Technologically mediated
breaks in lesson flow
Mediating Technologies in
Teacher Education
Ann-Thérèse Arstorp
The Danish ...
Key Points
 Lesson flow is of key importance to
teachers
 Technologies mediate breaks in lesson flow and
interferes with...
Background
Political interest in technology
 Government policies
 Visions of a digitalized
Denmark throughout the
public...
 A flow from one activity to another:
 Teacher presenting 
students doing group work 
watching a videoclip 
teacher p...
 My data shows that lesson flow is important for lesson
completion
 Technology disturbs lesson flow with breakdowns
 fl...
Subject: Danish
Topic: Children’s
Reading Development
Technology as a flow-
stopping artifact
The Missing Sound
The Wrong Player
Subject: Danish
Topic: The Transformation
from graphic novel to movie
Technology as a flow-stopping
artif...
Important Points
Technology in the Classroom
 Interferes with a crucial element in teaching – lesson
flow
 Dealing with ...
Ann-Thérèse Arstorp, ata@dpu.dk
Twitter: @arstorp
Technucation.dk/en
Thank You for Your
Attention
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Mediating technologies ECER conference 09/09/13

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Presentation held at ECER/EERA conference in Istanbul on September 9th 2013.

The presentation focuses on the notion of Lesson Flow and how technolgies mediate breaks in that Lesson Flow.

Part of a PhD project on Technologies in Teacher Eduaction.

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    1. 1. Technologically mediated breaks in lesson flow Mediating Technologies in Teacher Education Ann-Thérèse Arstorp The Danish School of Education, Aarhus University University College UCC, Denmark
    2. 2. Key Points  Lesson flow is of key importance to teachers  Technologies mediate breaks in lesson flow and interferes with a core element in teaching  Teachers have to develop new skills to deal with technologically mediated lesson breaks
    3. 3. Background Political interest in technology  Government policies  Visions of a digitalized Denmark throughout the public sector:  Leading digital nation  Research interest  Technucation.dk/en  Technological literacy in nurses’ and teachers’ professions
    4. 4.  A flow from one activity to another:  Teacher presenting  students doing group work  watching a videoclip  teacher presenting  plenary discussion …when uninterrupted = lesson flow What is Lesson Flow?
    5. 5.  My data shows that lesson flow is important for lesson completion  Technology disturbs lesson flow with breakdowns  flow-stopping artifact  Flow becomes important because of a cutback in lessons  teacher’s motive: to reach the learning goals Technologies & Lesson Flow
    6. 6. Subject: Danish Topic: Children’s Reading Development Technology as a flow- stopping artifact The Missing Sound
    7. 7. The Wrong Player Subject: Danish Topic: The Transformation from graphic novel to movie Technology as a flow-stopping artifact
    8. 8. Important Points Technology in the Classroom  Interferes with a crucial element in teaching – lesson flow  Dealing with technologies means added complexity  Requires new ways of understanding teaching practice with technologies
    9. 9. Ann-Thérèse Arstorp, ata@dpu.dk Twitter: @arstorp Technucation.dk/en Thank You for Your Attention

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