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  • [Title of the course] Oct 9, 2012 Copyright © 2004-2005 NameOfTheOrganization. All rights reserved.
  • [Title of the course] Oct 9, 2012 Copyright © 2004-2005 NameOfTheOrganization. All rights reserved.
  • [Title of the course] Oct 9, 2012 Copyright © 2004-2005 NameOfTheOrganization. All rights reserved.
  • [Title of the course] Oct 9, 2012 Copyright © 2004-2005 NameOfTheOrganization. All rights reserved.
  • [Title of the course] Oct 9, 2012 Copyright © 2004-2005 NameOfTheOrganization. All rights reserved.
  • [Title of the course] Oct 9, 2012 Copyright © 2004-2005 NameOfTheOrganization. All rights reserved.
  • Pil revolution eng

    1. 1. EVOLUTION VS REVOLUTIONPrievara Tiborwww.tanarblog.hutanarblog@gmail.com
    2. 2. What is it we expect from school? Should get accepted to … Prepare for ‘Life’ Students not overstressed Earn a decent living Find out what talent there is
    3. 3. Just a few questions … I use ICT tools in my classes. I use ICT tools for preparing for classes. I would need more tools, hardware etc. to use ICT. Students know a lot more about computers. ICT is not really useful in what I’m teaching. School in Finland is fun for students. I use ICT as an add-on in my classes. I feel I am a 21st century teacher!! 
    4. 4. What do the visionaries say? We need a vision!  Let’s see how a guru talks about this!- Linearity (conveyor belt)- Success?- Organic development- Revolution NOT EvolutionVision 1: http://bit.ly/Jm59KDVision 2: http://bit.ly/Kh1Czn
    5. 5. 21st century skills NOT evolution, revolution (courage to change) Self-regulation, collaboration, knowledge-building, real-life problems, ICT Individual learning paths NOT one size fits all, different contexts w/ different solutions Self-regulation, new forms of assessment Learner autonomy(flipped classroom) gamification
    6. 6. Step-by-step 21st century teaching Virtual classroom Extended classroom Individual learning paths Continuous assessment ICT integral to the process Gamification Differentiated instruction
    7. 7. In practice? What about ICT? Differentiated instruction: Skydrive Feedback: Virtual classrooms, OneNote Lesson planning: 21st century skills Collaboration: Google Docs, Ning, Titanpad, etc. Assessment: gamification
    8. 8. Gamification – (mis)conceptions Gaming in the lesson? It’s only for serious gamers You need computers 24/7! The whole lesson is but a great game! Instant intrinsic motivation
    9. 9. That is to say… Gamification – but not as magic ICT attitudes vs. practice ICT without ICT Not just a bit different … it’s a whole new world Different solutions for different contexts.
    10. 10. All’s well that ends well … wellThank you for bearing with me!Prievara TiborMadách Imre GimnáziumTanárBlogprievarat@gmail.com

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