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The innovate use of ict in teaching and learning

The innovate use of ICT in teaching (and learning!)

Glogster

http://www.glogster.com/

Online powerpoints

Multiple users work at once on the same file

Presenting research

Are your classes PowerPoints dull?

Copy and pasted from Wikipedia?

Prezi

http://prezi.com

Hard to copy and paste

Great for mindmapping

300% More dynamic

Other ideas:

Make glogs (online posters) on http://glogster.com

Make a storyboard on http://www.xtranormal.com/

PreZentit

http://prezentit.com/

Online powerpoints

Multiple users work at once on the same file

Webtools…

Are free to use websites that help you do stuff

http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/home

These are organised by type

Go to this website, try a few out.

How could you use one of these in a lesson? I challenge you to use at least one of these in a lesson before the summer holidays.

Websites

Physics website

http://lwsphysics.shorturl.com

Get your own free, easy-to-make website at http://www.yola.com

Using t’internet

Want students to learn collaboratively?

Make resources for each other?

Ask each other for help?

Collaborating

Want students to learn collaboratively?

Make resources for each other?

Ask each other for help?

Try a wiki http://www.wikispaces.com

Insert a discussion forum. Add a survey

Insert cool things from http://www.widgetbox.com

Great for KS5!

Want an alternative to post-it notes?

http://corkboard.me/

Want a whole class to collaborate on a piece of work?

http://openetherpad.org/


The innovate use of ict in teaching and learning

But wait…. There’s more!

Webcams

How can I use one in my teaching, I hear you ask?

1) Peer marking

Put student work under webcam

Get student to talk about their work

Get other students to comment on work

2) Demos

Plug webcam in

Open webcam in My Computer

Point webcam at thing you want to demo

Go home satisfied that students didn’t need to crowd around the front desk whilst pushing each other!

Starters

Do you have a starter of pictures?

Want to make it more interesting?

http://www.picturetrail.com/

Is watching phototropism like watching paint dry?

Try time lapse photography.

Loads of apps for free on smart phones (e.g. Motion Pictures)

Can do the same with a webcam too

http://tinyurl.com/d3wj2mr

Photography

What to improve the image of your teaching?

Engaging students out of lessons

Want students to access a link, but its too long/complicate/too much effort to type?

Why not shorten URLs using:

http://tiny.cc/ or http://tinyurl.com/

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/81485606/EM%20Podcast.mp3

Becomes…. http://db.tt/9iMvsgyb

Or generate a QR code

http://www.qrstuff.com/

Which becomes…

Hmmm.. Could this be stuck in planners?

Put QR codes on homework sheets (to promote background reading)

Podcasting

Facts about Podcasting

Podcasts are really easy to make

Children spend more time on their smart phones than on doing your homework

How to make a podcast:

Make a rough plan in advance of the topics to be covered

Record yourself talking (pick a quiet place to do it)

If you want to do any editing, use Audacity (free, easy to use software)

Upload the podcast (e.g. to a public folder on https://www.dropbox.com/ (free storage)

Don’t want to make the podcasts yourself? Get the kids to make revision podcasts!

Sick of badly written, plagiarised coursework drafts?

Get the kids to check the quality of their work on PaperRaterhttp://paperrater.com/

Read more about this project at http://tinorace.co.uk

(See the ICT Innovations category of my blog)

See what I did at http://tinyurl.com/co6f7tp

Do you want to improve your student’s ability to take independent notes? Put a timer in PowerPoint slides and ask the kids to make notes on the slides they see

http://tinyurl.com/c8qtnjy


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