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Using Technology in ELT

ITI March 23rd 2013
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andrew bosson

on 6 June 2013

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"...move beyond the use of technology for technology's sake towards an integrated, purposeful incorporation of the technology to maximize the potential for meaningful learning." (Jones 2007, p.464) “Most importantly , CALL, will be normalised when computers are treated as always secondary to learning itself, when the needs of learners will be carefully analysed first of all, and then the computer used to serve those needs.” (Bax 2003b, p.24) “Educationalists must be clear about the intended outcomes of the technology used. Curricula should be created that does not confuse technological interactivity with interactive learning” (Cole 2009, p.146) “there is a need to expand our vision of pedagogy so that learners are active participants or co-producers rather than passive consumers of content, and so that learning is a participatory, social process supporting personal life goals and needs.” (Mclaughlin & Lee 2007, p.664) "an ecological approach...focuses in the first instance on local realities. what language and learning mean to local participants in the full contexts of their lives, within but also beyond the classroom" (Tudor 2003, p.9) “central to the grand vision of Pedagogy 2.0, where learners have the freedom to decide how to engage in personally meaningful learning through connection, collaboration and shared knowledge” (McLoughlin & Lee 2007, p.669) - Bax, S 2003b, ‘CALL—past, present and future.’, System, vol.31, p.13-28.

- Cole M. 2009, ‘Using Wiki technology to support student engagement: Lessons from the trenches.’, Computers & Education, Vol. 52, pp.141-146.

- Jones, P 2007, ‘When a wiki is the way: Exploring the use of a wiki in a constructively aligned learning design.’, <http://ascilite.org.au/conferences/singapore07/procs/jones-p.pdf>.

- McLoughlin, C & Lee, M J W 2007, ‘Social software and participatory learning: Extending pedagogical choices with technology affordances in the Web 2.0 era", <http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/singapore07/procs/mcloughlin.pdf>, pp.664-675.

- Tudor, I 2003, ‘Learning to live with complexity: towards an ecological perspective on language teaching.’, System, vol.31, pp.1-12. References the context... Spot the difference http://ronmader.wordpress.com/2012/08/22/technology/ images from http://www.google.com/doodles/douglas-adams-61st-birthday
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