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Visual aids for an in-service training day about Digital Literacies in Nybro, Sweden on 15th August, 2013.

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  1. 1. “Digital Literacies” or “The use of ICT”? “The use of ICT”? david.richardson@lnu.se
  2. 2. Picking out the Porkies • Teaching 5 year-old zero beginners English in 6 weeks • Teaching deaf people using a text-telephone • Selling on-line courses to Japanese students at $80/course • Using satellite technology to transmit English courses on TV • Working in a virtual world with students from all over the world
  3. 3. The machines we use …
  4. 4. Too Much Information! Solution: back to didactic basics!
  5. 5. I, C & T or ?
  6. 6. Digital Literacies Nicky HocklyGavin Dudeney Mark Pegrum
  7. 7. Digital Literacies 1st Focus:1st Focus: LanguageLanguage 2nd Focus:2nd Focus: InformationInformation 3rd Focus:3rd Focus: ConnectionsConnections 4th Focus:4th Focus: (Re-) Design(Re-) Design Print literacy Texting literacy Hypertext literacy Tagging literacy Multimedia literacy Search literacy Information literacy Filtering literacy Personal literacy Network literacy Participatory literacy Gaming literacy Mobile literacy Intercultural literacy Code literacy Remix literacy
  8. 8. How sophisticated are your pupils at using ICT?
  9. 9. “Productivity” “For decades policymakers and […] managers have been looking for ways to increase "productivity" “ [in] every decade since the 1970s we have been promised a Brave New World IT-powered revolution in […] education” Peter Scott (Education Guardian 5th August, 2013)
  10. 10. The Arnold Schwarzenegger Math Course (NYC) Math Course (NYC)
  11. 11. S-A-M-R Model Way of assessing use of technology Dr Reuben Puentedura
  12. 12. What the initials stand for • Substitution (ersättande) • Augmentation (förbättring) • Modification (modifiering) • Redefinition (omdefiniering)
  13. 13. SAMR in Action (substitution)
  14. 14. SAMR in Action (augmentation)
  15. 15. SAMR in Action (modification)
  16. 16. SAMR in Action (redefinition)
  17. 17. Which technical ‘fixes’ have you had experience of?
  18. 18. Grades from the ‘Kommentar’ A 1.1 A 1.2 A 2.1 A 2.2 B 1.1 B 1.2 B 2.1 B 2.2 Grundskolan åk 6 åk 9 Gymnasium 5 6 7
  19. 19. Grammar Translation vs. CLT: 1 Focus on learning the rules of grammar and their application •Vocabulary  in L2 is learned through direct translation from L1 •Translation as a means of explanation of meaning •Little or no attention to pronunciation •Use of L1 as medium of instruction
  20. 20. Grammar Translation vs. CLT: 2 Focus on communicating: first speech then text •Performance first … •… explanation last •Heavy emphasis on pronunciation •Use of L2 as medium of instruction
  21. 21. SAMR & Language Didactics • Substitution (ersättande) • Augmentation (förbättring) • Modification (modifiering) • Redefinition (omdefiniering)
  22. 22. I, C & T or ?
  23. 23. Some or Any? • I don’t like some Greek dishes. • I don’t like any Greek dishes. • Give me some of those. • Give me any of those. • Would you like some tea? • Would you like any tea?
  24. 24. Practical Exercises 1.Create and administer a blog 2.Create a podcast 3.Perform a WebQuest 4.Design a WebQuest 5.Make a YouTube film 6.Design a VoiceThread task
  25. 25. What have you learned today?!
  26. 26. What else would you like to know?
  27. 27. What did you think of the session today?