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A selection of comments from some of Shelly's previous students:

Hi Shelly! First of all, let me thank you for ALL YOUR HELP, your support and your inspiration. This course is wonderful and l'm learning TONS about the zillions of resources out there that we can use. I'm also a teacher at an official language school, like many other colleagues that have posted their opinions here. I don't like overloading my students either, but I have found that they LOVE doing these sort of things… The trick is combining it with activities that help them in their learning process. The avatar has been the perfect excuse for a writing task and it has allowed the shiest in the class to start having an online voice in our digital platform this year. Does this have a drawback? Well, as any of these "online things" it means extra work for both the teacher and the student, that's absolutely certain. But the reward is that the students are more engaged in their learning activities and at least for me that makes me willing to put in "some" extra effort. Courage to you all!!! This course is one of the good ones!!! by Raquel

First of all, I would like to thank Shelly for her insightful comments. l have learnt a lot of new things, despite my difficulties to cope with some tasks. I thought I would never reach my final project and here I am. And last but not least, I would like to thank my colleagues. Their tasks have been a great source of inspiration. by Soraya

I wouldn't like to say goodbye without thanking all of you, dear colleagues. I've loved every single bit of this course, I've already recommended it to my colleagues. I've loved sharing my creations and learning from you all. A very special thanks to Shelly. What a know-all you are. I admire your work and kindness. You're a great teacher, you've been most inspiring and helpful from the very start. by Eva

And from 7 year-old blogger, Em:

I love Ms. Terrell's blog because she always gives my mom good ideas for apps I'd like. They always end up being my favorites.

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iTDi Advanced Course

Language Learning to Go! Integrating Mobile Learning with Language Learners with Shelly Sanchez Terrell

Live online sessions will be held in the iTDi virtual classroom on Sundays in March.

Time: 14:00 - 15:00 GMT

March 2nd – Free iTDi Global Webinar, open to all

Live sessions (registered participants only)

  • March 9th – course participants only (60 minutes)
  • March 16th – course participants only (60 minutes)
  • March 23rd – course participants only (60 minutes)
  • March 30th – course participants only (60 minutes)

Enroll in the entire course for only US $49

Course + Evaluation + Certificate of Accomplishment US $75

Questions? Contact support@itdi.pro

With Shelly, explore ways to

  • Get students to explore, create, experiment, analyze, and think critically with basic device features and apps
  • Motivate students to practice listening, speaking, reading, and writing habitually with their mobile devices
  • Design and implement mobile learning language tasks that are suitable for your classroom setting even with limited technology and limited or no Internet access
  • Access free lesson plans, apps, resources, materials, and research related to learning languages on mobile devices
  • Organize, manage, and assess mobile learning projects and tasks
Language Learning to Go! book

Why? Because... "Everyday, around the world, people use their mobile devices to share the narratives of their lives through written words, images, music, audio, and video. We should be integrating these rituals to provide our students with meaningful language practice beyond our classrooms."

Mobile learning has transformed the way we learn and we have the opportunity to provide our students with powerful language learning experiences using their mobile devices. With most basic cellphones, students can record audio, take pictures, write notes, and capture video without an Internet connection. They can use these features to create stories, podcasts, movies, commercials, and other projects in English. Additionally, they can share their English creations with friends and family members. These English creations can remain on their devices for them to access at anytime.

As a community of language teachers from around the world, we will collaborate in designing mobile tasks that get learners experimenting and applying language in various contexts. Collectively, we will develop a mobile learning lesson database and a plethora of support materials and free resources. All participants will also receive a free signed copy of Shelly's new ebook, Learning to Go! Lesson Plans and Tips for Teachers Teaching with Mobile Devices, Cell Phones, and BYOT.


Shelly Sanchez Terrell

Shelly Sanchez Terrell is a teacher trainer, online instructor, and author. She has been recognized by various notable entities, such as the ELTon Awards, The New York Times, Microsoft's Heroes for Education, and the Bammy Awards as a leader, innovator, and visionary in the movement of teacher driven professional development. She is the co-founder of the award-winning #Edchat movement, #ELTChat, the Reform Symposium Global E-Conference, and The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators. She has trained teachers and taught learners in over 25 countries and has consulted with organizations such as UNESCO Bangkok, The European Union aPLaNet Project, Cultura Iglesa of Brazil, the British Council in Tel Aviv, IATEFL Slovenia, HUPE Croatia, and the British Council in South East Asia. She is the host of American TESOL's Free Friday Webinars and shares regularly via TeacherRebootCamp.com, Twitter (@ShellTerrell), Facebook.com/shellyterrell, and GPlus.to/shellyterrell.