JENN Ask people for ideas. . . Do they use these? Are they familiar with these? What else do they use?
JENN ask for their ideas first . . . Then share some of these things we have done . . .
5 minutes to brainstorm10 minutes to answer questions
Link to it . . . Ask them if they want to see the class . . .
Ask them to list tools first that they know about . . . Then go through other ideas we have . . . Do they know what these are? Ask how they use them . . .
Rendezvous 2010 presentation
Distance Learning for English Language Learners<br />Big Bend Community College<br />7662 Chanute St.<br />Moses Lake, WA 98837<br />TERRY Kinzel<br />Jennifer deLeon<br />
Introductions <br />Where do you teach?<br />Do you teach ESL or GED?<br />Does your classroom have computers?<br />Do you use other types of technology in your classroom?<br />Text questions you have throughout the presentation to (509) 855-6494<br />
Migrant Education Even Start<br />WHY WE DID IT . . . <br />To engage families in a learning model that is flexible, responsive to their lives, and available when the student is available to learn.<br />
What does it look like for our program? <br />Develop computer literacy (http://www.caaaelii.org/action_download) <br />Integrate distance learning technology into traditional learning<br />Make learning mobile<br />Provide professional development for instructional staff<br />
Computer based learning technology<br />Rosetta stone<br />Mavis beacon<br />CDLP (www.cdlponline.org/) <br />English for All (www.myefa.org/login.cfm)<br />Live Mocha (www.livemocha.com/)<br />Pumarosa (www.pumarosa.com/)<br />USA Learns (www.usalearns.org) <br />Ling Q (www.lingq.com/) <br />
Integrating Technology<br />“ … observers sometimes expect technology integration in the classroom to be a spontaneous process … creating an explosion of expanded opportunities for teaching and learning. Unfortunately, this is almost never the case. Students are usually eager to use the computer, but teachers are often hesitant and unsure of ways to effectively use it within instruction. We tend to teach the way we were taught, and few of today’s classroom teachers had opportunities to learn in a "technology infused" setting. Technology integration is a process, involving not only the physical acquisition of tools like computer hardware and software, but also important changes in the ways educators think about their roles in the classroom and student roles.” <br /><ul><li>http://www.wtvi.com/teks/03_04_articles/tla_lessons.html</li></li></ul><li>What does it mean???<br />A Computer Lab IS NOT Technology INTEGRATION!!!<br />A Computer Lab IS:<br /><ul><li>Specific computer instruction
“The scheduled lab concept is based on the idea that a computer teacher can and should provide instruction about technology to students independent of other classroom activities. This concept and model is still viable and needed in many contexts.”
http://www.wtvi.com/teks/03_04_articles/tla_lessons.html</li></li></ul><li>So how do you integratetechnology into the ESL classroom?<br />Tape/CD players<br />Videos/DVD’s<br />Overhead projector/ELMO<br />MP3 Players<br />Listening to podcasts or specifically recorded assignments<br />Listening to songs<br />Students record themselves speaking<br />Computers<br />Comparison shopping online<br />Spreadsheets<br />Recipes/Cook Book<br />Weather tracking<br />Creating charts/graphs<br />Research (zoo trip)<br />