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Technology for collaboration in Primary Languages

  1. 1. Using technology for collaboration. Lisa Stevens @lisibo
  2. 2. Image by Orin Zebest Under CC license
  3. 3. Popplet
  4. 4. Ideas for… oIn class collaboration oNational and international cooperation oSharing with the wider world oEngaging parents oProfessional collaboration oStorage oChoices oAssessment
  5. 5. MPLC 20 ways to use TodaysMeet
  6. 6. Padlet
  7. 7. Tweeting in education? ✖Is there a place for it? ✖What is that place? ✖How can we manage it?
  8. 8. Twitter in the classroom
  9. 9. Twitter ideas ✖ask questions ✖share work ✖celebrate what’s going on ✖get feedback from outside ✖talk to the other side of the world
  10. 10. Languages in Primary Schools #mfltwitterati
  11. 11. FUTURELEARN RadioLinguaNetwork
  12. 12. ClassTools Tools for Educators
  13. 13. Making links
  14. 14. Skype ✖Vikki Bruff - “eTwinning toute l’année”
  15. 15. Morfo Booth + Aurasma
  16. 16. https://www.g odles
  17. 17. PicCollage PicCollage
  18. 18. http://recordmp3online.comEmbed sound! Voice Record Pro
  19. 19. Tellagami YakitKids SockPuppets Puppet Pals
  20. 20. Adobe Spark Video
  21. 21. Book Creator https://bookcreator. com/2017/08/book- creator-chrome- goes-live/ Now you can read them online too!
  22. 22. Tiny tap to make a soundscape . Use PicCollage to make a poster Use Yakitkids or MorfoBooth to practice speaking Tell a story using AdobeVoice Collate in Book Creator
  23. 23. Student driven digital portfolios “an appropriate Facebook for kids” Learn More A paperless classroom. Sharing documents, collecting work, managing your class.
  25. 25. QR Codes
  26. 26. QR Codes
  27. 27. Creating QR codes: with image Using QR codes
  28. 28. Classtools DecideNow
  29. 29. Duolingo Memrise
  30. 30. ✖Storybird
  31. 31. Twitter - @lisibo Lisa Stevens Ltd
  32. 32. More ideas -

Editor's Notes

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  • EUROPEAN SCHOOLNET AND Cambridge research stats the impact of eTwinning projects
    Increased motivation, as students have an audience for their work.
    Literacy and communication skills increase as students collaborate with students from other countries.
    Professional development opportunities are vast – they can take place online or on 2-3 workshops in a different country.
    Teachers up-skill, using new tools and learning from their colleagues in over 40 countries across Europe and further afield.
    Lots of accreditation opportunities, including a foundation level International School Award as soon as you register an eTwinning project.
    You can use the platform to find partners interested in starting a funded Erasmus+ project.
  • Using Google Doodles as a way to collaborate – idea for etwinning
  • Vocaroo – short term solution to QR code NB only stored for short period.
    iPadio – app to make QR codes
  • sharing and storing
  • QR code treasure hunt
    QR code finding out things
    non fiction texts v impt - boys particularly love them and not enough in school
    look at planets book; technology book - short texts, familiar subjects