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Ict and digitalization in teaching and learning

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Ict and digitalization in teaching and learning

  1. 1. ICT and digitalization in teaching and learning 信息通信技术和数字化教学与学习 New Teachers Pre-Service Training 新教师入职培训 Chongqing University of Sciences and Technology Chongqing, China 26. July 2017 重庆科技学院 中国, 2017 年 7 月 26 日 Matleena Laakso TAMK – Tampere University of Applied Sciences 坦佩雷应用科学大学 Li Zhang TAMK & Bright Sky Consulting 坦佩雷应用科学大学, Bright Sky 教育咨询
  2. 2. Matleena Laakso 马特莱娜 · 拉科索 • Master of education, teacher’s pedagogical qualification • Expert in teaching and learning, specialised in ICT and digitalisation in education and professional development  • Expert at the School of Vocational Teacher Education at TAMK • WeChat ID: matleenalaakso • 教育学硕士,具有教师教学资格 • 教学和学习领域专家,专门从事 ICT 和数字化教育与职业发展等研究领域 • 坦佩雷科技大学职业教师教育学院专 家 • 微信账号: matleenalaakso
  3. 3. 信息通信技术和数字化教学与学 习 • 技术展望 2017 :中国高等教育 • 教育社交媒体 We will try out three free web-tools. • Padlet-app • You can also use WeChat
  4. 4. Learning environment of today Häkkinen & Viteli (ed) 2014: https://ktl.jyu.fi/julkaisut/julkaisuluettelo/julkaisut/2014/D109.pdf Physical and virtual Personal and shared Formal, informal and non-formal Global and local Picture: Kimhunghan CC BY-SA
  5. 5. What is typical for good teaching methods? Minna Lakkala: www.slideshare.net/MinnaHL/pedagogineninfra2015 • Students co-operate like professional teams. • Students perform tasks and solve challanging problems. • Students use various sources and digital techonology. • Students create new knowledge together and make concrete final results. Picture: Sasint CC0, pixabay.com
  6. 6. Kuva: geralt CC0, pixabay.com
  7. 7. It does not matter how slowly you go  as long as you do not stop. – Confucius Picture: Confucius Sculpture from Nanjing, Kevinsmithnyc, CC BY-SA, Wikimedia.org Picture: MemoryCatcher CC0, pixabay.com
  8. 8. You don’t have to do it alone Picture: Jack78 CC0, pixabay.com
  9. 9. Timers http://www.online-stopwatch.com/classroom-timers
  10. 10. • Share your ideas with those sitting next to you! (groups of 3-5) How can you learn from each other things that help you as a teacher?
  11. 11. Technology Outlook 2017: Chinese Higher Education Picture: CC0, pixabay.com Blueberry
  12. 12. Technology Outlook 2017: Chinese Higher Education • Made by The New Media Consortium and Smart Learning Institute of Beijing Normal University • http://sli.bnu.edu.cn • Licensed under CC BY
  13. 13. Blended learning Picture: Petra Larvus CC BY-SA
  14. 14. Picture: Matleena Laakso CC BY
  15. 15. Open educational resources
  16. 16. Creative Commons licenses are the standard for sharing free content online. •International •Non-commercial •The most used license in the world Picture: creativecommons.org/licenses, CC BY
  17. 17. creativecommons.net.cn
  18. 18. Creative Commons -terms By combining these terms you get the licenses on the following slide
  19. 19. Recommended lisencies to learning materials
  20. 20. pixabay.com/en (CC0 photos etc.)
  21. 21. • STEM: science, technology, engineering and mathematics • A stands for ‘art+’ (arts, design, humanities). – encourages more intellectual curiosity and creative thinking Rise of STEAM Learning Picture: Joffi CC0, pixabay.com
  22. 22. Start by giving a code and your name. Let’s try! https://quizizz.com/join Digitals tests: Hot trend in Nordic countries
  23. 23. https://quizizz.com/join
  24. 24. Log in and create your own quiz or use public quizizz
  25. 25. Picture: Bart Everson CC BY
  26. 26. Pictures: Jari Laru, CC BY-SA
  27. 27. Open your Padlet-app • No need to register or sign in today!
  28. 28. padlet.com/matlaakso/trends
  29. 29. padlet.com/matlaakso/trends Add your idea
  30. 30. What do these trends mean for your role as a teacher?
  31. 31. • Students learn at home from videos, book, web, discussion etc. • At the school they practise, solve problems, apply what they have learned and co-operate with each others • Type of blended learning: ICT and collaborative learning are actively in use Flipped learning Picture: www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom
  32. 32. Mobile learning Kuva: Bett2017, creativeconnection.co.uk
  33. 33. QR codes • Assignments • Guidelines • Links to social media tools where to post comments, pictures,.. • Instruction videos Pictures: Matleena Laakso CC BY
  34. 34. quizlet.com
  35. 35. Virtual and augmented reality Kuva: Timo Ilomäki CC BY
  36. 36. Robotics, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) is here • What do we need to learn? • What the robots and AI can not do in the next decades? Kuva: geralt CC0, pixabay.com
  37. 37. What do the developments and challanges mean for your role as a teacher?
  38. 38. Social media in education 教育社交媒体 Picture: CC0, pixabay.com Blueberry
  39. 39. Social media is about sharing Sharing is an important part of the culture Kuva: Scott Maxwell, CC BY-SA
  40. 40. Social media revolution https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWa8-43kE-Q
  41. 41. https://answergarden.ch •Write the name of each tools as an individual message. •If your answer is already written by someone else, just click it and submit. •Refresh to view all answers. What are your best digital tools for teaching and learning?
  42. 42. Best digital tools for teaching and learning? 1/3
  43. 43. Best digital tools for teaching and learning? 2/3
  44. 44. Best digital tools for teaching and learning? 3/3
  45. 45. 1. YouTube 2. Google Search 3. Twitter 4. PowerPoint 5. Google Docs/Drive 6. Facebook 7. Skype 8. LinkedIn 9. WordPress 10. Dropbox Top Tools for Learning 2016 Jane Hart: c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools TOOL: “any software or online tool or service that can be used for your own personal learning or for teaching or training” 11. Wikipedia 12. Yammer 13. WhatApp 14. Prezi 15. Kahoot 16. Word 17. Evernote 18. Slideshare 19. OneNote 20. Slack
  46. 46. 1. Baidu.com 2. Qq.com 3. Taobao.com 4. Tmall.com 5. Sohu.com 6. Sina.com.cn 7. Jd.com 8. Weibo.com 9. 360.cn 10. List.tmall.com Top Sites in China www.alexa.com/topsites/countries/CN 11. Google.com 12. Youtube.com 13. Google.com.hk 14. Alipay.com 15.Gmw.cn Picture: PD, pixabay.com
  47. 47. • Digital flipchart: padlet.com • Chat & background channels: WeChat, Weibo,.. • Quizezz: quizizz.com, quizlet.com, edpuzzle.com,.. • WordClouds: answergarden.ch,.. Some tools for activating lectures
  48. 48. Comments? Questions? Picture: CC0, pixabay.com Blueberry
  49. 49. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International License (CC BY-SA 4.0) 根据知识共享署名 - 相同共享 4.0 授权 国际许可( CC BY-SA 4.0 ) • Creative Commons -licensies: creativecommons.net.cn or creativecommons.org • Terms for using these slides is CC BY-SA: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 You are free to: –Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format –Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material –for any purpose, even commercially. Under the following terms: –Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use. –ShareAlike — If you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you must distribute your contributions under the same license as the original. • You can contact me to get more rights  –These slides: https://www.slideshare.net/MatleenaLaakso/ICT-and-digitalization-in-teaching-and- learning –My blog: http://www.matleenalaakso.fi/p/in-english.html –WeChatID: matleenalaakso –E-mail: matleena.laakso@tamk.fi or matleena.laakso@live.fi

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