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  • 1. Teaching 2.0 Michel BintenerTeaching with digital technology
  • 2. ?
  • 3. digital native vs.digital immigrant
  • 4. 2 hours per day40 hours per week97 percent of Luxembourg households have an internet connection
  • 5. Mt. Technology Mt. Ego
  • 6. 7steps
  • 7. Step#1Don’t panic.
  • 8. ?QuizThis device could “bring the world to the classroom,to make universally available the services of the finestteachers, the inspiration of the greatest leaders”.Furthermore, it “will be as common in the classroomas the blackboard”.
  • 9. ?QuizThis device “is predestined to revolutionize oureducational system and […] in a few years it willsupplant largely, if not entirely, the use of textbooks”.In fact, “it is possible to teach every branch of humanknowledge with [this device]”.
  • 10. 1930
  • 11. 2010
  • 12. Just because we can usetechnology does notmean we should.
  • 13. Why go digital?
  • 14. ActivityIn small groups, determine theadvantages and disadvantages ofthe use of digital technology inthe classroom.
  • 15. Step#2Find a project.
  • 16. le arn erAdopt a technology-centred approach.!!!
  • 17. Find a need!
  • 18. ‣ wiki‣ blog‣ document editingspeaking reading‣ website‣writing listening chatting‣ e-mailing‣ etc.
  • 19. Technology is a tool.It is not a goal.
  • 20. Step#3Plan.Prepare.test.
  • 21. analogue lessonsvs.digital lessons
  • 22. A digital lesson is more than ananalogue lesson with digital contentattached to it.
  • 23. A digital lesson is not automaticallya good or successful lesson.
  • 24. A digital lesson requires effort andplanning. And it can go wrong.
  • 25. Be prepared.• Plan efficiently.• Practise with friends, family members, or colleagues.• Be there before the lesson begins.• Have a backup solution.
  • 26. Step#4Ask for help.
  • 27. Abbreviations usedby IT support
  • 28. PEBKACProblem existsbetween keyboardand chair.
  • 29. PICNICProblem in chair, notin computer.
  • 30. GIYFGoogle is your friend.
  • 31. ID-10TTake a guess.
  • 32. Don’t be afraidtoscaskm help. rea for
  • 33. Where can I find help?✓ IT support✓ colleagues✓ friends & family✓ Help feature✓ the Internet (GIYF)✓ students
  • 34. Step#5Act.
  • 35. Do, or do not. There is no ‘try’.
  • 36. Involve your learners.
  • 37. Don’t forget the backup plan.
  • 38. Step#6Analyse.Improve.Repeat.
  • 39. I’m very bad at English.
  • 40. Variety is the spice of life.
  • 41. Analyse.
  • 42. Ask them.
  • 43. Learn to walk.
  • 44. Repeat. (Only better this time.)
  • 45. Step#7Don’t reinventthe wheel.
  • 46. m ! h e e tU s
  • 47. Your ideas are free.Share them.
  • 48. Show & Tell
  • 49. Wrapping up
  • 50. Summary1) Don’t panic.2) Find a project.3) Plan. Prepare. Test.4) Ask for help.5) Act.6) Analyse. Improve. Repeat.7) Don’t reinvent the wheel.
  • 51. For feedback and suggestionsmichel.bintener@education.lu
  • 52. Thank you.