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Teaching English to Digital Natives

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Anne Scheer

on 5 September 2012

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Transcript of Teaching English to Digital Natives

Always-on Lifestyle
VS
Offline Learning
Vygotsky and the socio-constructivist classroom
Theory
Edmodo and Google Docs
Linking Theory to Practice
Collaborative reading and writing
The Project
10PS and 12CG feedback
Results
Conclusions
The face of 21st century education?
Outlook
Teaching English to Digital Natives
Harnessing the power of
social
networks and ICT
Anne Catherine Scheer
98%
of households with children or young adults are connected to the Internet (STATEC, Feb 2011)
Topic
Information
Gossip
Opinion
Multi-directional
communication
access
share
interact
create
Teacher
Student
Student
Student
Teacher-centred classroom
Model of knowledge transfer
Limited exchange
Learner-centred
Multi-directional communication
Scaffolding
Collaboration
Peer-assessment

virtual "home base"

communication hub

digital workspace:
* polls, quizzes, gradebook, ...
Collaborative workspace:
* jointly write and edit
* comment and chat
Edmodo
Google documents
Google forms
Questionnaires
86%
would use Google Docs again

86%
think Google Docs is a good collaboration tool
82%
would use Google Docs again

91%
think Google Docs is a good collaboration tool
10PS
12CG
collaboration experienced as positive
peer-assessment culture fostered
increased learner autonomy
supportive, inclusive, differentiated
scaffolding gradually removable
contribute to a collaborative, supportive community of practitioners
use "digital wisdom" to enhance students' learning experience; not technology for technology's sake
blended learning open to
change
Thank you!
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