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Practical ideas and projects to connect teenagers with their communities through ICT.
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Networkingteenswithcommunitiesthroughict.pptx

  1. 1. ELT Conference: Motivating Learning ABEL GALVEZ BENITO BARCELONA SEPTEMBER 2013
  2. 2. • TEENS TODAY • SOME BACKGROUND IDEAS • WHAT OUR COMMUNITIES HAVE TO OFFER • USEFUL TEENS • CREATIVE HERITAGE • URBAN ART PROJECT • A HISTORICAL NOVEL • A HALLOWEEN STORY IN MY NEIGHBOURHOOD • TIME FOR QUESTIONS
  3. 3. http://www.onlineeducation.net/students-love-tech
  4. 4. • HOW CAN WE CONNECT THEM TO – OUR SCHOOL? – OUR SUBJECT? – OUR COMMUNITIES? – OUR WORLD? • http:// www.edutopia.org/ikid-digital-lea
  5. 5. • DON’T LET THE TEXTBOOK DICTATE YOUR SYLLABUS • INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK • COLLABORATION IS THE KEY • BUILD STRONG PEOPLE
  6. 6. • “My challenge to teachers is to create assignments, projects and techniques to capture your students' attention. • Projects should be technology-rich, highly engaging, and fun learning experiences that reflect real-world skills.” Engaging Students on Their Own Terms http://thejournal.com/articles/2012/01/20/omg-engaging-students-on-their- own-terms.aspx By Anthony A. Luscre
  7. 7. • HERITAGE • FOLKORE • CHARITIES AND • GROUPS • FIRMS AND TECHNOLOGY • CELEBRITIES • EXPERT RELATIVES
  8. 8. • NOT ALONE • CONNECTED • WITH AN ACTIVE ROLE TO PLAY
  9. 9. • RELEVANT LEARNING • “KIDS CAN RELATE SOMETHING YOU ARE TEACHING TO SOMETHING THEY KNOW” • REAL LEARNING • “IT MEANS THAT THERE’S A PERCEIVED CONNECTION BY THE STUDENTS, AT EVERY MOMENT BETWEEN WHAT THEY ARE LEARNING AND THEIR ABILITY TO USE THAT LEARNING TO DO SOMETHING USEFUL IN THE WORLD” TEACHING DIGITAL NATIVES MARC PRENSKY
  10. 10. • MNACTEC NEEDS: CAN YOUR STUDENTS HELP US? http://www.mnactec.cat/
  11. 11. • THE PROJECT
  12. 12. • MNACTEC NEEDED CONNECTED TEENS – TO HELP DEVELOP AN APP – TO GIVE FEEDBACK ON NEW MUSEUM EXHIBITS
  13. 13. • THE VISIT
  14. 14. • THE VISIT
  15. 15. • THE PROCESS – LOOKING FOR INFORMATION – WRITING SHORT SUMMARIES IN 3 LANGUAGES – COLLABORATIVE WRITING USING GOOGLE DRIVE – RECORDING THE FINAL VERSION WITH WWW.SOUNDCLOUD.COM – http://aumentala.blogspot.com.es/
  16. 16. • ART IN MY CITY? • http://publicart.iearn.cat/
  17. 17. http://woices.com
  18. 18. http://woices.com/echo/14188
  19. 19. URBAN ART PROJECT http://woices.com/explore/map#coords=(41 .56254567414487, 2.0096397399902344)&z=13
  20. 20. • HISTORY AND LANGUAGE COME TOGETHER • A VISIT TO THE MEDIEVAL HERITAGE IN TERRASSA – SCHOOL TRIP WITH THE HISTORY TEACHER AFTER COVERING THE MIDDLE AGES – NARRATIVE TECHNIQUES WITH THE SPANISH TEACHER
  21. 21. • OUTCOME: • A HISTORICAL NOVEL TAKING PLACE IN YOUR CITY – FIELD TRIP – WRITING – ONLINE PUBLISHING AT WWW.ISSUU.COM – SHARING IN SCHOOL MAGAZINE.
  22. 22. • LEARN • CREATE • PUBLISH • SHARE • http://issuu.com/carleshipi/d ocs/novela_final_carles_hid algo_buena? e=3134284/4972958
  23. 23. Everyone loves a ghost story! Celebrate Halloween season with Augmented Reality SKILLS -Writing -Speaking -ICT skills: Geotagging http://woices.com/walk/4049
  24. 24. CHOOSE A SPOOKY LANDMARK OF YOUR CITY TAKE PICTURES OF 3 OR 4 SETTINGS WRITE THE GHOST STORY IN 4 PARTS, EACH RELATED TO EVERY SETTING. CREATE AND ECHO WITH EVERY PART CREATE A WALKING GHOST STORY WITH THE 4 ECHOES. SHARE IT WITH YOUR FRIENDS AN D THE CITY WEBSITE http://woices.com/walk/4049
  25. 25. SUGGESTED FOLLOW-UP HAVE STUDENTS VISIT THE LANDMARK AND FOLLOW THE HALLOWEEN WALK WITH THEIR MOBILE PHONES FOR HOMEWORK. COMMENT ON THE STORY AFTER YOU LISTEN TO IT. HAVE A CLASS CONTEST AND CHOOSE THE SCARIEST STORY! http://woices.com/walk/4049
  26. 26. http://marcprensky.com

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