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Ollie Bray's Interactive Voting Presentation from the 2008 SLF

Ollie Bray's Interactive Voting Presentation from the 2008 SLF

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  • 1. www.olliebray.com Ollie Bray Musselburgh Grammar School East Lothian Council Language, Learners and the Power of New Technology
  • 2. www.olliebray.com
  • 3. Learning objectives (1)
    • intro
    • d contxt
    • NteractiV voting n prctic
    • Ideas of clsrum uz
    • qz
  • 4. Learning objectives (2)
    • Introduction
    • The context
    • Interactive voting in practice
    • Ideas of classroom use
    • Questions
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  • 12. Article | Published in TESS on 16 September, 2005 | By: Douglas Blane "It's a useful tool," says Ollie Bray, principal teacher of geography at Dunbar Grammar, East Lothian. "You get instant feedback from all the pupils, which lets you see if some haven't understood and responded appropriately. It would be nice though if you could do a little more than asking questions that only have Yes/No or a/b/c/d answers."
  • 13. 2005
  • 14. Evolution of Interactive Voting Hands Up Activexpression Activote
  • 15. Activexpression Radio Frequency Large Clear Screen Soft Keys Robust Familiar ‘text’ based interface Good Battery Life Range 75m
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  • 18. What do the children think?
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  • 20. wordle.net
  • 21. wordle.net
  • 22. wordle.net
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  • 25. Examples Put in order Text response Numeric Response Likert Scale True or False Yes or No Multiple Choice
  • 26. What do you think this is made out of?
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  • 28. What do the children think?
  • 29. Concentration
  • 30. Warm up your brain
  • 31. Social Subjects Geography
  • 32. Improves lessons (even mine?)
  • 33. Student Voice
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  • 35. Literacy Spelling
  • 36. Graphic Novels
  • 37. Graphic Novels Graphic Novels
  • 38. What about ‘texting’?
  • 39. Assessment
  • 40. Why is it good for tests?
  • 41. Science Science
  • 42. What about that annoying person next to you?
  • 43. Having Fun FUN
  • 44. Its not about the ‘Tech’ its about the ‘Teach’ Ewan MacIntosh
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  • 46. ‘ Good Teachers’ use ‘Good Tools’ Derek Robertson
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  • 48. e: [email_address] b: www.olliebray.com