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Educational technology 2015 1

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A presentation given to my colleagues at CCBEU Franca. I really wanted to share the news on Educational Technology I learned during the BrazTesol Technology Seminar on July 17-18 in São Paulo.

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Educational technology 2015 1

  1. 1. Educational Technology Back-to-work-week July 2015
  2. 2. First things first
  3. 3. Careful! • It’s not that I know more...I just happen to know before. • Sharing is caring. • Once you learn something, become multipliers.
  4. 4. Tech Integration • What kind of technology do you already use with your students? • Go to : • How comfortable are you with “new” technology? • Can you do more / better?
  5. 5. Who are we? • Define a teacher. • Define teaching. • Share your views on TodaysMeet. • Stand up • Grab your mobile devices • Read the QR codes around the room
  6. 6. QR code...
  7. 7. • A QR code (quick response code) is a type of 2D bar code that is used to provide easy access to information through a smartphone or other mobile devices (tablets). • Here are a few examples of QR codes in current use: • QR codes on business cards link to the individual's full resume or website. • A Starbucks promotion featured a QR code-enabled scavenger hunt involving hints accessed through QR codes in the stores. • Quiring Monuments in Seattle puts QR code on gravestones to connects people to an online obituary or a website about the deceased. • In Florida, the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge puts QR codes on signs to connect people to informational videos about wildlife along the trails.
  8. 8. How can we do it?
  9. 9. To create your QR codes • Go to: QR codes GENERATOR: • How can teachers use QR Codes? • Create a series of QR and attach them to physical objects in or outside the classroom as part of a treasure hunt. Each code can supply a clue and a link to further information, which the students need to collect to complete the treasure hunt.
  10. 10. • Students research a topic and present their findings in posters displayed on the classroom walls. They create and include QR codes in their posters, which link to online multimedia resources connected to the project topic (low-tech multimedia poster presentations). • Include QR codes in published books, journals or on paper handouts, which link to further resources. • Of course it’s also a good idea to include the link in full for those without a QR reader.
  11. 11. Look at this
  12. 12. Problems with coursebooks? • Teachers MUST co-author the coursebooks. • Make them relevant to your students. • Turn any book conversation into something more appealing. • To create “fake” phone conversations, go to: • Be creative!
  13. 13. So... • That's it 4 2day. • f U nEd NE help, jst TLK 2 me l8r. thk U all! • What is that??? • Another tool for another presentation.