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Technology is our new social glue for creativity ...

Technology is our new social glue for creativity

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http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/january-2014-sylvia-guinan-social-emotional-approaches-teaching-technology

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Social and Emotional Approaches To Teaching with Technology Social and Emotional Approaches To Teaching with Technology Presentation Transcript

  • Approaches “All learning has an emotional base.” – Plato Technology is our new social glue for creativity
  • Approaches Educational Technology is fun !!!
  • Approaches 1 We are all here today because we know that we are not just teaching language, we are teaching people. 2 As teachers we can teach language better through integrating social and emotional intelligence into the communicative process. 3 Technology makes this easier because i t allows for enhanced creativity through social interactivity. Educational Technology is fun !!!
  • Approaches Promoting social & emotional learning: guidelines for educators
  • Appealing to emotions on different levels Brain-friendly level and best practice (Creativity) Personal levels with regard to social responsibility (Caring) Social interaction through learning (collaboration) Social and emotional resources from Edutopia
  • Approaches 1) Visual design , colour, presentation. 2) Psychology, grammar and language of mindmapping. 3) Psychology of comics as creative mediums. 4) Music, collaboration , and infinite language-building resources. 5) Collaborative storytelling websites . Technology helps us to get socially & emotionally engaged
  • How do your students engage with content? Colour coding helps to explain grammar Colour visuals increase willingness to read by up to 80 percent. Using colour can increase motivation and participation by up to 80 percent. Colour enhances learning and improves retention by more than 75 percent. The importance of imagery article link
  • How do your students engage with content? Colour coding helps to explain grammar Colour visuals increase willingness to read by up to 80 percent. Using color can increase motivation and participation by up to 80 percent. Color enhances learning and improves retention by more than 75 percent. The importance of imagery article link
  • A vocabulary mindmap by Gordana Popovic Colour coding helps to explain grammar Colour visuals increase willingness to read by up to 80 percent. Using color can increase motivation and participation by up to 80 percent. Color enhances learning and improves retention by more than 75 percent. The importance of imagery article link 1,003 people say it’s brainfriendly;)
  • Psychology of mindmapping Radiant thinking Creative thinking Brainstorming Problem solving Making choices Storytelling Organising ideas Thinking Organising other people’s ideas Teaching Memory The group mindmap Thoughts on visual design inspired by global educators at #ebookevo
  • significance Co-operating in groups Self-expression Brainstorming together Shared expression Social and emotional themes Collaborative expression Organising ideas together Thinking Imagination Catching and sharing dreams Fun Confidence and curiosity
  • Mindmapping tools imind Mindmaple coggle Popplet Xmind Recommended book: mindmaps for kids
  • Comics 1 BRAINFRIENDLY: Comics are fun to read and easy to remember and demonstrate linguistics in action.. 2 CREATIVE: Students identify with the comics which also lend themselves to self-expression and self-discovery through story-telling 3 CARING: Theme-based topics can be planned to teach interpersonal and intrapersonal skills through L2 language development in non-threatening ways. 50 resources to use animation as a teaching tool
  • And language development through comics imind Mindmaple coggle Popplet Xmind
  • Language Development through comics 11) 1) Collaborative story-telling 2) Social themes imind Mindmaple 3) Collaborative time-travel – tenses and story 4) Dialogue building 5) Problem solving 6) Dilemmas 7) Mixed-up stories 8) Guessing games coggle Xmind 9) Practising parts of speech Digital storytelling by Nik Peachey Popplet
  • Language Development through comics 11)1) Collaborative story-telling 2) Social themes 3) Collaborative time-travel – tenses and story imind Mindmaple 4) Dialogue building 5) Problem solving 6) Dilemmas coggle Xmind Popplet
  • Language Development through comics “THE DEGREE OF READER INVOLVEMENT IS GREATER WHEN READING COMICS BECAUSE DEDUCTIVE REASONING IS OFTEN REQUIRED TO WORK OUT THE STORY IN SCENE TO SCENE TRANSITIONS.” Scott McCloud Understanding comics by Scott McCloud
  • Language Development through comics 11)1) Collaborative story-telling 2) Social themes 3) Collaborative time-travel – tenses and story imind Mindmaple 4) Dialogue building 5) Problem solving 6) Dilemmas coggle Xmind Popplet
  • Language Development through comics 11)1) Collaborative story-telling 2) Social themes 3) Collaborative time-travel – tenses and story imind Mindmaple 4) Dialogue building 5) Problem solving 6) Dilemmas coggle Xmind Popplet
  • Language Development through comics 11)1) Collaborative story-telling 2) Social themes 3) Collaborative time-travel – tenses and story imind Mindmaple 4) Dialogue building 5) Problem solving 6) Dilemmas coggle Xmind Popplet
  • Language Development through comics 11)1) Collaborative story-telling 2) Social themes 3) Collaborative time-travel – tenses and story imind Mindmaple 4) Dialogue building 5) Problem solving 6) Dilemmas coggle Xmind Popplet
  • Language Development through comics 11)1) Collaborative story-telling 2) Social themes 3) Collaborative time-travel – tenses and story imind C:Documents and SettingsAdminΤα Mindmaple 4) Dialogue building έγγραφά μουΟι εικόνες 5) Problem solving μουwiziqmakebelief.png 6) Dilemmas coggle Xmind Popplet
  • Language Development through comics imind C:Documents and SettingsAdminΤα Mindmaple έγγραφά μουΟι εικόνες μουwiziqmakebelief.png coggle Xmind Popplet
  • Language Development through music Top all-time pop songs for the classroom 50 ways to use music and song in the classroom Collo-tunes by Fluency MC Eduglogster Popullar
  • Storytelling with technology Storybird intermediate Prezi idioms story Storybird advanced Prezi proficiency vocabulary story Poetry glogster Britlit learnenglish kids Pic lits Domoanimate Educational Technology in ELT: digital Storytelling
  • Online playgrounds and more How to turn your learning management system into an online playground The psychology of storytelling for fluency development Enhanced listening through storytelling Storytelling webinar Empathy in Ed. webinar Listening and storytelling
  • Featured comic sites British Council comics Pixton Bitstrips Makebelief comix 50 Resources using animation as a teaching tool
  • Safe Social blogging sites for students ClubEFL Spark your writing Something to write about Class wikis 50 Resources using animation as a teaching tool
  • Safe Social blogging sites for students Special thanks to the British Council for hosting this webinar and to The British Council/Teaching English page on facebook for encouraging Creativity in English Language Teaching. Thanks also to Edutopia for so much information about social and emotional learning. Finally, thanks to all interested teachers who are passionate about professional development. 50 Resources using animation as a teaching tool
  • Approaches Time to explore