International Conference of ICT in ELT

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International Conference of ICT in ELT Hi-tech, lo-tech, no-tech: learning technologies in practice 7th-8th January, 2012, A D Patel Institute of Technology, Gujarat, India

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME Conference Day 1 : SATURDAY, 7th January, 2012 EVENTS

TIME 07.30-08.45

Breakfast & Reporting at Registration Desk


Plenary 1 -

The future of learning Professor Sugata Mitra


Welcome ceremony Chief Guest : Dr C. L. Patel


Coffee Break


Workshops Computer Lab

Computer Lab

Computer Lab

Charles Goodger (Director, FunSongs Education, nominated for ELTons award): They will never forget

Maureen Ellis (Coordinator, GI SIG, IATEFL : The Personal and Professional Development of the Critical Global Educator

V. Anitha Devi Adobe Flash : What can the English Teacher do with it ?

Computer Lab Nikhil Joshi Web 2.0 in Education

Computer Lab Dilip Barad & Mahesh Jivani ICT Tools for the Development of Versatile Interactive Web Content


CONFERENCE PROGRAMME Conference Day 1 : SATURDAY, 7th January, 2012 EVENTS


The Role of Technology in the Indigenous Knowledge Movement Cyber-culture, Identity and Language 226, 325, 218, 221, 318, 320, 214, 215 12.05 -12.35

ROOM NO. 214 The role of online reading system (iELLIS) Sk. Fahimuddin Chetan Trivedi

ROOM NO. 226 Computer Stricken communication: an assessment and impression Kiranjeet Bedi

ROOM NO. 215 Language generation & opinion building

ROOM NO. 218 Television as an Educational Technology

Mrudula Lakkaraju

Harbhadrasinh Sarvaiya

ROOM NO. 221 ROOM NO. 320 Literary theories & Teaching Technology Business Communication in B-Schools Using ICT Mitul Trivedi

12.35 -13.30



Plenary 2 Shall we tweet? Twitter and TESOL - Richard Badger

Monali Chatterjee

ROOM NO. 318 Language, literature & behaviour on social network... Vijayalakshmi Gottipati

Technology for Professional Development in ELT 14.30 -15.00

ROOM NO. 214 Reverse Acronym / Backronym: An Emerging Tool for Learning English Yogesh Patil

ROOM NO. 226 Network Culture: A Sub-Culture of English Language

ROOM NO. 215 Using internet for social development

ROOM NO. 218 Communication Skills For Technical Education

ROOM NO. 221 Adaptive Learning Environments and eLearning Standards

ROOM NO. 320 Using the Internet for Social Development

ROOM NO. 318 Innovative practices for teacher professional development ‌

Santosh Kr Patil Pravin Patil

Sonalben Chauhan

Balwant Singh Negi

Bhavna Gajera

Pushpa Dixit

Vikas Raval 2

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME Conference Day 1 : SATURDAY, 7th January, 2012 EVENTS


Technology for Professional Development in ELT Ethical concerns in using social media 15.05 -15.35

15.35 -16.00

ROOM NO. 214 How technology enables a teacher to be effective & successful in teaching English?

ROOM NO. 226 Technology for Professional Development in ELT

Omana Anthony

R.S. Pundalik

ROOM NO. 215 Teaching Communication Skills with CALL

ROOM NO. 218 E-Readiness of English Language Teachers An Assessment

Hitesh Raviya Vasim Kaji

M Selvaraj S Senthilnathan

ROOM NO. 221 Role of Audiovisual Material to Enhance Language Skills Priti Faldu Gorav Gohil

ROOM NO. 320 The Amalgamation of Information Technology in Curriculum Bipin Parmar Nayan Tank

ROOM NO. 318 Social Media and Ethical Concerns

ROOM NO. 221 Taking teaching a step ahead by fulfilling requirements through technology

ROOM NO. 320 Teaching Literature and Language through Technology to Teens

ROOM NO. 318 The Role and Influence of Video in Learning and Teaching Literature

Reena Jain


Chetan Kumar Trivedi

Sanjiv Kumar

Tea Break Teaching, Technology and Teens


ROOM NO. 214 Technology : A Tool to Enhance Language Acquisition

ROOM NO. 226 Teaching, Technology & Teens

Among Teenagers Shilpi Bhattacharya Salu D'Souza

ROOM NO. 215 Use Of ICT in Teaching English in North Maharashtra University Hemantkumar Patil Bharat Patil

ROOM NO. 218


CONFERENCE PROGRAMME Conference Day 1 : SATURDAY, 7th January, 2012 EVENTS

TIME Teaching, Technology and Teens 16.40 -17.10

ROOM NO. 214

ROOM NO. 226 Teaching, Technology and Teens Shabnam Lohani Soniya Rajput


ROOM NO. 215 Evaluating TechnologyMediated Writing Skills at the Tertiary Level in Hong Kong Preet Hiradhar

ROOM NO. 218 Tech with Teens: Transform Teaching upto Brim

ROOM NO. 221 Effectiveness of Digital Technology for Teaching English Grammar

ROOM NO. 320 Teaching Technology, and Teens: some reflections

ROOM NO. 318 Teaching, Technology and Techie Teens: An Emotional Roller Coaster

Vijay Makwana

Manisha Indani

Mukta Mahajan

Sanjay Bhut

Cultural Show and Dinner


CONFERENCE PROGRAMME Conference Day 2 : SUNDAY, 8th January 2012 EVENTS

TIME 8.30 - 9.30


9.30 -10.30

Workshops Computer Lab

Computer Lab

Computer Lab

Computer Lab

Computer Lab

Surendrasinh Gohil Sunil Shah

Jitendra Kumar Singh

Mohini Bachani

Michelle Stabler-Havner

Sultan Zeydan

Using Authoring Tools to Create Interactive Environment

Augmented Learning

Technology for Teens : A Challenge

Memletics Learning Styles System, its online website, and Diigo

Fostering Independent Learning: Using Movies, Comic Strips & Videos to Optimize Language Learning


Research in CALL in India : Past, Present, Future Kalyan Chattopadhyay - Atanu Bhattacharya


Coffee Break


Plenary 3 Teaching in the 21st Century : new approaches in the digital age Pete Sharma

12.40 13.30

Lunch 5

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME Conference Day 2 : SUNDAY, 8th January 2012 EVENTS

TIME Mobile Learning in Practice 13.30-14.00

ROOM NO. 214 Testing the Waters of Mobile Learning in India Amy Lightfoot

ROOM NO. 226 Mobile learning: An Innovative Practice in English Language Teaching Ishita Patel Kavita Vansia

ROOM NO. 215

ROOM NO. 218 Anywhere, anytime learning

ROOM NO. 221 Mobile Assisted English language learning: a shifting paradigm…

Bindia Mecwan

Bena Bhatia BhaskarPandya

ROOM NO. 320 Assessing the efficacy of MALL through taskbased learning Akash Thakkar Vinay Patel Pushpendra Sinora

ROOM NO. 318 Mobile-Learning-a novel way for Language learning Chandrakant & Rasik Tanna

Mobile Learning in Practice Minimally Invasive Technology and Language Learning Teacher Associations and Technology 14.10 -14.40

ROOM NO. 214 Mobile Learning Practice: Myths and Upcoming Realities

ROOM NO. 226 Developing Language Awareness by Contextualizing Language Functions using Mobile Video

ROOM NO. 215 Cost-effective ICT tools for Techno Savvy Teachers

ROOM NO. 218 Impact of Mobile Learning on Instructional…

ROOM NO. 221 Multimedia Activity for Conversational Skills

ROOM NO. 320 Creating Effective Learning Environment Through Learning Technology

Nishrin Pathan

Kiran Chauhan Surendrasinh Gohil

Jagdish Joshi Rajani Mevada

Vinita. S. Gopalkrishnan.

Asha Makhecha

Rashidi Rezvan

ROOM NO. 318 Learning technologies: bringing borders together promoting collaboration Lora Tamoðiûnienë Marija Lukac


CONFERENCE PROGRAMME Conference Day 2 : SUNDAY, 8th January 2012 EVENTS


Bridging the Digital Divide with Technology Online Communities of Practice Teacher Autonomy and Personal Learning Networks 14.45-15.15

ROOM NO. 214 Effectiveness of Digital Language Lab to Develop Language skills and Address Differential Abilities

ROOM NO. 226 Challenges and efforts made In bridging the “Digital Divide” in India using Technology

ROOM NO. 215 Bridging the Digital Divide with Technology: Indian Paradigms

ROOM NO. 218 Technology and the Digital Divide: A survey of College Teachers

ROOM NO. 221 A study on the utility of mobile devices among computer savvy students at GTU

Nidhi Tiwari

P Sinora Kaushik Trivedi

Sunil Sagar

Jaylaxmi Jadeja

Hardik Thakkar Pathik Dodiya




Closing Ceremony

16.30 17.00


ROOM NO. 320

ROOM NO. 318


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