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Rt lit conference 2011


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Rt lit conference 2011

  1. 1. Literacy & Beyond! Sue West Globo Ltd.
  2. 2. About Me... From little things, big things grow... Favourite fishing spots on Rakino Island .
  3. 3. Oh, and I like sailing and making crazy cushions...
  4. 5. 21 st Century Learners… Grow up in a connected, creative, chaotic, world…
  5. 6. Everything, almost everything, is only a click away…
  6. 8. Recording Voice Audacity - great way to record reading, prompt with questions, re-read the text and reflect on changes. Most schools will have this free tool. Available for Mac & PC
  7. 9. Examples Peter - Reading Cassidy’s - Reading
  8. 10. Audacity - how to... Resources -
  9. 11. Other Ways to Record... Most Interactive Whiteboards will have voice recording as a feature. Blabberize
  10. 12. PhotoStory 3 examples... How to...
  11. 13. Capturing the Process
  12. 14. Get into the story Friend, Friend, Who Do You See? - Link Michael went for a basket and missed. It was me who saved the game with my rebound and into the basket! Training was tough, but I had to push on. I was selected for the team! I was so excited.
  13. 15. Using Mind-Mapping Software
  14. 16. Free, Online Maps MindMeister Webspiration
  15. 17. Using Online Videos Use these for teaching yourself and for students to: Listen & watch Take notes Recall Teach others
  16. 18. Blend Slideshows e.g. - Bl Learning Objects – via DigiStore
  17. 19. 1. Blogs Blog stands for web log. Blogs are great for writing and keeping track of student work. They can access their blog anywhere. Great if you give parents/whanau access for posting encouraging, learning comments. SPS
  18. 20. 2. Blogs <ul><li>1. Provides authentic audience for writing, </li></ul><ul><li>2. Parents can comment on student work, </li></ul><ul><li>3. Students engage outside of the classroom, </li></ul><ul><li>Motivating for students, </li></ul><ul><li>Acts a student portfolio of student work, </li></ul><ul><li>Personalised by the student, </li></ul><ul><li>Voice, video etc., can be embedded. </li></ul>
  19. 21. 3. Blogs Easiest way to set up a blog is by using Blogger – It does have an age restriction on it, so best if the teacher sets it up and monitors posts. Here is how...
  20. 22. Persuasive Writing Can you convince me?
  21. 23. Interactive Whiteboards There is a huge variety. It’s the software that’s important.
  22. 24. Wikis Well, let’s just make one aye?
  23. 25. They have spent their entire lives surrounded by and using tools of the digital age.
  24. 26. Besides lunch, what did you what did you enjoy? what ideas would you investigate further for your work? Reflection
  25. 27. School as we know it. School as we know it.