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This presentation explores how we can use communicative, collaborative, interactive web environments to advance our students linguistic and intercultural skills.

This presentation explores how we can use communicative, collaborative, interactive web environments to advance our students linguistic and intercultural skills.

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  • 1. Courtesy of Librarian by Day http://www.flickr.com/photos/librarianbyday/2852896795/ A Pedagogy for the Digital Age Barbara Lindsey, Startalk Program, Glastonbury 09 lindseybp@gmail.com http://www.worldatways.com http://twitter.com/lindseybp http://www.worldatways.com http://twitter.com/lindseybp
  • 2. •Authentic •Engaging •Differentiated •Standards-based
  • 3. Welcome to Their World… http://www.edutopia.org/digital-generation-project-overview-video
  • 4. ACTFL Standards http://nflrc.iastate.edu/pubs/standards/fllStd.htm l
  • 5. Which standards are the most difficult to meet? Communities Comparisons Communication Cultures Connections
  • 6. Which standards are the most difficult to meet? Communities Comparisons Communication Cultures Connections Communities & Connections: Hardest Standards to Meet or Greatest Opportunities by Anna Chamot and Sheila W. Cockey, NCLRC http://www.nclrc.org/profdev/nclrc_inst_pres/nectfl.html
  • 7. http://www.whatkidscando.org/specialcollections/a dobeyouthvoices/index.html http://www.whatkidscando.org/china_site/ http://www.adobe.com/aboutadobe/philanthropy/y outhvoices/ http://www.peacecorps.gov/wws/
  • 8. What questions come to mind as you reflect on these sites?
  • 9. Digital Students: make connections Communicate easily & often practice comparisons form fluid communities learn about cultures —first hand Courtesy of Paul Doherty: http://flickr.com/photos/dinwoodie_pics/2090123891/
  • 10. Kids & Social Media Pew Internet & American Life Project 12/19/2007 http://www.pewinternet.org/PPF/r/230/repor t_display.asp 935 U.S. twelve to seventeen year olds surveyed in 2006 Online Communities Cartoon by Randall Munroe of xkcd:A Webcomic of Romance, Sarcasm, Math, and Language
  • 11. 93% of teens surveyed ‣ use the Internet Courtesy of Jenn Vargas: http://flickr.com/photos/foreverdigital/2240673803/
  • 12. 64% of online teens ‣ participate in one or more content- creating activities http://www.youthtwitter.com/
  • 13. of teens who post photos 89% online ‣ say people comment at least sometimes on the photos they post Courtesy of vanessaeducation: http://www.flickr.com/photos/vanessaeducation/231 4163158/
  • 14. 57% of online teens ‣ visit video sharing sites such as and
  • 15. 55% of online teens ‣ use social network sites like or MySpace research: Social Networking ‘becoming entertainment of choice’: http://tinyurl.com/2cunmm
  • 16. Let’s check out Ning!
  • 17. Goals: •Invite colleagues •Sign up •Contribute 1activity http://chinesestartalk.ning.com
  • 18. Let’s check out Animoto! http://glastonburyflpd.wikispaces.com/Animoto
  • 19. It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop! ~ Confucius http://www.isteconnects.org/2009/06/30/video-interview-w-kathy-schrock/ http://kathyschrock.net/score/

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