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Digital learning and teaching

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  • 1. Digital Teaching and Digital Learning
  • 2. quite like crazy about adore can’t stand loathe don’t’mind keen on can’t bear not that keen on fond of Headway Using IWBS Using technology and teaching
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    • Teachers are set in their ways
    • Possible technical difficulties
    • Fear of using digital resources
    • Increased preparation time
    • Cost of both the software and IWBs, data projectors etc.
    • Not able to monitor individual students
    • Danger of IWB/digital resources dominating the classroom
    • Students could become too distracted
    • IWB activities could be perceived to bit a bit childish.
    • Possibly take away thinking time for students
    • Added dimension of the IWB could affect classroom dynamics and interaction between the teacher and students – could make the classroom more teacher-centric
  • 4. http://shaunwilden.edu.glogster.com/headway/
  • 5. Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important. – Bill Gates
  • 6. It isn't really about the tool it is about how you use it http://edtechpower.blogspot.com/2009/09/10-tips-for-teaching-technology-to.html
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  • 12. The discussion about technology in education is dead.  The only thing that matters is content. http://whatsnewintheworld.net/2010/01/bett-2010-the-best-of-all-worlds/
  • 13. Technology is wonderful when it is not the end but the means to education, language acquisition, whatever it is that we want to use it for…. it should enhance our lessons, not take over http://marisaconstantinides.edublogs.org/2009/11/28/dont-forget-the-pedagogy/
  • 14. What do you want from technology? 17% 33% 15% 3% 10% 20% Help with my preparation Enhance classroom presentation Give teaching points for students Help with grading/marking Aid e-communication with students Provide extra practice for students
  • 15. What is Headway Itools?
    • Convenient
    • Works on an IWB, on the laptop screen and with a data projector
    • Video, listening and scripts all included
    • Digitalized book exercises
    • Extra games and other features
  • 16. Switch to itools
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  • 23. Headway 4 th Edition Page 60
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  • 25. Headway 4 th Edition Page 60
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  • 31. 4. Increased preparation time 6. Not able to monitor individual students 7. Danger of IWB/digital resources dominating the classroom 8. Students could become too distracted 9. IWB activities could be perceived to bit a bit childish. 10. Possibly take away thinking time for students 11. Added dimension of the IWB could affect classroom dynamics and interaction between the teacher and students – could make the classroom more teacher-centric
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  • 38. “ Technology will not replace teachers but teachers who use technology will probably replace teachers who do not” - Ray Clifford
  • 39. Do not confine your children to your own learning for they were born in a different time. [ Hebrew proverb ]
  • 40. Thank you for listening