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  • Welcome to my presentation. My name is Victor Gonzalez and I am currently working at the International School of Bremen. I teach Spanish and ICT. I have given this presentation at AGIS (Association of German International Schools) last year in Hannover, also at the International School of Bremen and at the Laie International School in Barcelona. and last mont at the ECIS (European Council of International Schools)
  • The aim of this presentation is to give online tools to the language teacher in order to enrich his classes. The concepts I am going to use are very simple and are based on blended animated teaching and learning.
    Blended learning or B learning. Blended Learning is a blending of different interactive learning environments. It’s a combinatiomn of face-to-face instruction with computer-mediated instruction.

    The tools I have chosen are considered the best and most widely used by teachers around the world. They are,

    1) User friendly.
    2) Educationally rich
    3) Free tools.

    At the end of the presentation I am going to give you show you where the hand outs are, my blog and the website I have used to prepare the presentation.








































  • We have three theoretical elearning or blended learning concepts:
    Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants and New Millenium Learners.
    Digital Natives; Our students are native speakers of digital knowledge. Digital technologies already existed when they were born and have grown up with digital technology. They were born digital.

    Digital Immigrants: We have to adapt to technologies.

    Both terms are not black and white. We have to handle the concepts with great care. In recent studies Digital Natives are not technically homogeneous. There are those students who are definitely born digital but you can also find students who still struggle with the computer. That is a difficulty for us.

    The Third concept is New Millennium Learners or Creative Millennials. They are thought to be adept with computers, creative with technology and, above all, highly skilled at multitasking.




  • From static personal web pages to dynamically generated blogs and social networking profiles, such as Myspace and Facebook. Web 2.0 means sharing, creating, an architecture of participation. There is criticism in the web 2.0: Andrew Keen for example has stated that this user generated content leads to mediocrity because anybody can publish anything. Towards web 3.0: Semantic web solutions http://vimeo.com/718532


  • Galaxy of user generated content.













































  • Chart Gizmo, you can create dynamic charts.
    Edusim 3D, it is a 3D multi-user virtual world platform and authoring toolkit intended for your classroom interactive whiteboard
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVFsxev-2sk
  • Chart Gizmo, you can create dynamic charts.
    Edusim 3D, it is a 3D multi-user virtual world platform and authoring toolkit intended for your classroom interactive whiteboard
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVFsxev-2sk
  • Chart Gizmo, you can create dynamic charts.
    Edusim 3D, it is a 3D multi-user virtual world platform and authoring toolkit intended for your classroom interactive whiteboard
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVFsxev-2sk
  • Chart Gizmo, you can create dynamic charts.
    Edusim 3D, it is a 3D multi-user virtual world platform and authoring toolkit intended for your classroom interactive whiteboard
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVFsxev-2sk
  • http://prezi.com/

    You also have keynote by Apple.











  • You can create thumbnails of any websites you like. Present and share websites, newspapers, blocs to your students in high quality for your whiteboard.


  • Promethean Planet is the world’s largest interactive whiteboard community. Access 15,000 free lesson plans, professional development resources, ActivLearning courses and almost 500,000 teachers.
  • Promethean Planet is the world’s largest interactive whiteboard community. Access 15,000 free lesson plans, professional development resources, ActivLearning courses and almost 500,000 teachers.
  • Promethean Planet is the world’s largest interactive whiteboard community. Access 15,000 free lesson plans, professional development resources, ActivLearning courses and almost 500,000 teachers.






  • Mapjack is a better and non google street image provider. with high quality pictures, the coverage area doesn't stop street-side, they also include walking areas such as Parks, Universities and famous walking streets.

  • You can also make the students write the subtitles.








  • What is a blog
    A frequent, chronological publication of personal thoughts and Web links.A kind of hybrid diary/guide site where you can embed videos, photos and text.
  • What is a blog
    A frequent, chronological publication of personal thoughts and Web links.A kind of hybrid diary/guide site where you can embed videos, photos and text.
  • What is a blog
    A frequent, chronological publication of personal thoughts and Web links.A kind of hybrid diary/guide site where you can embed videos, photos and text.
  • A class blog: the teacher posts the homework, exercises, videos of himself or even podcasts for the students and the parents
    A creative blog: The students have to create a story with pictures, videos, etc. Or they can talk about a picture of a painting the teacher has posted. It can be individual or collective.
    A journaling blog: It can be written by one student or a group of students.



















  • The e-learning are publicly available for academic use, within and outside the University of British Columbia. Periodically, Arts IS releases new tools to this site for educational purposes. We can find tools like Vocabulary memorization platform, language pronunciation tool, and the Timeline tool that allows an instructor to construct an interactive timeline with audio and visual effects.

  • MemoryLifter is a free virtual flashcard system scientifically based on the Leitner card box algorithm with controlled repetition and timed spacing. It incorporates multimedia elements like images, audio, and video. And applies to all knowledge areas (Spanish, capital cities or famous paintings). You can create your own Learning Module.








  • The students choose their avatars. It is higly controlled and it is used for educational purposes. You can create very small and private communities.








  • EPals is the social network optimized for K-12 learning. Over half a million classrooms in 200 countries and territories use epals. You can browse by country, by category, difficulty, subject, etc, etc. As a teacher you can see flag marks next to student monitored mail messages.


  • tests and surveys



  • You can broadcast anything you want online with a global audience.


  • Free video editors on the net.

  • Flash your media by creating slideshows, videoshows or personal jukeboxes!




  • Pictures and texts come alife. For teachers you can have unlimited videos. See an example.




















  • With Ubroadcast you can tak live about any topic, conduct interviews and create your own radio program.
  • Podcasting: You just need to download a free multilingual audio editor and then create a podcast. A podcast is an audio digital file you can post in a blog and then download it as an MP3 file any time you want to listen to it. Many radio stations use podcasts, individuals, companies and of course also teachers. You can have an audio book, a short story, sporting event commentariers, class lectures, cooking recipes and an original radio program where the students can talk about their favourite music, films, actors, their own experiences or create their own original stories.



  • If you want the student to listen to the text he has written on the computer. It can be a fun way of working with bits and pieces of writing in class. The resultant computerized voice is getting better and better.


  • 36 million users and 1,6 social networks, Ning, unlike more famous social networks like Facebook or MySpace, a Ning can be walled off, so that only members of a particular community have access to that community.This means that it is safe post pictures, texts and audio commentaries because only your community will be able to watch, read and listen what the others are saying.


  • With wiki you can create collaboratibe websites. It-s like a small tiny wikipedia for your students. They can post their comments, write their stories or post their podcasts, so it constantly changes the website landscape.Private wiki servers require user authentication to edit pages, and sometimes even to read them. So a class can have a wiki page of any topic. The possibilities are endless.


  • This tool, Courselab, was voted the best for elearning in 2008. It creates interactive elearning content such as quizzes or online modules for your students. All for free.




  • Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. The images you create with Wordle are yours to use however you like. You can print them out, or save them to the Wordle gallery to share with your class. So if you choose a topic with your students in class you can generate as many words as your students like and put them together.
  • Teachers create webquests so that learners complete them as cooperative groups. Each learner within a group can be given a "role," or specific area to research. WebQuests may take the form of role-playing scenarios, where students take on the personas of professional researchers or historical figures.
























  • Why technology: 1) Teaching and learning is more attractive, innovative and effective. 2) Students boost their self confidence when learning activities are challenging and authentic. 3) Teachers have to be convinced of the value of technologies. Static textbook lessons can turn into attractive multisensorial learning objects. 4) Technologies provide access to worldwide information resources. As a teracher you are bringing the world into the classroom 5) Technologiesbring constant updating knowledge in a constant updating society. It s a revolution we are all immersed.
  • Why technology: 1) Teaching and learning is more attractive, innovative and effective. 2) Students boost their self confidence when learning activities are challenging and authentic. 3) Teachers have to be convinced of the value of technologies. Static textbook lessons can turn into attractive multisensorial learning objects. 4) Technologies provide access to worldwide information resources. As a teracher you are bringing the world into the classroom 5) Technologiesbring constant updating knowledge in a constant updating society. It s a revolution we are all immersed.



  • Web2 0 Educa Berlin

    1. 1. WEB 2.0 LANGUAGE LEARNING
    2. 2. Can I tell you a secret?
    3. 3. Once upon a time...
    4. 4. There was a student in the 90s
    5. 5. who wanted to be a teacher.
    6. 6. . .. j ob a u nd fo e h S
    7. 7. iin Texto In a high-tech school
    8. 8. .
    9. 9. But the problem was... .
    10. 10. Gosh!!
    11. 11. Gosh!! She didn´t know anything about computers !!!
    12. 12. Back in the 90’s
    13. 13. She just used her grandfather’s typemachine
    14. 14. She didn’t know how to use a mouse or how to print a simple document...
    15. 15. YES, sure she would learn.
    16. 16. But she was too attached to pen, paper and ink
    17. 17. She was a digital immigrant.
    18. 18. And a language teacher
    19. 19. She had to combine both things Texto
    20. 20. But how??
    21. 21. And then she googled...
    22. 22. Online __(1)___ exercises
    23. 23. Online __(1)___ exercises
    24. 24. Online __(1)___ (1) exercises Vocabulary,grammar, writing,exam...
    25. 25. And came up with something!
    26. 26. She finally went to the ICT room
    27. 27. with the students
    28. 28. But THEN...
    29. 29. a ze n a m t i los as e w sh elt e f Sh
    30. 30. Teacher,, teacher teacher !!
    31. 31. Where do I have to click? I have finishished, what can I do now? We haven’t done these words in class! It’s too difficult!
    32. 32. ZOINKS!
    33. 33. Teacher, teacher teacher !!
    34. 34. No, do not use google! No, you can’t write private messages! No, you can’t play or watch movies!
    35. 35. I will NEVER go to the ICT room AGAIN!
    36. 36. Back to pen paper and ink??
    37. 37. NO!
    38. 38. And she understood.
    39. 39. She was confronted with digital natives!
    40. 40. New Millennium Learners
    41. 41. But s woul he give dn’t so ea up sily
    42. 42. She learned about the web 2.0 .
    43. 43. So...
    44. 44. She finally understood what she had to do.
    45. 45. POWER POINT PRESENTATIONS IN CLASS
    46. 46. POWER POINT PRESENTATIONS IN CLASS
    47. 47. A native speaker explaining her life as a child in Spain.
    48. 48.  Mi casa era muy grande, tenía un jardín enorme y una piscina.
    49. 49. The presentation
    50. 50. I will use powerpoint to write a poem, I will use powepoint to write a poem, I will use powerpoint to write a poem, I will use powepoint to write a poem, I will use powerpoint to write a poem, I will use powepoint to write a poem, I will use powerpoint to write a poem, I will use powepoint to write a poem, I will use powerpoint to write a poem, I will use powepoint to write a poem, I will use powerpoint to write a poem, I will use powepoint to write a poem, I will use powerpoint to write a poem, I will use powepoint to write a poem, I will use powerpoint to write a poem, I will use powepoint to write a poem,
    51. 51. Yes, a poem, music and powerpoint. All together.
    52. 52. Lady Hope
    53. 53. Shall I tell you a story?
    54. 54. Shall I tell you a story? Lady Hope.
    55. 55. Shall I tell you a story? Lady Hope. A terrible One?
    56. 56. Shall I tell you a story? Lady Hope. A terrible One? Your Story?
    57. 57. Lady Hope.
    58. 58. But I have to warn you.
    59. 59. But I have to warn you. The Story isn’t fair.
    60. 60. But I have to warn you. The Story isn’t fair. It’s about a girl with red hair.
    61. 61. Once upon a time
    62. 62. Once upon a time There was a girl.
    63. 63. Once upon a time There was a girl. Her past wasn’t fine.
    64. 64. From her family beaten.
    65. 65. From her family beaten. Her own, she has to neaten
    66. 66. Lady Hope.
    67. 67. I will match the rythm of the poem and the music, I will match the rythm of the poem and the music, I will match the rythm of the poem and the music, I will match the rythm of the poem and the music, I will match the rythm of the poem and the music, I will match the rythm of the poem and the music, I will match the rythm of the poem and the music, I will match the rythm of the poem and the music, I will match the rythm of the poem and the music, I will match the rythm of the poem and the music, I will match the rythm of the poem and the music, I will match the rythm of the poem and the music,
    68. 68. The teacher using games to teach grammar and vocabulary.
    69. 69. Quién es el más fuerte?
    70. 70. QUÉ HACE?  Corre___________
    71. 71. They started to use the whiteboard in class.
    72. 72. They started to use the whiteboard in class. And it worked
    73. 73. And why not use 3D or virtual powerpoint charts?
    74. 74. Chart Gizmo
    75. 75. Chart Gizmo
    76. 76. Chart Gizmo edusim 3d
    77. 77. PREZI
    78. 78. Or 280 more slides?
    79. 79. and then share all these powerpoint presentations
    80. 80. Here
    81. 81. Here
    82. 82. Here SLIDESHARE.net
    83. 83. And it did work
    84. 84. But now let’s talk about what Internet has to offer.
    85. 85. 1
    86. 86. 1 Thumbalize your websites!
    87. 87. Tehttp://www.guardian.co.uk/
    88. 88. And what about cutting the web?
    89. 89. 2
    90. 90. 2 PROMETHEAN PLANET
    91. 91. 2 PROMETHEAN PLANET The largest whiteboard interactive community
    92. 92. Flipcharts, resource packs and weblinks!
    93. 93. Great ideas and best practises!
    94. 94. 3
    95. 95. 3 Go ogle streetview
    96. 96. 3
    97. 97. Students can write directions and describe what they see
    98. 98. Go!
    99. 99. 4
    100. 100. Make use of the subtitles to prepare interviews or songs in class
    101. 101. Or even better…
    102. 102. Or even better…
    103. 103. She also learned 3 was the magic number
    104. 104. For a website, blog or online exercise to be understandable
    105. 105. It had to be simple and easy
    106. 106. 3 clicks with the mouse
    107. 107. And she created a simple blog
    108. 108. 5 And she created a simple blog
    109. 109. Class Blog BLOG Journaling Creative Blog Blog
    110. 110. Then she decided to build up her own grammar games.
    111. 111. 6 o Then she decided to build up her own grammar games.
    112. 112. And embed them into her blog
    113. 113. Arcade Game Generator
    114. 114. Dustbin Game
    115. 115. Random Name Picker
    116. 116. More Animated games?
    117. 117. Or Flash cards?
    118. 118. 7 Or Flash cards?
    119. 119. The students were happy
    120. 120. And they asked for more.
    121. 121. 8
    122. 122. Small Worlds
    123. 123. Small Worlds A virtual place to create your own space
    124. 124. Small Worlds A virtual place to create your own space
    125. 125. And what about chatting?
    126. 126. 9 And what about chatting?
    127. 127. What about it?
    128. 128. Inside her blog
    129. 129. Or even outside...
    130. 130. They could video chat too!
    131. 131. 9 They could video chat too!
    132. 132. Yes. What about it?
    133. 133. With other pupils around the world
    134. 134. And make new friends...
    135. 135. Online tests and quizzes
    136. 136. 10 Online tests and quizzes
    137. 137. Then she used a stream live TV studio for her blog. o
    138. 138. 11 Then she used a stream live TV studio for her blog. o
    139. 139. She could broadcast her lessons
    140. 140. Texto
    141. 141. Texto movies! And made
    142. 142. 12 Texto movies! And made
    143. 143. Bubbles too! 13
    144. 144. Bubbles too! 13
    145. 145. BUBBLEPLY IT !
    146. 146. BUBBLESNAP IT!
    147. 147. ANIMOTO IT! ! NOW!
    148. 148. Use Gifup.com to create posters!
    149. 149. Fun, isn´t it?
    150. 150. BUT THERE ARE MORE THINGS
    151. 151. Comics and Animations
    152. 152. Comics and Animations 14
    153. 153. Mashon comic creator
    154. 154. Plus Puricute posters with the vocabulary learned in class!
    155. 155. RADIO
    156. 156. 15 RADIO
    157. 157. PODCASTING
    158. 158. PODCASTING
    159. 159. AND
    160. 160. They Could listen to their own texts in their MP3s!
    161. 161. Then she started thinking about creating her own social network
    162. 162. Then she started thinking 16 about creating her own social network
    163. 163. And work with a free e-learning authoring tool
    164. 164. Go to Module
    165. 165. Courselab Go to Module
    166. 166. And what about concept maps?
    167. 167. And what about concept maps? 17
    168. 168. 17 And what about concept maps?
    169. 169. Wordle
    170. 170. Wordle
    171. 171. Or Webquests?
    172. 172. Or 18 Webquests?
    173. 173. Then then students asked
    174. 174. Why don´t we write an online book?
    175. 175. Why don´t we write an online book? 19
    176. 176. We can also publish brochures, restaurant menus and magazine covers!
    177. 177. 20 Why don´t we make some websites?
    178. 178. Why don´t we make some 20 websites?
    179. 179. High quality Flash Websites?
    180. 180. Why not?
    181. 181. So where did she learn how to use all these programmes?
    182. 182. But of course she could always click on Linguanet Europa .
    183. 183. So if you persevere, you can always find interesting and creative things on the net....
    184. 184. Create Comment Share…
    185. 185. Create Comment Share…
    186. 186. Create Comment Share…
    187. 187. Create Comment Share…
    188. 188. Now you know my secret
    189. 189. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING!
    190. 190. http://www.elearningtips.edublogs.org/ http://c4lpt.co.uk/recommended/ http://www.scribd.com/vgonzalezguz Workshop led by Víctor González at EDUCA BERLIN 2009 vgonzalezguz@uoc.edu vgonzalez@isbremen.de

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