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Creative Tools for Creative Language Teachers. Mohammed Tamimi

This workshop is presented to English supervisors and teachers of English in the North Hebron Directorate of Education. May 5, 2015
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Transcript of Creative Tools for Creative Language Teachers. Mohammed Tamimi

The Agenda for today!
1. Creative Reporting:
The Horizon Report: 2013, 2014, 2015
Your Turn!
Creative Networking: Social Media
Private groups
Invitation by email
Ability to chat, post, comment, ask questions, tag, and upload videos an images.
Teacher can add students, block, and delete comments and posts.
Creative Online Systems/Models
Blended learning: Combining face-to-face and online learning/teaching environments.
....is viewed to be the most important recent advancement in education (Thorne, 2003)
....the best of the two worlds.
http://d2l.arizona.edu
Your Turn
Settings:
Groups of 2-3
15 minutes
Task:

In your group, develop a video/photo video/lesson plan/document/presentation in your discipline using at least one of the technology tools that we discussed today (Google Drive, Prezi, Digital Storytelling, Eyejot, Animoto, VoiceThread, webQuest, Byki)
Presentation
One or two groups should be ready to present to us their work...
.
Creative Tools
Creative Syncing:
Free storage in the Cloud
Dropbox: http://dropbox.com
Drive: http://drive.google.com
Copy: http://copy.com
Today we cannot imagine our lives without Web 2.0 technologies, even though only years ago few people could imagine its relevance to everyday life, much less, academic life (McBride, 2009).
WebQuest:
http://WebQuest.org
Engrade: http://engrade.com
Facebook Groups
Blended Learning/Teaching
Lesson Plans
Online Toolsets:
Course Management Systems
D2L: Desire To Learn: http://d2l.com
http://zunal.com
NiceNet: http://nicenet.org
Moodle2: http://moodle2.org
Creative Tools for Creative Language Teachers:
Hands-on Training on Using Web 2.0 Technology in Education
Directorate of Education-North of Hebron
May 5, 2015 | 11:30-2 | Halhul-Hebron

Eyejot:
The easiest way to send video mails:
http://eyejot.com
Animoto:
Make great videos, easily
http://animoto.com
VoiceThread:
Conversation in the Cloud
http://VoiceThread.com
http://voicethread.com/#q.b908650.i4836718
Digital Storytelling:
Center for digital storytelling. www.storycenter.org
Software to download for windows/PC only: Photo Story 3 for Windows:
http://download.cnet.com/Photo-Story-3-for-Windows/3000-12511_4-10339154.html
BYKI:
Before You Know It - language learning software
http://BYKI.com
iVocab: http://ivocabulary.com
Wordle
Beautiful word clouds
http://wordle.net
Videos | Images | Vocabulary | Voice | Text
http://zunal.com/teacherspage.php?w=120508
https://www.facebook.com/groups/English2.20.PPU.Tamimi/
https://classroom.google.com/welcome
The effect of this shift on technology:
Web 2.0:
Web 2.0 is about revolutionary new ways of
creating,
collaborating,
editing and
sharing
user-generated content online.
It's also about ease of use. There's no need to download, and teachers and students can master many of these tools in minutes.
Technology has never been easier or more accessible to all. (Discovery Education)
Your Turn!
Setting
:
2 people
Time
:
In 5 minutes:
Task:
1. Gmail:
With your partner/neighbor, open a
gmail
account (if you don't have one)
go to one of the tools that we discussed and create something in it:
gmail (send an email to tamimim@ppu.edu)
Google Drive (create a document)
Google Calendar (create an event)
2. iCloud
visit one of the other iCloud storage links and open an account/sign up.
http://dropbox.com
http://copy.com
Create something in it
Your Turn!
In 5 minutes:
Open a Facebook account, if you don't have one.
Go to 'Create Group' and create one.
Add one of your friends to the group to start the group.
You are now on your own :)
The Horizon Report
A decade-long research project designed to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have an impact on learning, teaching, and creative inquiry in higher education
Six emerging technologies identified.
Near-term horizon (next 12 months)
1. MOOCs (massively Open Online Courses): http://www.mooc-list.com/categories/education
2. Tablet Computing
Mid-term horizon (2-3 years):
3. Games and Gamification
4. Learning Analytics
Long-term horizon (3-5 years:
5. 3D Printing
6. Wearable technology
6.1. Google Glass Project Technology
6.2. Smart watch/Google Watch
Horizon Report 2014
http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2014-nmc-horizon-report-he-EN.pdf
4. Creative Tooling:
Videos, Images, Vocabulary:
Eyejot
Animoto
VoiceThread
Storytelling
BYKI
IVocabulary
Wordle.
Your Turn!
6. Creative Online Systems/Models:
Blended Learning
Lesson Plans
Online Toolsets
Your Turn!

3. Creative Networking: Social Media:
Facebook Groups
Your Turn!
2. Creative Googling & Syncing:
Googling:
Gmail
Google Calendar
Google Drive
Google Doc
Google Sheet
Google Slide
Other Syncing tools
Free storage in the Cloud:
Dropbox, Copy, etc.
Your Turn!
5. Creative Presenting
Creative Tools for Creative Teachers
Creative Googling & Syncing
Gmail
Google Calendar
Google Drive
Google Doc
Google Sheet
Google Slide
Other Syncing tools
Free storage in the Cloud:
Dropbox, Drive, Copy
https://www.facebook.com/groups/407265739436860/
http://facebook.com
Creative Presenting
Prezi
PREZI
http://www.knovio.com/
http://www.powtoon.com/
www.prezi.com
Thank you :)
http://zunal.com/webquest.php?w=259079
Let's practice it together
Paradigm Shift:

Since the end of the last century, second language learning/acquisition (SLA) research has been experiencing a paradigm shift: it is moving
from a
cognitive
orientation to a
social
orientation,
from
classroom
contexts to
naturalistic
settings,
from an
acquisition
metaphor to a
participation
metaphor,
and from Second/foreign language (L2)
learning
to L2
use


(Block, 2003; Firth & Wagner, 1997; Johnson, 2004).
Creative Reporting
http://knovio.com
http://PowToon.com
http://Prezi.com
Your Turn!
http://voicethread.com/share/6639773/
7. Creative Survying & Quizzing
Survey Monkey
TypeForm
Quizlet
flippity
Creative Surveying & Quizzing
http://SurveyMonkey.com

http://TypeForm.com

http://quizlet.com

http://flippity.net
https://animoto.com/play/1FMWSf0y5rbpSlkRyEESiw
https://animoto.com/play/1FMWSf0y5rbpSlkRyEESiw
https://www.facebook.com/
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