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 understand the reasons behind
using technology in the classroom
 be aware of some theories
surrounding technology in th...
https://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/I2dpmwN35lV9QYq
• SAMR model
Using an online word
processor
Electronically sharing
the page with a
classmate
S/Ts can collaborate in
one d...
But…
• SAMR encourages use of technology at
redefinition level.
• You, the professional, know what is best
for your studen...
• technology and pedagogy…
• TPACK model
http://tpack.org
Reproduced by permission of the publisher, © 2012 by tpack.org
Technology
• …is used to improve educational
outcomes
• …helps students to develop transferable
skills and become more inq...
Animoto
• free
• video/presentation
• share
• add music
AudioBoo
• create sound files
• mobile app
Blogs
• free
• share thoughts
• read other’s ideas
• find out about good practice
• collect them in one place through
usin...
ClassDojo
• free
• behaviour management system
• pupils can earn points and lose points
• accessible via desktop or mobile...
Dropbox
• free
• share folders with groups/individuals
• the more people you invite, the more space
you have
• MFL Twitter...
Diigo & Delicious bookmarks
• free
• bookmarking online
• can share and follow lists
• have created an MFL revision list f...
Edmodo – class platform
• free
• create class groups for pupils
• communicate with teacher or pupils
• looks like Facebook...
Flipped learning
• create learning materials to be accessed
from home
• lesson time is spent going deeper into the
content...
Google
• searching specifically using filetype: doc/ppt
etc
• Google apps –videos, maps, drive, mail, classroom
Glogster
•...
HotPotatoes
• free
• make different types of games
• can publish on blog or website eg.
languagesonline.org.uk
• examples ...
iPad, iTunes, iPod, iPhone
• phenomenal apps – favourites include
wordreference, linguascope, cartoon makers,
voice record...
Jing
• share and create screencasts, images and
videos
• collaborate
• free
• snagit and camtasia are run by the same
peop...
Kerboodle
• electronic resources linked to AQA Nelson
Thornes text books, subscription only (Now
OUP)
• KS3-5
• audio visu...
Kahoot
• instant response system > quiz tool
• uses any device and a website (not an app)
• engaging and motivating
• Teac...
• language resources sites
• languagesresources
• languagesonline
• linguascope
• atantot
• Lightbulb languages
• TES reso...
my Languages Online
• department for Education
• games and activities
• scoreboard
• free
News
• authentic materials
• can change language
• includes videos and transcripts
• other news sites eg El País, 20 minut...
Oye, Zut, Gut, Zut Jnr
• free after 4pm, minimal cost
• games and interactive exercises
Prezi
• make presentations
• linear, non-linear
• zooms in and out
• can add images, videos and hyperlinks
Padlet
• put virtual post-its on a wall
• great for feedback or collecting ideas
• MFL collection of reading and listening...
Pinterest
• collect ideas which are pinned on a board
• find useful
articles/posters/infographics/cultural info
• categori...
Quizlet
• vocabulary learning
• can create own quizzes and classes
• can monitor who is playing/accessing
• can add pre-ex...
Routes Into Languages
• useful promotional resources
• careers information
• MFL events locally and nationally
• spelling ...
Storybird
• make and tell stories
• great for younger students
• MFL storybird wiki
Socrative
• test and immediate response system
• pupils login via a code (no sign up
required)
• answer a series of questi...
Twitter
• follow other educators and linguists
• tweet and share ideas
• best CPD around!
• @spanishsam
• protect your twe...
Triptico
• free to download to a computer
• timers, quizzes and other games
• fun, engaging
Voki
• create avatars that speak
• add voice by typing or uploading a sound file
• make the character look however you want
Word clouds : Wordle, ImageChef, Tagxedo
• see blog post on different ways to use them
in the classroom
Xtranormal
• free basic plan
• create videos and add voice
YouTube
• authentic materials
• music, film
• grammar help
• share with the world
• alternatives: TeacherTube, TES
video,t...
Zondle
• games
• teachers can make and share pre-made games
• all topics
• free
Padlet
• http://padlet.com/samantha_broom/uoc
15
• Go to the URL above
• Give some feedback on today´s session
and what yo...
Something to try today
• sign up to twitter (and follow me,
@spanishsam)
• start your own blog with what you have
learnt t...
Sign up to Quizlet using a username
that you would be happy for students to
see (mine is MrsBroom)
Browse through some o...
UoC ict presentation jan 2015
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  1. 1.  understand the reasons behind using technology in the classroom  be aware of some theories surrounding technology in the classroom  know different tools that you could start to use in your practice
  2. 2. https://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/I2dpmwN35lV9QYq
  3. 3. • SAMR model Using an online word processor Electronically sharing the page with a classmate S/Ts can collaborate in one doc/use comments feature Connecting to another classroom, use the extra features eg chat
  4. 4. But… • SAMR encourages use of technology at redefinition level. • You, the professional, know what is best for your students • Sound pedagogical thinking should guide what technology you are going to use • Let the pedagogy guide you NOT the technology
  5. 5. • technology and pedagogy…
  6. 6. • TPACK model http://tpack.org Reproduced by permission of the publisher, © 2012 by tpack.org
  7. 7. Technology • …is used to improve educational outcomes • …helps students to develop transferable skills and become more inquisitive • …increases opportunities for both independent work and collaboration… • ..motivates and enthuses http://media.education.gov.uk/assets/files/doc/e/using%20technology%20to%20improv e%20teaching%20and%20learning%20in%20secondary%20schools.doc
  8. 8. Animoto • free • video/presentation • share • add music AudioBoo • create sound files • mobile app
  9. 9. Blogs • free • share thoughts • read other’s ideas • find out about good practice • collect them in one place through using RSS feeds ( Feedly) To get you started: My blog James Stubbs Jose Picardo Rachel Smith Clare Seccombe
  10. 10. ClassDojo • free • behaviour management system • pupils can earn points and lose points • accessible via desktop or mobile device • pupil access and pupil avatars
  11. 11. Dropbox • free • share folders with groups/individuals • the more people you invite, the more space you have • MFL Twitterati folders (Spanish, French, German and general) • Alternatives > OneDrive, GoogleDrive
  12. 12. Diigo & Delicious bookmarks • free • bookmarking online • can share and follow lists • have created an MFL revision list for pupils • reduce bookmarks using tag feature
  13. 13. Edmodo – class platform • free • create class groups for pupils • communicate with teacher or pupils • looks like Facebook • share messages, documents, links, set assignments etc • Alternatives: Google Classroom, Moodle, VLE
  14. 14. Flipped learning • create learning materials to be accessed from home • lesson time is spent going deeper into the content, allowing the teacher to check the level of learning www.languagesresources.wordpress.com – see for more info
  15. 15. Google • searching specifically using filetype: doc/ppt etc • Google apps –videos, maps, drive, mail, classroom Glogster • make interactive posters • educational accounts available
  16. 16. HotPotatoes • free • make different types of games • can publish on blog or website eg. languagesonline.org.uk • examples on my site
  17. 17. iPad, iTunes, iPod, iPhone • phenomenal apps – favourites include wordreference, linguascope, cartoon makers, voice recorders • GCSE material made by teachers for free in iTunes
  18. 18. Jing • share and create screencasts, images and videos • collaborate • free • snagit and camtasia are run by the same people that do more detailed things
  19. 19. Kerboodle • electronic resources linked to AQA Nelson Thornes text books, subscription only (Now OUP) • KS3-5 • audio visual, soundfiles, downloadable worksheets, supports and supplements the textbook • eBook with links to Kerboodle files
  20. 20. Kahoot • instant response system > quiz tool • uses any device and a website (not an app) • engaging and motivating • Teacher can download responses at the end to check responses
  21. 21. • language resources sites • languagesresources • languagesonline • linguascope • atantot • Lightbulb languages • TES resource bank • lingt
  22. 22. my Languages Online • department for Education • games and activities • scoreboard • free
  23. 23. News • authentic materials • can change language • includes videos and transcripts • other news sites eg El País, 20 minutes • authentic websites offer a wealth of material
  24. 24. Oye, Zut, Gut, Zut Jnr • free after 4pm, minimal cost • games and interactive exercises
  25. 25. Prezi • make presentations • linear, non-linear • zooms in and out • can add images, videos and hyperlinks
  26. 26. Padlet • put virtual post-its on a wall • great for feedback or collecting ideas • MFL collection of reading and listening tips for the GCSE exam • LinoIt is an alternative
  27. 27. Pinterest • collect ideas which are pinned on a board • find useful articles/posters/infographics/cultural info • categorise • share with others • search others’ • @spanishsam or look at who I follow eg @lisibo
  28. 28. Quizlet • vocabulary learning • can create own quizzes and classes • can monitor who is playing/accessing • can add pre-existing lists to your classes
  29. 29. Routes Into Languages • useful promotional resources • careers information • MFL events locally and nationally • spelling bee, film courses etc • supported by local universities
  30. 30. Storybird • make and tell stories • great for younger students • MFL storybird wiki
  31. 31. Socrative • test and immediate response system • pupils login via a code (no sign up required) • answer a series of questions • system logs responses and teacher can download
  32. 32. Twitter • follow other educators and linguists • tweet and share ideas • best CPD around! • @spanishsam • protect your tweets?
  33. 33. Triptico • free to download to a computer • timers, quizzes and other games • fun, engaging
  34. 34. Voki • create avatars that speak • add voice by typing or uploading a sound file • make the character look however you want
  35. 35. Word clouds : Wordle, ImageChef, Tagxedo • see blog post on different ways to use them in the classroom
  36. 36. Xtranormal • free basic plan • create videos and add voice
  37. 37. YouTube • authentic materials • music, film • grammar help • share with the world • alternatives: TeacherTube, TES video,teachersmedia.co.uk • download videos using Zamzar
  38. 38. Zondle • games • teachers can make and share pre-made games • all topics • free
  39. 39. Padlet • http://padlet.com/samantha_broom/uoc 15 • Go to the URL above • Give some feedback on today´s session and what you plan to do next • Double click anywhere to post something
  40. 40. Something to try today • sign up to twitter (and follow me, @spanishsam) • start your own blog with what you have learnt today • play some games on Zondle, MYLO, languagesonline or Oye/Zut/Gut • Make your own animated video using animoto or xtranormal • create a storybird
  41. 41. Sign up to Quizlet using a username that you would be happy for students to see (mine is MrsBroom) Browse through some of the vocab lists that already exist – maybe look at mine! Try to make a vocab list of your own Can you create a class? How would you have pupils find your vocabulary list?

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