Accounting for ICT integration

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Pragmatism in Methodology: Accounting for ICT integration into the EFL curriculum. Paper presented at APIBA Annual Seminar 2012, in memoriam of Prof. Ana Armendariz (27 Oct 2012 - BA, Argentina)

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Accounting for ICT integration

  1. 1. Gladys Bayagladysbaya@gmail.com 27 Oct 2012
  2. 2. There once was a teacherWhose principal featureWas hidden in quite an odd way.Students by millions,Or possibly zillionsSurrounded her all of the day. Adapted from: Mager, Robert (1984); “The teacher”(?)
  3. 3. In favour of pragmatism in methodologyAn approach or a predetermined method,with its associated activities, principles,and techniques, maybe an essentialstarting point for an inexperienced teacher,but it should be seen only as that. Richards, Jack (2001:250-1); Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching
  4. 4. Image source: Scrivener, Jim; Learning Teaching (2005)
  5. 5. INFORMATION INFORMATION RESEARCH RESEARCHASYNCHRONOUS ASYNCHRONOUS GIVING FEEDBACK GIVING FEEDBACKCOMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION (oral) (oral) ICT ICT ASYNCHRONOUS ASYNCHRONOUS INFORMATION INFORMATION COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION SHARING SHARING (written) (written)
  6. 6. INFORMATION RESEARCH: DirectionsOne of your English-speaking keypals has justarrived in BA. He’s staying at a hotel located at thecorner of Hipólito Irigoyen and Bolivar streets. NextMonday, he’d like to meet you as you leave school.Find directions from Google maps for him to walkfrom his hotel to our school.Write an email giving him directions so he can meetyou at the school door. Don’t forget to tell him atwhat time you’ll be there! Inspired by: http://iteslj.org/th/1/sg-begin.html
  7. 7. GIVING FEEDBACK: Word mark-ups
  8. 8. GIVING FEEDBACK: Edmodo badges
  9. 9. INFORMATION SHARING: E-zines
  10. 10. ASYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATION (written): Edmodo
  11. 11. ASYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATION (oral): Videomails
  12. 12. ASYNCHRONOUSCOMMUNICATION (oral): Video interviews
  13. 13. ASYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATION (oral): Voice forums
  14. 14. Some tipsThink big, start little.Get ready to teach computer/Internet skills aswell as language (or better, appoint computerwhizzes in your class as mentors).Keep a “parallel” system in case technology“just fails”, as well as for students who cannothave access to ICT, or just do not feelcomfortable using them. Allot time for the “learning process”… thestudents’ and your own!Experiment, try, ask… and re-experiment, askagain, re-try!
  15. 15. INFORMATION INFORMATION RESEARCH RESEARCH Scavenger hunts with Scavenger hunts with Google maps. Google maps. ASYNCHRONOUS ASYNCHRONOUS GIVING FEEDBACK GIVING FEEDBACK COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION (oral) (oral) Edmodo badges Edmodo badgesVoice forums atat Voxopop Voice forums Voxopop Customised mark-ups inin Customised mark-ups Interviews published atat Interviews published Word (saved asas pdf) Word (saved pdf) YouTube YouTube ICT ICT Video mail with Eyejot. Video mail with Eyejot. ASYNCHRONOUS ASYNCHRONOUS INFORMATION INFORMATION COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION SHARING SHARING (written) (written) E-zines with Issuu and E-zines with Issuu and Edmodo. Calameo Calameo Edmodo.
  16. 16. There once was a teacherWhose principal featureWas hidden in quite an odd way.Students by millionsOr possibly zillionsSurrounded him all of the day.When finally seenBy his scholarly deanAnd asked how he managed the deed,He lifted three fingersAnd said, "All you swingersNeed only to follow my lead.""To rise from a zeroTo Big Campus Hero,To answer these questions you Il strive:Where am I going,How shall I get there, andHow will I know Ive arrived?" Mager, Robert (1984); “The teacher”(?)
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