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Premium member Presentation Transcript Making The Most Of Web-Based Teaching Tools: Making The Most Of Web-Based Teaching Tools Pragmatic issues and concernsTechnology – love it or hate it: Technology – love it or hate it: Watch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8P7u-BhLW7cusefulness: usefulnessease of use: ease of usemisuse: misuseThe usefulness of technology is about…: The usefulness of technology is about… much more than how many bells and whistles we can add to the classroom. It’s about… em power ing the learner. en courag ing students to see learning means more than rote memorization. ex plor ing and re aliz ing multiple pathways to knowledge. (Armstrong and Yetter-Vassot , 19 94 ) m uch more than how many bells and whistles we can add to the classroom. It’s about… empowering the learner. encouraging students to see learning means more than rote memorization. exploring and realizing multiple pathways to knowledge. (Armstrong and Yetter-Vassot , 1994)The misuse of technology often stems from the fact that…: The misuse of technology often stems from the fact that… innovation is inhibited by dominant cultural beliefs about teaching, learning, and the nature of knowledge and about the way schools are organized for instruction. (Cuban, 1993)The goalposts keep moving: The goalposts keep movingA principled approach…: A principled approach… A cceptability : students willing to use it C ost : value for money U sefulness : reinforce learning objectives T ime : quick to adapt and apply in practice E ase of use : intuitive to learn and do A cceptability: students willing to use it C ost: value for money U sefulness: reinforce learning objectives T ime: quick to adapt and apply in practice E ase of use: intuitive to learn and doStudents have their say…: Students have their say…Effectiveness in terms of your own learning…: Effectiveness in terms of your own learning…Social networking: Social networking Applying the technology of the day to add relevance to learningNorth Cyprus: Year 7 (aged 13-14): North Cyprus: Year 7 (aged 13-14) How long have you had a FACEBOOK account?North Cyprus: Year 7 (aged 13-14): North Cyprus: Year 7 (aged 13-14) How often do you use your mobile phone to access 0.facebook.com?To friend or not to friend…: To friend or not to friend…Social media: students as consumers: Social media: students as consumersMy YouTube channel: My YouTube channelGOOGLE library: GOOGLE libraryAuthorstream: AuthorstreamSocial constructivism: Social constructivismThe land of digital immigrants: The land of digital immigrantsMOODLE: MOODLESlide 35: Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuffDIIGO: DIIGOGOOGLE Sites: GOOGLE SitesTechnology I don’t use: Technology I don’t useInteractive whiteboard: Interactive whiteboard http://www.ideapaint.com/blog/bid/48162/IdeaPaint-vs-Traditional-WhiteboardsA brave new world?: A brave new world?A digital tapestry: A digital tapestryTools mentioned: Tools mentioned http://facebook.com http://books.google.com/googlebooks/mylibrary/ http://authorstream.com http://youtube.com http://moodle.org http://diigo.com http://sites.google.com http://www.google.com/a/help/intl/en/edu/A few tools to explore: A few tools to explore http://edmodo.com http://www.rcampus.com/ http://voicethread.com http://animoto.com/education http://slideshare.com http://authorstream.com http://www.archive.org/ http://podomatic and http://voxopop.com http://www.apple.com/education/itunes-u/ http://twitter.com and http://visibletweets.comReferences: References Armstrong, K. L. & Yetter-Vassot. C. (1994). ‘Transforming teaching through technology’. Foreign Language Annals, 27/ 4, 475–486 Rego, B. (2009). Teacher's Guide to Using Facebook (Read Fullscreen). Scribd . Retrieved April 10, 2011, from http://www.scribd.com/doc/16957158/Teachers-Guide-to-Using-Facebook-Read-Fullscreen Cuban, L. (1993). Computers Meet Classroom: Classroom Wins. Teachers College Record 95/ 2, pp. 185-210. Retrieved from http://sdexter.net/xyz/CompMeets%20Classroom.pdf Poitras, G. (n.d.). Notes on Luddites and Neo-luddites. Retrieved from http://www.sfu.ca/~poitras/luddites.pdfImages: Images http://www.threedonia.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/ostrich-head-in-sand-sign.gif [ ostrtich ] http://www.glimakrausa.com/images/tapestry-line-draw.jpg [loom] http://www.flora.ca/gavel.jpg [ Mikey mouse smashing a computer] http://blaugh.com/cartoons/060901_kindergarten_wifi.gif [first day of school, no wifi ] http://images.cloud.worthpoint.com/wpimages/images/images1/1/0410/05/1_176c221dacb266620b28a8bb878c726f.jpg [wall phone] http://mos.futurenet.com/techradar/Review%20images/MacFormat/MAC%20228/MAC228.show_feat.ipad_classroom083_1-420-90.jpg [ iPads in classrooms] http://www.fountainmagazine.com/images/sub/48/48_42.jpg [constructivism] http://etcjournal.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/audiovideo.jpg [microphone] http://www.effectiveict.co.uk/file.php/20/moodle_nw_access.jpg [ moodle ]Postscript: aspirations of a teacher-in-training: Postscript: aspirations of a teacher-in-training On the following slide you will see a comment from a discussion in one of our Facebook groups from a teacher-in-training about to graduate and look for a job teaching. Note that the desire to use Web2.0 tools isn’t technology-driven. It’s based on providing the best learning experience possible in and outside the class.A teacher-in-training writes about using Facebook in teaching:: A teacher-in-training writes about using Facebook in teaching: I hope that I can have this experience because i really want to use such [Web2.0] tools if i will be a teacher. Because I had difficulties of not doing exercises in classrooms hocam . When i was in high school, we, as all students, wanted teacher to do some practise to understand the subject better, but our teacher responded as we didn't have time to do so as he needed to catch up the syllabus. Therefore, i don't want my students to encounter such problems. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.