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Teaching and Learning With New Technologies
Transcript of Teaching and Learning With New Technologies
Schools are using IWB's to record lessons. They host the video online (eg YouTube) and add a QR code to a homework sheet so students can go over the lesson at home.
Interactive White Boards
Link physical objects (posters, books, hand-outs) to the digital world (web, video, audio).
They are read by smartphones and tablets with a camera and a free software app (eg Beetag, Kaywa, Quickmark, QRDroid) which decode its embedded information.
What about a Periodic Table of QR codes for a classroom? Each QR code takes you to a video about the appropriate element.
On Demand Information
Attach QR Codes to an auto workshop wall. Students scan them to play a video that shows safety procedures.
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Join together in teams
Find the QR Codes hidden in the room
Decode each with a QR Reader app
Answer the questions on the sheet
Bring to a supervisor when completed
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(targeting cognitive skill development)
(integrating technology into your classroom)
Handwritten story on paper
Plan ICT lessons with high levels of Bloom's and SAMR.
Create a video to help students understand a topic or aspects that they may struggle with
Set video assignments for students to communicate their understanding of a topic
An online noticeboard used for making announcements, keeping notes and online brainstorming
- a game-based classroom response system
A fun learning game.
Best done in the classroom.
Students answer on their own computers or phones.
Games are displayed on a shared screen encouraging players to look up.
Let's try it!
Teaching and Learning in Schools is Changing
Changes in the way we teach students and the way they learn are being triggered by:
changes in society
What are some of the changes?
Flipping the Classroom
The Flipped Classroom
Teachers provide videos, readings, learning objects, quizzes which students work on before coming to school
Classroom time is spent on application of the content
View and download
Long Division - Christine Munafo's Flipped Classroom - 4th Grade STEM
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Katie Gimbar: Why I Flipped My Classroom
Teaching and learning that combines classroom teaching with ICT.
Source: — Dziuban, Hartman and Moskal (Educause 2004)
Maths, Algebra , Equations
Walk and Don't Talk .......
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Teaching and Learning with ICT
University of South Australia
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How do you and your students use ICT in your school?
Moodle is an online learning platform designed to support both teaching and learning
new teaching and learning technologies