Date: 17-18 January 2019.
Venue: Building of the Faculty of Law, University of Zenica, Bosnia Herzegovina.
Local organiser: Dr. Edina Rizvić-Eminović, Assistant Professor, Head of Department of English Language and Literature
ECML trainers: Sarah Heiser, United Kingdom; Jackie Robbins, Spain; Ursula Stickler, United Kingdom
Participants' background: 21 participants; professors, teaching assistants and MA students of the four language departments at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zenica: Department of English Language and Literature, Department of German Language and Literature, Department of Turkish Language and Literature and Department of Bosnian, Croatian/Serbian Language and Literature.
The workshop entitled “Use of ICT in support of language teaching and learning“ was held in Zenica on 17 and 18 January 2019. It was implemented by the European Centre for Modern Languages of the Council of Europe in cooperation with the four language departments of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zenica – English, German, Turkish and Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian Department.
The participants were professors, teaching assistants and MA students of the four departments. The purpose was to receive a hands-on training and learn how to best use a set of user-friendly applications in the (foreign) language teaching, particularly in their practical, contemporary English, German, Turkish and BCS classes, but outside the classroom, too.
Such knowledge and skills have a direct impact on empowering and strengthening the competences of LT professionals as well as on modernizing their daily teaching practice on the one hand and on increasing student motivation on the other.
Edina Rizvić-Eminović (local organiser)
Photo album (@Edina Rizvić-Eminović)