Croatian Association of Teachers of English

Irena Pavlović: My SUSI Experience

5 June 2017
HUPE in collaboration with CARNet

Irena Pavlović, prof., an English language teacher with 15 years of teaching experience has prepared an overview of her SUSI programme experience. She won the scholarship of the US State Department and now is willing to share her experience with you, with us.

So, if you want to know more about what does it mean to be a SUSI, about professional development of the teachers in the USA, about their educational system or how it reflects on you and your life afterwards, please take a look at the recording.

The main aim of this excellent webinar is to get to know the American educational system and the possibilities of professional development through US Embassy Zagreb.

To watch the recording of the full session, click here.


Arjana Blažić: Tools for online assessment

30 January 23017
HUPE in collaboration with TESOL EVO ICT4ELT and CARNet

Arjana Blazic is a Language Arts Teacher at IX. gimnazija in Zagreb, Croatia and 2014-2015 Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow

at the Pennsylvania State University. She is education technology advisor and course designer, international speaker and workshop leader.

In this webinar we will present various online testing tools that teachers can use to create their own interactive quizzes, surveys, puzzles and games for testing student knowledge and measuring student progress. The talk will focus on free user-friendly tools that can be used for testing different language aspects.

To watch the recording of the full session, click here.

The link to Arjana's presentation:

Nik Peachey: Thinking Critically Through Digital Media

23 January 2017
HUPE in collaboration with TESOL EVO ICT4ELT and CARNet

Nik Peachey is a blogger, teacher trainer and experienced materials writer and editor. He has been working in ELT since 1992 and has worked all over the world with companies like British Council, International House and Bell Educational Service as well as ELT publishers including Macmillan, CUP, OUP and a range of tech companies including Google.

He was the commissioning editor for the BBC - British Council’s Teaching English website from 2003 - 2007. In 2010 his Daily English Activities blog was shortlisted for a British Council Innovations award and in 2012 he won an Innovations award for the blended learning course he developed for Bell. His first major ebook 'Digital Video - A manual for language teachers' was written and produced as a multimedia iBook for iTunes after crowd funding through Indiegogo and has now been shortlisted for an Innovations award in 2016.

Author - Digital video - A manual for language teachers:
Author - 10 Lessons in Digital Literacy:
Author - Web 2.0 tools for teachers:
Co-editor - Creativity in the English language classroom:
Founder - PeacheyPublications  

To watch the recording of the full session, click here.
The Link to Nik's presentation:


Nicky Hockly: Going Mobile

17 January 2017
HUPE in collaboration with TESOL EVO ICT4ELT and CARNet

To watch the recording of the full session, click here.

Nicky Hockly is Director of Pedagogy of The Consultants-E, an award-winning online training and development organisation. She has worked in the field of English Language Teaching since 1987, is an international plenary speaker, and gives workshops and training courses for teachers all over the world. Nicky writes regular columns on technology for teachers in ETP (English Teaching Professional) magazine, and in the ELTJ (English Language Teaching Journal). She has also written several prize-winning methodology books about new technologies in language teaching, many of them with co-author Gavin Dudeney. The latest of these books are Focus on Learning Technologies (2016), and ETpedia Technology (forthcoming 2017). She is a member of the Oxford University Press ELT Expert Advisory Panel, a Consultant for the Cambridge English Teacher platform (Cambridge University Press), and is a member of the NILE Advisory Panel, as well as being a member of the TESOL Journal Advisory Board. Nicky lives in Barcelona, and is a technophobe turned technophile.

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