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ICT4ELT2019

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Session Title: 

ICT4ELT

 

 

Logo:

 

Abstract:  

Designed by a seasoned team of  long standing EVO moderators and participants, ICT4ELT (Information and Communication Technology for English Language Teachers) is a session for teachers who want to explore how computers and computer technology could be useful in their teaching but do not know where to start.

If you want to liven up your classroom with technology, come and join us!

 


 

Target audience: 

EFL / ESL teachers and educators with little or no experience in teaching with computers and online web 2.0 tools. More experienced teachers and educators are welcome too as they can learn from the session's content and assigned tasks as well as from the participants' discussions. 


 

 

Session objectives: 

At the end of the 5 weeks, participants, collaboratively and hands on, will have...

  • used various synchronous and asynchronous Web tools for learning and teaching EFL/ESL, 
  • interacted through e-mail, text chat, voice chat, voice and video mail, and distribution lists, among others, 
  • created wikis, blogs, podcasts and interactive exercises related to their own contexts, 
  • reflected on ways of applying those tools to their teaching, either online or face-to-face.

 

 

 


 

Syllabus: The session syllabus includes the major focus for each week and at least one activity or task. 


 

 

Week 1: 

 

13-19 Jan. 2019

Getting to know each other and the cyber landscape

In this first week, participants will become familiar with the session wiki, introduce themselves and get to know each other using a Google Classroom. They will post some information about themselves and complete an ice breaking activity using the Google Classroom group. To collect more relevant data about participants, a Google form will be used. In addition to this hands-on approach, participants will also read texts that will help them become successful e-tutors and e-learners. There will be an online session in which moderators will showcase the potential of Google Classroom as a platform for teaching and learning. 

 

 


Week 2:

 

20-26 Jan. 2019

Communication tools and Mobile learning .

In the second week of the session participants will explore audio, video, and chat communication tools. We will also take this opportunity to explore mobile learning connected with these tools. There will be synchronous and asynchronous text chat and voice interactions  held by session moderators with participants throughout the week. Other tools such as Facebook Messenger, Whatsapp, and Instagram will be explored due to  the potential they hold for communication and specifically, mobile learning.  In addition, we will explore Padlet for sharing audio and video messages . There will be an online live session, where participants explore the potential of mobile learning for language teaching. 

 

 


 

Week 3:

 

27 Jan.-2 Feb. 2019

Multimedia and presentation Tools. 

In the third week we will have a look at different tools for processing photos or pictures and creating video-like presentations. We will use Animoto, PhotoPeach, Flickr and Youtube. In addition, a choice of optional multimedia tools for more advanced users will be provided, such as Prezi, Slideshare, or Sway. Participants will use a selection of tried and tested multimedia tools. They will be able to make their multimedia creations visible online through blogs or wikis and share them with other participants. 

 


 

Week 4:

 

3-9 Feb. 2019

Interactive assessment tools.

Participants will learn how to create their own interactive exercises and quizzes for the classroom and make them visible online.  They will share their creations in their blogs or wikis as well as in our Google Classroom.They will explore Edmodo and learn about quizzes and polls created there. 

 

 

 


 

Week 5: 

 

10-17 Feb. 2019

Cooperating online & wrap-up. 

During the last week, participants will have an opportunity to reflect on how they may use the tools they have seen during these weeks in their classrooms. They are also invited to share contact information in order to find future partners and develop collaborative projects between classes.  There will be a live session where participants become familiar with Webheads In Action (WIA) and how to share post-ICT4ELT work. By the end of this final week, participants will share their reflections on ICT4ELT, complete the EVO final survey and join the live "Graduation ceremony". Participants will be invited to join the WIA community of practice.

 

 

 


 

Media: 

 

Other technology tools:

 

Skype, Twitter, Backchannel Chat, Google tools and so much more.

 

Sponsors

 

CARNET, (Croatian Academic and Research Network) 

 

To join this group:

 

From January 8 :

 

Follow the instructions below 

  1. Go to: https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MjYwMDIyODY5NzVa 
  2. Click  on the + sign and then "Join class"
  3. Enter the code  7ft0fgv

To explore the content for the session, visit

  1. Our wiki: http://ict4elt2019.pbworks.com 

 

 

Incidentally, we specify that we will only accept join requests that appear to emanate from people who are not trying to hide their real identities. That is, we accept requests where the names appear to link to identifiable people who could be potential colleagues as opposed to gamers apparently using pseudonyms. As we are a community of practice interested in assisting each other in using ICT4ELT tools creatively and constructively with students, we typically reject the latter.

 

If you are a bona fide educator wishing to join us, and for some reason we reject you, please send an email to the primary contact given at the end of this page, explaining why you feel you fit in with our community, and we'll sort it out.

 

 


 

Moderators: 

 

Name (last, first)

Email address

 

Location (country of residence)

 

About us

Photo

Tawel, Ayat

ayatawel@gmail.com

Tunisia

An EFL teacher, teacher trainer and ICT coordinator at the British Council in Tunisia, with more than 17 years experience teaching different age groups and levels. My main interests are blended learning, using web 2.0 tools in teaching and enhancing creativity in the classroom.

 

 

Da Silva, Jose Antonio

joseantoniook@gmail.com

Brazil

My name is Jose Antonio. I am an EFL teacher living in Brasilia, Brazil.  I have been teaching English for more 27 years and I love what I do. In my classes, I always try to use ICT tools in a way that encourages students to use language meaningfully.  As we prepare for the 2019 learning journey, I would like to welcome all the educators join us this year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Smolcec, Marijana

msmolcec@gmail.com

Croatia

My name is Marijana Smolcec and I am EFL teacher at secondary school in Ogulin, Croatia with 17 years of experience. I am also an eTwinining group moderator. My journey with EVO started in 2011 and has continued since. I am an avid user of webtools and use ICT a lot in my teaching. Hope to share my experinece with all new participants and learn together, cause "learning is fun and sharing is caring" :)

 

 

Filipovic, Sneza

sneza.filipovic66@gmail.com

Serbia

An EFL teacher with 25 years of experience, mainly teaching adults. I have been in EVO since 2012, when I became enthusiastic about using technology in teaching. My main interests are teacher development, learner autonomy and motivation.

 
Zoniou, Efrossini efzoniou@gmail.com Greece

I have been teaching EFLfor 30 years and always tried to incorporate new tools and media in my teaching. ICT4ELT cured my technophobia in 2015. I am interested in how technology can enhance the learning experience of our digital native students so that L2 acquisition is facilitated, improved and made more engaging.

Bozinovic, Sanja msbozinovic@gmail.com Croatia

An EFL teacher with 28 years experience teaching pre-teens and teenagers, currently working as a member of the National Expert Working Group for EFL Curriculum Design in Croatia.

My interests include the use of learning technologies for teaching and PD, learner autonomy, inclusive education, gamification, creativity.

 
Tiziana  Angiolini tizianaangiolinielt@gmail.com Italy

I have been a teacher all my life. I teach English and German to students aged 14-19 in Italy . 

I love learning about web 2.0 tools and the use of modern technology supporting educators. Currently I am involved in learning about  IGCSE English exams  as my school is now preparing the students for the Cambridge exams in English. 

 As I am a life-long learner I am ready to start again working in EVO this year and I will also try to do some EVO sessions.

 
Obenausova, Svetlana obenausova@gmail.com Czechia I am a teacher trainer, I used to teach many subjects at the Faculty of Education, now I specialise on ICT for ELT. I also teach English at the language school, complementing my F2F teaching with online interactive exercises and quizzes.   

 

 

 

Primary Contact

 

Jose Antonio da Silva: joseaokc-at-yahoo.com 

 

 

 

 

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