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'New developments in computer assisted language learning´ presented at the International Support & Teach 2011 Conference organised by the English for Kids Foundation,

'New developments in computer assisted language learning´ presented at the International Support & Teach 2011 Conference organised by the English for Kids Foundation,

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    • New developments in computer assisted language learning EFKF Support & Teach Conference 2011 Ton Koenraad
    • Hogeschool Utrecht MFL methodology, in-service trainingFaculty of Education e-Projects manager, ICT-Coordinator1990 - 2011 2005 2009 Kennisbasis-ICT
    • TELLConsult
    • www.koenraad.info / TELLConsult Tools, CoPs, Activity design, Teacher Ed., Research iTILTThe TalenQuest Consortium EU-projects: www.talenquest.nl www.micall.net E-CLIL CATS Project Council of Europe NIFLAR 3D ViTAAL www.lquest.net
    • ICT & Infrastructure in developing countries • mobile-driven• One Laptop per Child transformation of poor countries (The Economist, 2011) •Hole-in-the-Wall Project
    • Mobile cellular subscriptions growth 2000 - 2010• NL: 10.755.000 ---------> 19.310.000• INDIA: 3.577.095 -------> 752.190.000• NICARAGUA: 90.294 ----> 3.770.510• UKRAINE: 818.524 -------> 53.928.830 (International Communication Union, 2011)“the cellphone is poised to become the PC of Africa” Merryl Ford (2009)
    • ReferencesSymposium + EU experts EU: EUROCALL
    • LT CENTENNIAL (2011)The FUTURE of LANGUAGE EDUCATION 1) the learning environment 2) the teacher 3) the learner 4) the methodology 5) the technology
    • The FUTURE of LANGUAGE EDUCATION The learning environment • Institution ‘school’ to stay • Increase of digital component, OER • Blended learning / Future of Textbooks? • CMC promotes ‘open classroom’ & ‘telecollaboration’ • Tech development faster than school change • LEs = teaching, learning and evaluation models - methodological approach + related technology
    • Open Educational Resources (OER) LINGUA@NET
    • LMS / VLE + MFL plug-ins
    • WebSwami for oral/aural skills
    • Extensive reading support
    • Telecollaboration
    • The FUTURE of LANGUAGE EDUCATION The teacher •New roles and competences: – curriculum trajectory design – project based learning management –(e)-materials design – ict tools selection –open classroom moderation
    • The FUTURE of LANGUAGE EDUCATIONTeacher competence developmentExperiential learning in initial trainingSlow Cont. Prof. development (CPD)PLNs (lists, twitter, CoP, Delicious)
    • Experiential Learning
    • Communities of Practice (CoP)
    • Personal Learning Network:Sharing Interests & Resource Finds
    • The FUTURE of LANGUAGE EDUCATION The learner Increased use of social media (e.g Facebook) More informal learning (e.g. gaming, fan fiction)
    • Informal Learning:Language Communities
    • The FUTURE of LANGUAGE EDUCATION The methodology •Content driven •Task-supported •Targeted at Language use •CLIL • MFL methodology development: more input from SLA research & learning theories needed
    • The FUTURE of LANGUAGE EDUCATION The technology • CMC (synchronous and asynchronous) • WEB 2.0 • IWBs • Mobile technologies • WEB 3.0 • Adaptive software
    • Oral synchronous communication
    • 3 D worlds for cultural info and ICC competence development through encounters and events
    • Simulations for practice andassessment of oral skillsChatterdale
    • Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL)APPS for:-Dictionaries-Vocab development (flashcards)-Games-Grammar-focus-Listening-Reading (Literature)-Text comprehension-Access to LMS (Moodle, courseware)
    • Current availability of APPs
    • Points for discussion/reflection• Analysis of local needs to define Project Learning environment• EFKF’s role in provision of e-facilities• Skills development of project volunteers and local staff• Quality Assurance: e.g. Project evaluation