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Teaching in in the 21 st Century: new approaches in the digital age Pete Sharma alumni Sao Paolo July 2011
1)Do you blog? 2)Do you tweet? 3)Do you Facebook? 4)Do you have a Smartphone? 5)Do you have a tablet pc? 6)Do you have an anorak?
Aim To update on “what’s new” in digital trends in language teaching To explore good practice
Overview (1) Innovations (2) Critical analysis (3) Controversies (4) Practical ideas (5) Focus on the future
(1) New era! Chalk – e-pen Digital immigrants vs digital natives (Prensky) Web 1.0 – Web 2.0 – user content / collaborative
More than a coursebook……. Disc CD-Rom DVD Internet E-lesson Web-site Support TB Blog Publishers no longer ‘sole’ owners
(2) Controversial: Multiple perspectives Multiple perspectives Teacher Student Trainer DOS $$$ School Publisher Author Designer Developer Theory
Corpus linguistics (3)Technology - changed language teaching forever
Augmented Reality App Tweet-deck Twitterverse “What’s trending now?” iPad Blog Wiki Txt spk CU l8ter Back channel Web 2.0
(4) Wider range of course types face-to-faceBlended: 3 + CD-ROMdistance
Course types AdjunctMixed / hybridIntegrated
Importance of attitude www.farmgirlfollies.com Knowledge – Skills - Attitude K S A 3 numbers
Innovations Is it ‘new for you’? Five recent developments – iPad – Mobile dictionaries – Digital learning platform – Software developments – Second Life
English360 [Publisher + authentic + Teacher]
New terms for the digital age ‘Learning object’ Re-usable Tagging Re-sequencing – ‘playlists ’
Part two: Critical analysis of five technologies 1) Podcasts 2) Interactive whiteboards 3) Wikis 4) Virtual Learning Environments 5) M-learning
(1)Podcasts UpsideDownside portability – mp3 player learner control authentic materials – ESP DIY range ‘wrong kind of podcast’ authoring – not for every teacher
Power Point Word CD-ROM Internet “Always-on Internet” ‘Just-in-time’ teaching Approach one Four approaches (2) Interactive whiteboards
Approach two – IWB software
Approach 3 - courseware
Approach four - DIY
Learner response devices Text to board Voting
Benefits memorable presentations ‘savability’ review ‘heads-up’ precise answer
Drawbacks cost issues need to calibrate ‘learning curve’ can encourage teacher-centred classroom
(3) Wikis UpsideDownside collaborative process writing ‘history’ to see changes not intuitive not everyone wishes for peer correction
(4) Virtual Learning Environments UpsideDownside information on demand appropriacy pre/post course tasks time-consuming to learn ‘blended courses’ pleasing no-one cost issues Features: Assignments / Chatrooms / Questionnaire /Quizzes / Forum / Glossary / Handouts
Focus on appropriacy Same time same place Same time different place Different time different place Same place different time Synchronous Asynchronous
(5) M-learning “learning that happens when the learner takes advantage of the learning opportunities offered by mobile technologies” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_learning
M-learning UpsideDownside ubiquitous / helpful exciting 24/7 Young Too many contexts Too-focussed on ‘apps’
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