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Полезные ресурсы — 8 Tasks To Teach Yourself To Teach With Technology

Полтора года назад, в рамках повышения собственной компьютерной грамотности, я добавила себе в закладки статью Nik Peachey «5 tasks to teach yourself to teach with technology». Добавила — и напрочь про нее забыла. И совершенно напрасно, т.к. статья эта может оказаться  весьма полезна для тех, кто интересуется применением новых технологий в образовании.

Вот ее текст:

With the holiday season coming for many of us, we can actually find some time to concentrate on developing our own skills, so that's what I have been doing. I decided to write this series of tasks to help teachers upgrade their own skills and develop the kinds of literacies and resources that I believe are becoming essential for teachers and students all round the world.

These are the first five of what i hope will be a longer series.

Task 1: Create your learning journal
So here goes. The first task is based around Penzu and you can download the task or read it on Scribd. In this task you'll create an online journal that you can use to reflect on the other tasks you'll be doing, so you should do this one first.

Task 2: Create online storage for your teaching images
In this task you will create a Flickr photo sharing channel. You'll need to do this to enable you to best do some of the later tasks as they come up, but having your own store of images online that you can use for various teaching purposes is always really handy.

Task 3: Create an online speaking activity
In this task you'll learn how to create an online speaking activity using VoiceThread. So if you have never done that before try the task and see how your students like the activity you create.

Task 4: Create a blog with a video activity for your students
In this task you'll create a simple blog and use it to make a video based activity for your students. Many of you may already have your own blog, but it's a good idea to have a separate one that you can use to experiment with and create activities for students. Once you have created the blog you'll be using it for other tasks as you work through them.

Task 5: Create digital books with illustrations
In this task you will create a digital image book based around a short text. Once you have created the book you will embed it into the blog you created in the previous task.

I hope you find these tasks and the materials they help you to create useful.

Оригинал статьи с ссылками на задания и материалами для скачивания здесь:

Попробую все 5 заданий в ближайшее время выполнить. Хотя нет, мне нужно будет выполнить всего 4, т.к. Penzu я недавно освоила.

Существует продолжение статьи , «3 more tasks to teach yourself to teach with technology»:

At the end of 2010 I published the first 5 tasks in a series to help teacher learn how to use technology with their students. Now I would like to add 3 more tasks to that collection. The first few tasks are all quite simple to lay the ground work and get teachers started. As the series progresses I hope to get on to more adventurous tasks. Please feel free to use these tasks yourself or to share or use them for teacher training.

Task 6: Creating a video review activity
In this task you’ll learn how to create a film trailer review activity using film trailers from YouTube and an online notice board called Wallwisher. Here’s an example to look at before you start: http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/nikstrailers

Wallwisher is a really useful tool for giving students a semi restricted choice of online videos or links to other resources from around the Internet.

Task 7: Creating screenshots using Jing
Jing is a really useful free tool that allows you to create and annotate images grabbed from the screen of your computer.

This can be really useful for creating instruction sheets like the ones used in this series and helps you to grab images to add into websites or other documents.

 Task 8: Create your own YouTube channel
Video has become one of the most useful resources on the Internet for language teachers. There are a great many video sharing websites on the Internet, but YouTube is by far the biggest.

In this task you will create your own YouTube channel. It’s very useful to have your own channel even if you never create your own videos. It enable you to subscribe to other channels, share videos with groups of your students and even annotate and add subtitles to videos. We’ll be doing all those things in future tasks, but in this task you will create your channel and subscribe to some other useful channels.

I hope you find these tasks useful and I hope that you'll soon find some more here.

Оригинал этой статьи  с ссылками на задания и материалами для скачивания здесь:

И это все я тоже хочу освоить :-). Вообще, мне очень понравилось, как характеризует свой род деятельности автор статей —  Freelance learning technology consultant. Вот примерно им я бы и хотела стать со временем. Почему бы и нет? В России все эти электронные штуки в образовании — непаханое поле.

 


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  1. Анна пишет:

    Спасибо, очень полезные ссылки. Я тоже попробую все это освоить :-).

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