[RELO] Digital Literacy, Who Me?

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  • We could like for you to answer 2 questions for us in a survey—they suvey then will come up with these 2 questions:Have you READ a blog or wiki and have you CREATED a blog or wiki
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  • [RELO] Digital Literacy, Who Me?

    1. 1. Digital Literacy. Who me?Rae RobertsSenior EnglishLanguage FellowandVictor Hugo Rojas B.Associate Professorof Didactics of TEFLat UNE and UNMSMLima, Peruevaluating applyinganalyzing creating
    2. 2. • What words come to your mindwhen you hear the termDigital literacy?Type them in your chat box2
    3. 3. What is a digital native?What is a digital immigrant?Are you a digital native ora digital immigrant?Which one describes most of yourstudents?3
    4. 4. Video Listening Task:What is one word that comes to mindwhile you watch this video?4
    5. 5. Are YOU a 21st Century Teacher?A Vision of 21st Century TeachersLink:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4g5M06YyVw5
    6. 6. Video Listening Task:What is a word that came to mindwhile you watched this video?6
    7. 7. • What basic item does a classroomneed to inspire learners?7
    8. 8. Basic equipment• An inspired teacher8
    9. 9. Dont have equipment?• Don’t have a projector• Don’t have speakers• Don’t have internet• Have a computer lab, but can’t use itfor English• Have computers, but can’t use themfor my class.9
    10. 10. • Keep asking the administration.• Keep showing the administrationwhat inspired learners can do.• Continue your own professionaldevelopment to become a digitallyliterate teacher.10
    11. 11. Professional Development• Blogs• WikisFacebook• How many of you do NOT have afacebook page?11
    12. 12. Some of the tools• A wiki allows multiple people to workon the same document/webpage.• A blog is an online journal thatallows the owner to post entries andothers to make comments on theblog.12
    13. 13. Audience poll13
    14. 14. Digital Surveys14Surveymonkey.com
    15. 15. RELO Andes Regional TESOLS• Bolivian English Teachers’ Association (B.E.T.A.)• Columbia Association of Teachers of English– http://www.asocopi.org• Federación Nacional de Profesores de Inglés yEscuelas Politécnicas del Ecuador• http://fenapiupe2012.blogspot.com/• Peru TESOL– http://www.perutesol.org• VenTESOL– http://ventesol.ning.com 15
    16. 16. http://www.tesol.org/about-tesol/membership16
    17. 17. All of the Relo Andes Region:Also Ecuador and Venezuela17
    18. 18. http://www.tesol.org/connect/interest-sectionsComputer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL)Video & Digital Media.18
    19. 19. http://shapingenglish.ning.com/19
    20. 20. http://nikpeachey.blogspot.com20
    21. 21. https://www.diigo.com/user/relofay21
    22. 22. https://www.diigo.com22
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    24. 24. http://peruvianteachers.wikispaces.com24
    25. 25. Collaborative writingEasy WIKI to create and usePB workshttp://pbworks.com/using-pbworks-individual-classroomsClick on “Basic Edition”PB works manualhttp://usermanual.pbworks.com/w/page/11632089/Home25
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    27. 27. http://peruvianenglishteachersnet.ning.com/27
    28. 28. http://digitalstorytelling1.blogspot.com28
    29. 29. Blogger.comEasy blog to create and useBlogger.com click on “watch tutorial”Youtube has numerous “how to” videos:• Blogger Tutorial - How to StartBlogging with Bloggerhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryb4VPSmKuoBy Chris Abraham29
    30. 30. http://tinyurl.com/6segcwz30
    31. 31. https://education.skype.com/31
    32. 32. What a digitally literate teacher can bringExtend learning timeIndependent learningAll students’ strengths activatedNurture creativity and curiosityIncrease opportunitiesField tripsGuest Speakers32
    33. 33. Internet accessIf you have internet access somewhere.• Ways to practice speaking, listening, writing, reading• Songs• Lyrics• Videos• Student independent learning sites• Platforms for students to publish their work• Ways to create and express• Ways to gain confidence and knowledge• Way to get answers to questions• Engagement33
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    36. 36. Digital Literacy• Questions to ask yourself”• Am I a digitally literate learner?• How can I use my digital literacy tohelp my students learn in differentways?• Together, we can.36
    37. 37. Thanks for attendingRae RobertsSenior English Language FellowRoberts_rae@yahoo.comVictor Hugo ROJAS B.Associate Professor of Didactics of TEFL at UNEand UNMSM Lima,Peruvictorhugor@yahoo.com37
    38. 38. References• Digital Literacies by Gavin Dudeneyand Mark Pegrum38

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