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Teachers' Blog Teachers' Blog

Linked with the webinars organised for the project teachers, this blog will display teachers thoughts, plans, ideas and experience with tablets in classroom. After each webinar, the teachers will write a reflective post on the given topic. Along the course of the project, this blog will provide an interesting insight into day to day teaching with tablets.  

Blog topics

 

Teachers' blog Teachers' blog
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Blog 3 - Klaipeda Simon Dach Progymnasium, Lithuania

1. Organisational

  • Challenges: non-traditional organisation of classroom work; insufficient teachers organisational skills to manage the new classroom pedagogical paradigm
  • Suggestions / Solutions: pilot classroom activities based on intellectual technologies, further sharing and wider dissemination of those pilot activities for mainstreaming

2. Content (Scenario)

  • Challenges: non-traditional teaching / learning methods, i.e. more intelligent and student-centred
  • Suggestions / Solutions: implementation of intelligent pilot clasroom / school activieties based of personalised scenarios and "clever" technologies

3. Continuity and Progression (Sustainability):

  • Challenges: lack of mainstreaming activities aimed at wider implementation of intelligent methods and technologies
  • Suggestions / Solutions:mainsteaming of intelligent scenarios and practices based on pedagogically sound learning methods and technologies in terms of teachers seminars, conferences, portals, web-based communities etc.

4. Assessment / Evaluation:

  • Challenges: evaluation of quality is a difficult scientific issue, both top-down (i.e. expert-centred approach) and bottom-up (i.e. learner centred approach)
  • Suggestions / Solutions: more scientific research in the area, improvement of researchers competencies

5. Professional Development:

  • Challenges: lack of financial and technological resources available for large scale teachers professional development. Lack of high-competence teacher trainers
  • Suggestions / Solutions: planning and implementation of large scale teachers professional development programs

6. Resources:

  • Challenges: lack of funding
  • Suggestions / Solutions: public-private partnerships, collaboration with research institutions