who we are why we are here ;)Interesting data: http://visual.ly/tablet-vs-smartphones-%E2%80%93-see-how-figures-stack-against-each-other-infographicAlso linked to education at http://visual.ly/education-technology-through-years
if we could create a MELSIG YouTube channel, we could ask them to upload short clips (with their ideas) directly to YouTube.
Use flipcharts during the activityalso flipchart to capture Top 10 Killer apps – why so special? groups of 4-5 people? If we get loads of people we will have more than 1 group working on the same theme. Then they can compare notes?
Drop boxVineGoogle PlusSkypeEvernote
Images – flickr, instagramAudio - Video – vine, youtube
Digital literacyDevice SecurityData Security
FlipboardZiteReaderGoogle ReaderRead it later
create a quiz with socrative (happy to do this)invite participants to complete it at the end to evalue the session? This could be our theme. Created a Socrative quiz with 3 questions. Ready to test when you can.
Still to organiseDon’t know all of these.
Killer Appswith Alex Spiers @alexspiers and Chrissi Nerantzi @chrissinerantzi #MELSIG
first things first! If you have a smart phone or tablet with you, please download the free Socrative app now! Available for Apple and Android devices ;) Student version!!!
Activity formatThis activity uses for collaborative learning throughreflection and dialogue. We used an idea influencedby the World Cafe method (seehttp://www.theworldcafe.com/method.html) whichworks well with small and large groups and enablesmaximum engagement, interaction and learning.All flashcard photographs are by Chrissi Nerantzi.
So, what are we going to do?• groups• discussion around a topic linked to T & L• identify common issues linked to this• how can some of these be resolved through mobile apps• which ones?• capture problems and app solutions on flipchart• share with another group