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  • 1. ICTs (Information and Communication Technologies) in ELT
    By: Andrés Atehortua Aguirre – M.A in ELT
    EnglishTeacher - TeacherTrainer - ELT Consultant
  • 2. Getting to know one another . .
    Who are we professionally? Who are our students? Why are you pursuing a masters' degree? What are your expectations about this seminar?
  • 3. Expected Outcomes
    On completion of this Seminar, participants will be able to:
    • Understand the complex relationships between ICT use, professional Development and 21st century skills.
    • 4. Identify ICT resources and materials that can be effectively incorporated into their teaching practice
    • 5. Propose ways of using ICTs to support language teaching and learning that can achieve specific objectives in relation to language improvement.
    • 6. critically think about internet resources and information
    • 7. Identify how online resources and project work may be used effectively in your English courses.
    • 8. Develop an Internet-based project using ICT tools and resources
    ICTs in ELT
  • 9. Stages of Adoption of Technology. .
    Stage 1: Awareness
    I am aware that technology exists but have not used it - perhaps I'm even avoiding it.
     
    Stage 2: Learning the process
    I am currently trying to learn the basics. I am often frustrated using computers. I lack confidence when using computers.
     
    Stage 3: Understanding and application of the process
    I am beginning to understand the process of using technology and can think of specific tasks in which it might be useful.
     
    Stage 4: Familiarity and confidence
    I am gaining a sense of confidence in using the computer for specific tasks.
    I am starting to feel comfortable using the computer.
     
    Stage 5: Adaptation to other contexts
    I think about the computer as a tool to help me and am no longer concerned about it as technology. I can use it in many applications and as an instructional aid.
     
    Stage 6: Creative application to new contexts
    I can apply what I know about technology in the classroom. I am able to use it as an instructional tool and integrate it into the curriculum.
  • 10. Based on your experience teaching English, you will "Agree" or "Disagree" or "No opinion." next to each of these statements.
    Students learn better by doing.
    Collaboration among students does not increase the effectiveness of the learning process.
    Teachers work better in isolation
    Autonomy means working without a teacher
    EFL students do not like to use materials which are up to date and rich in multimedia content.
    Students know more about technology than I do
  • 11. Is Technology essential?
  • 12. Teachers and Teaching
  • 13.
  • 14. Professional Development
    “ Does practice make perfect”?
    How are teachers similar to computers?
  • 15. New Generation of Students
    M.A Andres Atehortua A.
  • 16. New Generation of Students
    VIDEO
    M.A Andres Atehortua A.
  • 17. Today’s Learners Are Different
    The first generation to grow up with computers, videogames, digital music players, video cams, cell phones.
    They think and process information fundamentally differently from their predecessors.
    Marc Prensky, Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants 2001
    M.A Andres Atehortua A.
  • 18. Millennial Students
    • Have never known a life without
    computers and the Internet
    • Consider computers a part of life
    • 19. Connect to information
    • 20. Communicate in real-time
    • 21. Have social networking
    • 22. Have been raised in the presence of video and computer games
    • 23. Students in their 20s may have had more experience with games than with reading (Oblinger,2004).
    These experiences helped to form the way in which millennials seek, process, and report information.
  • 24. Individuals raised with computers deal with information differently compared to previous cohorts: “They develop hypertext minds, they leap around.” (Prensky, 2001)
    These learning styles originated with
    millennials growing up with technology
    • millennials were born around the time the PC was introduced
    • 25. 20 percent of the students began using computers between the ages of 5 and 8
    • 26. and almost all millennials were using computers by the time they were 16 to 18 years of age (Jones, 2002).
  • New Learners/New Language
    Their learning expectations are very different, as they have expressed them in my classes:
    They want control
    They want to create
    They want to share
    They want to collaborate
    They want to re-mediate, re-combine, “mash up”
    These expectations are expressed in the tools they use almost everyday:
    YouTube "Broadcast Yourself" (plus comments)
    Facebook (and comments)
    Wikipedia
    Blogs (and their comments)
  • 27. Seven Ways Technology is used in Language Learning
    Presentation: of new language e.g. Boxmind
    Practice: language in context & skills e.g. Listening
    Testing: placement, progress, achievement
    Reference: task or project work
    Publishing: students’ work, course materials
    Communication:teacher - student, native - non-native speakers, across cultures
    Simulation: ‘real-world’ within the classroom
  • 28. “The information revolution
    requires a matching
    education revolution”
    Institute for Learning and Research Technology
    M.A Andres Atehortua A.
  • 29. 21st Century Skills
    The
    Big
    Shifts!
    #1
    Open Content
    #3
    Group Collaboration
    #2 Learning 24/7
    18
  • 30. 21st Century Skills
    The
    Big Shifts!
    #4
    Teaching is Conversation, Not Lecture
    #6
    Critical Consumers of data.
    #5 Know “Where” Learning
    19
  • 31. 21st Century Skills
    The
    Big Shifts!
    #7
    Web becomes the digital notebook.
    #9
    Mastery is the Product, Not the Test
    #8 Writing is no longer limited to text.
    20
  • 32. 21st Century Skills
    #10
    Contribution, Not Completion, is the ultimate goal.
    The
    Big Shifts!
    21
  • 33. A Paradigm Shift?
    M.A Andres Atehortua A.
  • 34. Are we preparing students for their futures, or for our pasts?
    Willard Daggett
  • 35. What do teachers think about the new generation of students and their new role as educators for the 21st century?
    VIDEO
    M.A Andres Atehortua A.
  • 36. 21st Century Teachers
    20th Century
    Teaching and Learning
    • Tell students what they should know and do
    • 37. Test students for retention of information (“information regurgitation testing”) in the short term
    21st Century
    Teaching and Learning
    • Structure problems to allow students to discover knowledge for themselves
    • 38. Focus on long-term retention and life-skill learning
    Very skilled in doing school related tasks . . .but . . . lacking the abilities necessary to solve problems independently in a real-world environment
  • 39. WEB 1.0 Vs WEB 2.0
  • 40. How to become a……
    21st Century
    Teacher
    Teacher Development
    • ReflectiveTeaching
    • 41. ContinuousLearning
    • 42. Constructivism
    • 43. TeacherDevelopment Portfolio
    • 44. TeachingStylesand Strategies
    Technology
  • 21st Century Tools
    National ELT Conference 2009
    M.A Andres Atehortua A.
  • 51. 3 STEPS
    VIDEO
    M.A Andres Atehortua A.
  • 52. Effective Teaching and LearningCollaboration is the engine
    The most profound experiences students take away from school don’t come from books.
    Effective educators instill in students a passion for learning, and provide the tools to learn how to learn.
    Collaboration, and learning happens both inside and outside of the classroom
    Educators
    And Students
    M.A Andres Atehortua A.
  • 53. ThankYou!
    Andres Atehortua A.