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Presentation slides for IATEFL annual conference in Liverpool, April 2013

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    IATEFL Liverpool 2013 Creative Pedagogy IATEFL Liverpool 2013 Creative Pedagogy Presentation Transcript

    • Creative pedagogy, language learning and technology Graham Stanley graham.stanley@gmail.comhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/pilottagev
    • How many people do you see?
    • There are nine people in this picture. If you find 6, you have an ordinary power of observation. Find 7, you have an above average power of observation. Find 8, you are very observant. Congratulate yourself.Michale Michalko http://creativethinking.net/DE16_NineFaces.htm Find 9, you are extremely observant.
    • Creative pedagogyhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/pilottagev
    • Introduced by Andrei Aleinikov Creative(educator & author) in1989 PedagogyCreativity should be a central part ofwhat you do with learners tomotivate them and better promotelifelong learning
    • Helping learners how to learn creatively What isTransforming the classroom into a creative and Creativeflexible learning environment Pedagogy?Allowing learners to innovate, to create
    • Dont treat learners as objects of influence RoleHelp learners develop:- of the Learner- self-motivation- confidence- curiosity
    • FluencyGenerating new ideas ComponentsFlexibility ofShifting perspectives Creative PedagogyOriginalityDoing something new
    • Creative pedagogy, language learning and technologyhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/pilottagev
    • IWB Island Project
    • Werewolfhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/thomasroche
    • Goal of the game Werewolf- For the villagers:eliminate the werewolves- For the werewolves:eat the villagers
    • Each night, one villager is devoured by Werewolfthe werewolvesDuring the day they try to hide theiridentities to avoid being hanged.Each morning the surviving villagerscome together and try to discoverwho the werewolves are.
    • It’s night and the entire village is Werewolfsleeping.All players close your eyesThe werewolves wake up,Recognise each other andchoose a new victim
    • It’s morning and the village wakes up WerewolfAll players open your eyesThe Narrator points out anyvictims the werewolves ateduring the night
    • Thank you Any questions? Graham Stanley graham.stanley@gmail.comhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/pilottagev