Presentation given by independent technology and languages consultant, Joe Dale at Eurocall 2011 at Nottingham University on 2nd September 2011
Text of New tools new opportunities personal learning network
1. New Tools, New Opportunities, Personal Learning Networks Eurocall, Nottingham 2nd September 2011 www.joedale.typepad.com [email_address]
3. Accessing higher order thinking skills
5. The networked teacher
6. Personal Learning Networks?
8. Coming to terms with Twitter What started as a few language teachers 'tweeting' about what they were doing has become well over 100 from around the world. It's quite hard to comprehend having a virtual staffroom of that many people with good ideas and opinions. It has led to teacherspublicisingarticles on their blogs which ordinarily I wouldn't have seen, I find out about events for professional development that I wouldn't have known about, and it has, without doubt put me into contact with some very influential educationalists who have taken time to give me guidance and advice. Coming to terms with Twitter - Alex Blagona April 2010
10. Making lists http://twitter.com/joedale/mfl-twitterers http://twitter.com//joedale/wl-twitterers
11. Organising your PLN http://www.tweetdeck.com
12. Hello Tweeple!
13. MFL Flashmeeting
14. TES Flash Forward April 2010
15. MFL Times
16. MFL Show and Tell
17. ICT Links into Languages Conference
18. Two Stars and a Wish Purpose, audience and content one-click publishing Real communication Assessment for learning Secure environment Promote global citizenship Pupil voice Celebrate your pupils work Feedback Comments
19. The educational value of podcasting
pupils or staff can listen when and where they want, at their own pace, in a relaxed environment
the process of recording and editing can deepen pupils' understanding of key concepts
pupils can listen as many times as is necessary for them to embed ideas
pupils can have opportunities for pupil voice, peer assessment and collaborative work
scripting and producing can facilitate pupils accessing higher order thinking skills
20. From 11% - 50% in two years!
21. Learning languages with one stop animation
22. MFL edapps
23. MFL Digital Stories
24. MFL Storybirds
25. One in three overwhelmed by technology
Britons overwhelmingly viewed new technology such as mobile phones and social networks as a positive thing
38 per cent of 10-14 year olds felt that too much of it could be upsetting
34 per cent of 25-34 year olds reported feeling similarly.
Young people, however, did not say that they favoured digital communication over face-to-face.
65 per cent of adults said they preferred communicating in person, the same was also true for 64 per cent of children.
27. New Tools, New Opportunities, Personal Learning Networks Eurocall, Nottingham 2nd September 2011 www.joedale.typepad.com [email_address]