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Using 21st century tools to improve teaching and learning in the classroom

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ICT for Education Conference

October 15th Manchester

introduction
Introduction

Eamonn Patrick Duffy: (Irish Heritage-Catholic by birth)

31 years in Birmingham working with:

Children who are often described as:

MSB M(ad).S(ad).B(ad)

Tennal School Community Home:

(On-site residential homes including secure unit with education on site)

Oakhill House District Centre (residential with education on site)

St John’s Community Home (Head of Education)

(On-site residential homes, remand and secure provision)

Frankley CHS (Head of Learning Support Unit)

Oaks Collegiate (9 secondary 1 special school) (Collegiate Liaison - sharing panels)

why powerpoint
Why PowerPoint?
  • Just one of 30 million taking place today
  • Predominantly for the business sector
  • “Death by PowerPoint” (Garber 2001)
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What not to do with PowerPoint

When people put every word they are going to say on their PowerPoint slides this can be very distracting. Although this reduces the need for you to memorise your talk, it will make your slides very crowded uninteresting and boring. More than likely you will loose your audiences attention and they will start looking at their watches and think OMG we have got another 40 minutes of this, I wish I was back in the classroom.

bullet points
Bullet Points
  • It
  • is
  • not
  • a
  • good
  • idea
  • to
  • fill
  • your
  • presentation
  • with
  • bullet
  • points
  • as
  • the
  • audience
  • will
  • quickly
  • switch
  • off
  • and
  • start
  • talking
  • to
  • each
  • other
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Background colours

Using the wrong colour combinations can be detrimental to your presentation

Never mind what your front room looks like at home you do not need to re-create it in the classroom

A light background with a dark text

or

A dark background with a light text

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With PowerPoint and the internet

What you see is not always

What you get

www.whorepresents.com

www.expertsexchange.com

www.penisland.net

www.speedofart.com

www.powergenitalia.com

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Using ICT in the classroom to encourage appropriate behaviour i.e. (Learning and Teaching)15 ways to use ICT in the classroom
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Number 1

Visual stimulus to control noise levels

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This is a good level of noise

Everyone is able to work well

Well done

Keep it up!

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The noise level is rising

ACT NOW

TO RETURN TO GREEN

Possible

Consequences

If we move to red

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The noise level is too high

It is stopping us from learning

Consequences

Will happen

Act Now!

number 2
Number 2

Using a wireless slate

number 3
Number 3

Use ‘Snagit’ to capture screens

Freeze a movie

Capture the image

Create a PowerPoint or Movie

number 4
Number 4

Selecting Groups

number 5
Number 5

Use ‘CrazyTalk’ animation software

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A whole new way of making poetry interestingWritten by John Clare in a Northampton Lunatic Asylum 1844
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Number 6

SlideServe is a free service which gives users the power to easily share and view PowerPoint presentations online. Ideal to use with your pupils so they can view an earlier presentation from your lesson and use it to work outside of the classroom, or if they have missed the lesson for some reason.

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Number 7

Wallwisher

A fantastic online resource which allows users to contribute text, video or audio content to an online collaborative "wall"

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Number 8

UsAudacityto mix music tracks

free download

http://audacity.sourceforge.net

Name the 2 artists

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Number 9

Wordle

Wordle is a very useful tool that allows you to create word clouds from text

Here is one I did earlier:

48 ways to use Wordle

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Number 10

Writeboard

  • An excellent tool for students to use to collaborate on various pieces of work.
  • Every 'Writeboard' created has a URL, so you can get to it from any computer at any time with a modern web browser. Save every edit and roll back to any version.
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Number 11
  • Zoho (presentation software)
number 12
Number 12

Mouse Mischief

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Number 13

HTML to PDF Converter

Convert any web page to a pdf document

No need to download any application just click on:

http://html-pdf-converter.com/

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Number 14

Authorstream

  • Add videos, images or 'YouTube' clips into your PowerPoints simply and easily using this free software.
  • You can also share your presentations and have access to a library of other worthwhile presentations, for use in the classroom.

Todays Presentation:

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Number 15

Shape Collage

  • Make your classroom photos into a collage in seconds, using this free application.
  • Design your own shape to put your photos into.
  • Use the 'YouTube' video link to get a fast and informative tutorial before you start.
bonus
Bonus

The magic ‘B’ button

for more 21 st century resources
For more 21st Century resources
  • http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/65.cfm
  • My e-mail:

e.duffy@frankley.bham.sch.uk

Presentation at:

http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/EAMONN-572885-manchester-conference-presentation/

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