading is undergoing tremendous transformations as new technologies demand new literacies. Educators must be responsive to today’s learners. Learn about the latest affordable technology tools and interactive websites. Explore strategies for using these tools to enhance learning in your classrooms. See a fast-paced review of the latest technology, play a game, have fun as well as to create new and engaging tasks for reading classes.
This workshop will be useful and handful for teachers who want to engage and empower students to make a jump in their reading performance.
Why are you interested in the area you’ll be presenting on?
This year I had a technology course about web tools and I have been giving reading lessons for the 6th grade. So I would like to share what I have been doing with my students and show how they love reading by byte byte!
What should your audience expect to learn?
Web tools with a fun activity
What words sum up your session?
Combination of technology and reading
Do you blog? Tell us about it?
Our blog: Atafenyabancidillerzumresi
I have blog for my school about the activities of foreign language department.
Can we find you on Twitter or Facebook?
On Facebook – Muruvvet Tutkun Celik