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The Plinko Principle

This session will present a battery of tools (Prezi, Twitter, Dropbox and others) that lend themselves to non-linear applications in the language classroom, allowing for more flexible, open learning environments.
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LRC @ UTK

on 23 June 2010

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Transcript of The Plinko Principle

Kablam A few other tools you want to add that I forgot: Variations on the Music Genome Project Prezi makes your classes Quincunx? What on earth does this have to do with teaching languages? It's easy to make non-linear presentations!
students create their own learning paths
assessment is problem- or task-based, collaborative ...and don't forget:
there are a lot of
non-linear applications
to explore! be on the
lookout for
new ideas! The 'Plinko' Principle: Technology-Based Tools to Help Teachers Foster a Non-Linear Classroom Environment Douglas Canfield Backchannel Nonlinear Content Instructional Elasticity Music Once i wanted to use this
video in class to broach
what I thought were important
topics that would interest my
students. The version of the video
I had was from M6, with scrolling
SMS at the bottom... of course, my students seemed
tepid about the video, but were
INSANELY interested in the
nuances of the SMS messages,
particularly how the French used
a number to say where they
were from. I had a mini-lesson on that...in my office! See Doug run...to his
office! PSSSST..... If you don't have Dropbox yet, I am inviting you to get it! You won't regret it...in fact, let me give you this link to register and download Dropbox: http://tinyurl.com/dropboxwithdoug . Once you register and download Dropbox, we'll both get 250MB of extraspace! steer class in meaningful directions
copy of student reaction to content
questions to pursue outside of class Blended Realities MUVEs Project Natal Wow There is a fine line between recognizing and valuing informal learning and changing its nature with structure and attention http://listen.grooveshark.com/ http://www.last.fm/ ??? http://www.pandora.com/ Informal learning is the way it sounds..however, the way it seems from the outside does not mean that it is unplanned on the inside... Mashups useful if you have FERPA worrywarts or luddites http://backnoise.com/ * Thanks to Balázs Turai for an AWESOME template! We treat our students like a contestant playing PLINKO on THE PRICE IS RIGHT A successful "student" after a "pedagogical intervention" A "model student" So whyyyyy don't you use it?
...
Buyyyyy time don't lose it Is this a mashup? Assessment The "Walgreens" worldview a "real" worldview Gee on Games
as Assessment If this is how your students study for a test,what are you doing wrong? Digital Storytelling:
http://prezi.com/hqbamtoko6my/ Virtual tourist with Google Earth: http://www.twitter.com other ideas?? which metaphor looks more like your classes? Non-linear learning, informal learning is NOT unstructured learning, just structured differently, polystructural ? http://www.google.com/intl/en/options/
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