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Wow, Joe, I had no idea there was a flying saucer circling above my head when we were talking. That didn't stop us from getting through so much stuff that evening though. I certainly enjoyed talking to you and exchanging ideas and getting some inspiration as well. It would indeed be good to create a specific blog, webpage or forum for using new technologies innovatively in MFL teaching - maybe a parallel thread on this blog/webpage? How many people would be interested to attend a PRACTICAL seminar in the south-west (maybe Bristol?) on exchanging or developing new ideas etc I wonder? What about next Oct/Nov?
Ciao for now...

I think setting up practical sessions is a great idea. We also need to carry on spreading the word through fora like Linguanet, MFL resources, TES Staffroom etc and the odd Flashmeeting.

The wiki I recently created could help too as could this blog of course.

This is starting to happen. I know Alex Blagona is looking at organising a day in Ipswich and Chris Fuller from Devon is encouraging teachers to start blogging. Sam Dernley has been running training in the northeast too.

Maybe, by the time the next Isle of Wight Conference happens (funding permitting), they'll be many more. We'll see.

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