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Using ilt in the classroom and for course management


PowerPoint presentation for a training session given by me on 3rd Jan 2012

PowerPoint presentation for a training session given by me on 3rd Jan 2012

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  • 1. Using ILT in the classroom and for course management Mike Harrison ESOL/SfL training day 3 Jan 2011
  • 2. DISCLAIMER – This is not...• a whistle-stop tour around all the functions of the Interactive Whiteboards (IWBs).• anything tremendously revolutionary• going to be completely new for everyone
  • 3. Aims for the session• Demonstrate – Basics of using IWBs in class – Some useful tools available – Some ways to exploit Notebook software in and outside the classroom – Tied to good pedagogical practice
  • 4. Hardware
  • 5. Calibrate Calibrate
  • 6. Tools NotebookShow Floating Tools
  • 7. ToolsFloating Tool Bar Other SMART Tools
  • 8. ToolsScreen Shade Spotlight
  • 9. ToolsMagnifier Floating Magnifying Glass
  • 10. Notebook in class 1) Write and review 2) Insert media3) Saving and exporting
  • 11. Notebook in class BONUS ‘Inklayer’Writing on top of Word /Powerpoint documents
  • 12. Notebook  out of class1) Storing exported files2) Moodle3) Blog
  • 13. Notebook  out of class1) Export files as pdf / ppt / image files (e.g. jpeg)2) Upload to Moodle3) Upload to a blog site
  • 14. Export and blog
  • 15. Notes on Moodle vs. Blogs 1) Moodle is restricted access. Blogs are public on the web2) Moodle requires log in. To read, blogs do not. 3) Moodle format is static. Blog format is relatively easily customised
  • 16. Blogging??? not that difficult to learn.If you can use a word-processingprogram like Word, you can blog.