Nik Peachey

Nik PeacheyTrends in Educational Technology & How They Can Impact on LearningNik Peachey has been involved in ELT since 1992. He has worked all over the world as a language teacher, teacher trainer and technology trainer. In 2003 he took over and managed the newly launched British Council BBC TeachingEnglish website  and developed it into one of the world’s best web based resources for English language teachers.Since 2007 he has been working freelance as a technology writer trainer and consultant. He creates custom made face to face and online training courses for teachers and has been involved in a number of major training consultancies for ELT publishers and education ministries around the world.

Among teachers he is best known for his free blogs, these include QuickShout and his Learning Technology blog .

In 2009 he published a free e-book Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers which has been read by more than 180 thousand teachers world wide.

One of his most recent projects has been curating a collection some of the best web based articles on ELT and educational technology. These can be assessed at: http://www.scoop.it/t/learning-technology/

Since returning to the UK in 2010 he has been working part time for Bell Educational Services and lecturing in media and technology at the University of Westminster.

 

Please find here the presentation slides for Nik’s session:

Nik’s presentation slides

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One Response to Nik Peachey

  1. helend says:

    You can download the slides Nik used during his presentation by clicking on the above link – lots to explore and experiment with.

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