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Conference Papers on LdL Published!

Posted by asecoli - März 29, 2011

If you know German and are interested in LdL, you should have a look at the papers of a conference on LdL in 2009 which have now been published at epubli (edited by Christian Spannagel, Lutz Berger and myself):

The book contains basic articles by Jean-Pol Martin and myself as well as an article on Basic Global English.

You might also be interested in this blog entry (with a video by Lutz Berger):


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LdL recently

Posted by asecoli - September 19, 2009

LdL has recently attracted attention again. Yesterday, Christian Spannagel gave an internet-mediated talk on wikis, weblogs and Twitter at the GAL conference (German association of applied linguists). Den Rest des Beitrags lesen »

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LdL Day in Ludwigsburg

Posted by asecoli - Mai 16, 2009

Last Saturday, Jean-Pol Martin and I were invited to give the two keynote speeches on LdL at a conference that Christian Spannagel and his team had organized. Materials, reports and videos (including my own speech) are available on Christian Spannagel’s LdL site.

In addition, Lutz Berger has published a teaser for my speech on YouTube:

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College of Education of Ludwigsburg visits Jean-Pol Martin

Posted by asecoli - Januar 22, 2009

Last week, Christian Spannagel, Professor for Teaching Computer Science at the College of Education (Pädagogische Hochschule) in Ludwigsburg, and some of his students as well as Lutz Berger, an expert in shooting „edutaining“ documentaries, visited Jean-Pol Martin’s class in Eichstätt. I also showed up and it is always enjoying to see how well Martin manages to communicate with his teenagers in such a casual and yet supportive and empathetic style.

Christian Spannagel has already written of the impressions of his visit on his blog. Lutz Berger will produce a video of that visit.

Joachim Grzega

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