Glastonbury Startalk09

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

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Glastonbury Startalk09

  1. 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. 2. •Authentic •Engaging •Differentiated •Standards-based
  3. 3. Welcome to Their World… http://www.edutopia.org/digital-generation-project-overview-video
  4. 4. ACTFL Standards http://nflrc.iastate.edu/pubs/standards/fllStd.htm l
  5. 5. Which standards are the most difficult to meet? Communities Comparisons Communication Cultures Connections
  6. 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. 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. 8. What questions come to mind as you reflect on these sites?
  9. 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. 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. 11. 93% of teens surveyed ‣ use the Internet Courtesy of Jenn Vargas: http://flickr.com/photos/foreverdigital/2240673803/
  12. 12. 64% of online teens ‣ participate in one or more content- creating activities http://www.youthtwitter.com/
  13. 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. 14. 57% of online teens ‣ visit video sharing sites such as and
  15. 15. 55% of online teens ‣ use social network sites like or MySpace research: Social Networking ‘becoming entertainment of choice’: http://tinyurl.com/2cunmm
  16. 16. Let’s check out Ning!
  17. 17. Goals: •Invite colleagues •Sign up •Contribute 1activity http://chinesestartalk.ning.com
  18. 18. Let’s check out Animoto! http://glastonburyflpd.wikispaces.com/Animoto
  19. 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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