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Presentation of our paper 'Approaches and results of two EU projects promoting effective interactive whiteboard use in language and vocational education' at the LKPA Conference 9–10 June 2014, in Vilnius (Lithuania).

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  1. 1. Approaches and results of two EU projects promoting effective interactive whiteboard use in language and vocational education. Ton Koenraad, Serkan Çelik,Angela Higgins, Emily Hillier LPKA Conference, Vilnius, 2014
  2. 2. Presenting the EU projects iTILT and SmartVET Ton Koenraad, TELLConsult 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  3. 3. 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  4. 4. 1990 – 2011 Hogeschool Utrecht, Netherlands University of Applied Sciences Faculty of Education 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  5. 5. 2011 – present: TELLConsult Technology Enhanced Lifelong & Language Learning 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  6. 6. iTILT Interactive Technologies in Language Teaching 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  7. 7. Aim of the iTILT project Helping language teachers make the most of interactive whiteboards • produce effective IWB training materials for language teachers • inform teachers of IWB actual practice based on research • provide a support network for teachers and schools • bring together teachers from all sectors (primary, secondary, vocational, tertiary) of education • encourage the sharing of example lesson plans and resources • promote reflective practice with IWBs 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  8. 8. 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  9. 9. project data summary 7 countries 6 languages website with video examples of IWB-supported classroom practice with additional materials Dutch English French Spanish Turkish Welsh Belgium France Germany Netherlands Spain Turkey UK primary secondary university vocational 4 sectors 44 teachers, 81 films, 267 clips 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  10. 10. 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult Development of the project IWB Training Data Collection Website January 2011 April 2013
  11. 11. The iTILT Training Manual  introduction to IWBs  examples of activities for teaching the various skills & Focus on Form (grammar & vocab)  criteria for the selection and design of IWB-based language teaching materials 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  12. 12. Electronic Flipcharts 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult • description of the activity and steps to be taken by teacher and students activity • aim of the activity • learning goalsaim • explains how the flipchart was designeddesign • potential of the activity in comparison to former methodspotential
  13. 13. Data Collection teacher interviews video stimulated reflection learner reflections group interviews with 4-5 students class filming 2 visits to 6 teachers in 7 partner countries 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  14. 14. Practice Reports as Learning Objects 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  15. 15. Website – Practice Reports Practice reports video clip and short description Teachers’ and students‘ comments teaching resources (e.g. flipchart) 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  16. 16. Practice Reports Database • More than 250 practice reports • 6 languages (EN, CY, FR, ES,TR, NL) • different educational sectors P r a c t i c e R e p o r t s 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  17. 17. 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  18. 18. 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult Search Engine
  19. 19. Supporting Continuous Professional Development of VET teachers in the use of Interactive Whiteboards  EU-Project LeonardoTOI programme 2011-2013 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. SmartVET
  20. 20. Rationale (Kennewell, 2006; Higgins et al., 2007; Koenraad, 2008; Thomas & Cutrim Schmid, 2010) Limited uptake in specific subject areas and educational sectors Teacher skills key in realising added value IWB underused in Irish VET sector 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  21. 21. Aims Research training needs IWB train-the-trainers programme + materials CPD model for IrishVET sector Community of Practice 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  22. 22. The Needs Analysis Research 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  23. 23. Train the Trainer approach 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  24. 24. Training Training Activities Training Materials Training Activities Training Materials 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  25. 25. Results at: www.smartvetproject.eu Training Activities Training Materials Training Activities Training Materials 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  26. 26. Project related research Has the introduction of new classroom technologies led to innovative MFL pedagogical approaches? Cutrim Schmid, E. andWhyte, S. (2012) ‘Interactive whiteboards in state school settings: teacher responses to socio-constructivist hegemonies.’ Language Learning andTechnology, 16(2), pp. 65 – 86. Exploring how teachers use IWB for language teaching: Whyte, S., Beauchamp, G., & Hillier, E. (2012). Perceptions of the IWB for second language teaching and learning: the iTILT project. In L. Bradley & S.Thouësny (Eds.), CALL: Using, Learning, Knowing, EUROCALL Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden, 22-25 August 2012, Proceedings (pp. 320-6). Challenges and opportunities arising during the development of OERs Whyte, S., Cutrim Schmid, E., van Hazebrouck, S., & Oberhofer, M. (2013). Open educational resources for CALL teacher education: the iTILT interactive whiteboard project. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 27 (2), 122-148. 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  27. 27. 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult More References in the paper  Hillier, E., Beauchamp, G., & Whyte, S. (2013).A study of self-efficacy in the use of interactive whiteboards across educational settings: a European perspective from the iTILT project. Educational Futures, 5 (2) http://www.educationstudies.org.uk/materials/emily_hillier_besav3.pdf  Koenraad,A.L.M. (2008). InteractiveWhiteboards in educational practice: the research literature reviewed. http://www.elearningeuropa.info/files/media/media24055.pdf  Koenraad,A.L.M. (2012). Needs analysis research report. EU Project SmartVET. http://www.koenraad.info/publications/my-publications-english  Whyte, S. (2013). Interaction and interactivity in technology-rich second language classrooms: the iTILT project in France.WorldCALL 2013, 11-13 July,  Whyte, S., & Alexander, J. (2013). Learning to Use InteractiveTechnologies for Language Teaching:Video Diaries forTeacher Support in the iTILT Project. Atelier didactique SAES, Dijon, France,18 May.
  28. 28. Erasmus+ grants for EU projects-based International Summercourses 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  29. 29. Summercourse Registration at: www.tellconsult.eu  ICT to promote oral language skills  IWB - in Language Education  Using IWB in Vocational Education Again in 2015. Here in...? 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult
  30. 30. With special thanks to my project partners for re-use of some slides in this presentation 2 EU, IWB projects.Vilnius 2014. TELLConsult

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