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  • 1. Catriona Moore and Judi Millage- RSC East Midlands advisors Technology for Literacy and Numeracy09/06/2014
  • 2. Session Overview The objectives of the session are: »to use a variety of suitable apps for different mobile devices »to use a selection of websites; »to explore other ways of using technology during delivery 09/06/2014 Technology for Numeracy and Literacy 2
  • 3. Apps 09/06/2014 Engaging Learner with Mobile Devices 4
  • 4. Infuse learning »http://www.infuselearning.com/ »Only works in Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers (not Internet Explorer) »Push weblinks, questions and quizzes to students › Answer in a variety of formats – MC/True/False/free text/draw »Accessibility options › Multiple languages translation › Audio narration of questions 09/06/2014 Engaging Learner with Mobile Devices 5
  • 5. Infuse learning »http://student.infuselearning.com »room ID: 91149 »Using the draw function 1. Draw a quadrilateral with 2 pairs of parallel sides 2. Draw a right angled triangle and label the hypotenuse 09/06/2014 Engaging Learner with Mobile Devices 6
  • 6. Websites for quick plenaries 09/06/2014 Engaging Learner with Mobile Devices 7
  • 7. Developing digital delivery skills webinar »Did you participate in Carolyn Lewis’ webinar last week? »If not, you can see the resources and access the recording on our moodle »You might also like to review last weeks webinars on delivering functional skills online and e-assessment 09/06/2014 Engaging Learner with Mobile Devices 8
  • 8. “By 2015, 90% of jobs will need e-skills.Virtually all young people are familiar with electronic games and social networking and might be considered as ‘digital natives’, but they are not ‘digitally competent’ in the sense that they do not know sufficiently how to use the digital world in a business context”.
  • 9. Developing digital and literacy skills 09/06/2014 Engaging Learner with Mobile Devices 10
  • 10. Other ways to use technology 09/06/2014 Engaging Learner with Mobile Devices 11
  • 11. Find out more… 09/06/2014 Engaging Learner with Mobile Devices 12 Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND Resources and links to further resources on RSC East Midlands Moodle Please fill out a paper evaluation form or scan the QR code