Information & Communication TechnologyandLanguage (Teacher) Education InnovationInvited presentation at Nevsehir Universit...
Overview• ICT developments• Implications for Teacher Education• Focus: Introduction of InteractiveWhiteboards• Use cases f...
MFL methodology, in-service traininge-Projects manager, ICT-Coordinator20052009 / 2013 ICT-e Competences forprospective te...
TELLConsult
Innovation in Teacher Ed. to prepareprofessionals to teach our next generation6
Web 2.5• Discussion lists, blogs, wikis, social networking• Chat rooms & VideoConferencing• Virtual Worlds• Podcasting• So...
Which technologies for which activities?SYNCHRONOUSASYNCHRONOUSPEER TO PEER WEBCASTInstant messengerforumsfoafblogsphotobl...
Open Educational Resources (OER)LINGUA@NET
Simulations for practice andassessment of oral skillsChatterdale
Portfolio & Testing systems
Telecollaboration
Communities of Practice (CoPs)
Personal Learning Network (PLN):Sharing Interests & Resource Finds
TelecollaborationMy project experiences:ICT-Tools, Activity design, Teacher Ed., Research, CoPLanguageQuestE-CLIL3D & MFL:...
Interactive Technologies In Language Teaching:The IWB in the language classroomEU Project – LLP Programme 2011-2013
Supporting Continuous Professional Developmentof VET teachers in the use of InteractiveWhiteboards• EU-Project Leonardo pr...
Classroom technologies. Focus on IWBSeen them being used?
21More info here
Access:IWBs are found across Europe at most levels, withapproximately 100 students to eachIWB at all grades.
Vocational & Grade 4
Fatih project
A literature reviewKoenraad (2008)• More chances for interaction, collaboration anddiscussion, particularly in comparison ...
•  pupils can cope with more complex concepts byactually handling related objects• Handling + concurrent thinking aloud su...
The TPACK model,source:www.tpack.org27Koehler & Mishra (2006)
Technological Pedagogical Knowledge:Knowing how ICT affects subject teachingmethodologiesPedagogical Content Knowledge:Kno...
improbabilitydeconstructivenessinconsistentcyLet’s see how an IWB can help when looking atword formation in EFL
TrainingFree Materials Training Materials
Comenius/Grundtvig Courses
ExploitationJuly, week 29, Spain August, week 33, PortugalCourses offered in 2013 in …. & ….?More info here
Thank you for your attention!Any questions?Ton Koenraadwww.koenraad.infoTELLConsultwww.tellconsult.eu
ICT & Teacher Education Innovation: focus on EU IWB projects iTILT & SMARTVET
ICT & Teacher Education Innovation: focus on EU IWB projects iTILT & SMARTVET
ICT & Teacher Education Innovation: focus on EU IWB projects iTILT & SMARTVET
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

ICT & Teacher Education Innovation: focus on EU IWB projects iTILT & SMARTVET

623 views

Published on

Invited by Nevsehir university Faculty of Education in Turkey to present TELLConsult's experiences with Technology & Language Teacher Education and the results of the EU projects iTILT and SMARTVET as reported at the ISNITE 2013 Symposium in Ankara.

Published in: Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
623
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
5
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
9
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

ICT & Teacher Education Innovation: focus on EU IWB projects iTILT & SMARTVET

  1. 1. Information & Communication TechnologyandLanguage (Teacher) Education InnovationInvited presentation at Nevsehir University, Faculty of EducationTurkey, 2013Ton Koenraad http://www.koenraad.infoSome reflections on developments, challenges and personal experiences
  2. 2. Overview• ICT developments• Implications for Teacher Education• Focus: Introduction of InteractiveWhiteboards• Use cases for Modern Languages• Presentation of related EUprojects
  3. 3. MFL methodology, in-service traininge-Projects manager, ICT-Coordinator20052009 / 2013 ICT-e Competences forprospective teachersHogeschool UtrechtUniversity of AppliedSciences, NLFaculty of Education1990 - 2011
  4. 4. TELLConsult
  5. 5. Innovation in Teacher Ed. to prepareprofessionals to teach our next generation6
  6. 6. Web 2.5• Discussion lists, blogs, wikis, social networking• Chat rooms & VideoConferencing• Virtual Worlds• Podcasting• Social bookmarking• Etc….
  7. 7. Which technologies for which activities?SYNCHRONOUSASYNCHRONOUSPEER TO PEER WEBCASTInstant messengerforumsfoafblogsphotoblogsvlogswikisfolksonomiesConference roomsemail Mailing listsCMSCommunity platformsVoIPwebcampodcastsPLE3D WorldsCredits: B.DieuMUVE
  8. 8. Open Educational Resources (OER)LINGUA@NET
  9. 9. Simulations for practice andassessment of oral skillsChatterdale
  10. 10. Portfolio & Testing systems
  11. 11. Telecollaboration
  12. 12. Communities of Practice (CoPs)
  13. 13. Personal Learning Network (PLN):Sharing Interests & Resource Finds
  14. 14. TelecollaborationMy project experiences:ICT-Tools, Activity design, Teacher Ed., Research, CoPLanguageQuestE-CLIL3D & MFL: ViTAAL, NIFLAR , EUROVERSITYClassroom Tech
  15. 15. Interactive Technologies In Language Teaching:The IWB in the language classroomEU Project – LLP Programme 2011-2013
  16. 16. Supporting Continuous Professional Developmentof VET teachers in the use of InteractiveWhiteboards• EU-Project Leonardo programme 2011-2013
  17. 17. Classroom technologies. Focus on IWBSeen them being used?
  18. 18. 21More info here
  19. 19. Access:IWBs are found across Europe at most levels, withapproximately 100 students to eachIWB at all grades.
  20. 20. Vocational & Grade 4
  21. 21. Fatih project
  22. 22. A literature reviewKoenraad (2008)• More chances for interaction, collaboration anddiscussion, particularly in comparison with otherICT-use.• Attention focus (cinema-effect) enhancesmotivation, also because of improved lessonpace….• - and this better pace offers more opportunitiesfor repetition, more detailed explanation & testpreparation.
  23. 23. •  pupils can cope with more complex concepts byactually handling related objects• Handling + concurrent thinking aloud supportsverbalising thinking and insight development• increased chances for learning style matchesthanks to multi-modal and haptic affordancesKoenraad, A.L.M. (2008c). Interactive Whiteboards in educationalpractice: the research literature reviewed.Downnload: elearningEuropaLit. review (2)
  24. 24. The TPACK model,source:www.tpack.org27Koehler & Mishra (2006)
  25. 25. Technological Pedagogical Knowledge:Knowing how ICT affects subject teachingmethodologiesPedagogical Content Knowledge:Know-how about subject specific pedagogy & methodologiesTechnological Content Knowledge:Realising how ICT influences how subjectmatter can be acquired.
  26. 26. improbabilitydeconstructivenessinconsistentcyLet’s see how an IWB can help when looking atword formation in EFL
  27. 27. TrainingFree Materials Training Materials
  28. 28. Comenius/Grundtvig Courses
  29. 29. ExploitationJuly, week 29, Spain August, week 33, PortugalCourses offered in 2013 in …. & ….?More info here
  30. 30. Thank you for your attention!Any questions?Ton Koenraadwww.koenraad.infoTELLConsultwww.tellconsult.eu

×