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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.  

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Jože Plečnik Highschool Ljubljana_2

1. I am going to use the learning scenario to  teach students  how to make and use an individual language/learning e-portfolio. The students are going to create their own- portfolios according to the classroom activities. 

The goal: additional self-evaluation, the use of e-portflios encourages students to play an active role, takes into account their individuality and helps them to become familiar with distance learning.

 

2. Describe a little about one lesson you have taught so far using the tablets:

Students (in groups) are choosing a German celebrity they like and create a fakebook for her, but without name and picture. The other groups then read  the fakebooks and try to add the right name and picture according to the data of the person described.

End of octobre we also organised an student exchange with one school in Vienna and used ICT  for different activities and communication with students in Vienna. http://www.gjp.si/index.php/men-itm-dejavnosti/men-izmenjave/353-izmenjava-na-dunaju

 

3. My three top tips for the teacher using tablets  in the classroom are:

  • think well about how to formulate the task for the students (what is the "learning" question and what should be the outcome) , so that they are able to work productively and can focus on learning;
  • if possible give students the opportunity to choose the program they are going to use for learning ;
  • try to stick to one programm/app in connection with a specific way of working (if possible and if it makes sense), do not use a different programm/app every lesson.

 

4. The two most useful apps that I have tried in my classroom so far are: http://padlet.com and http://www.socrative.com/.

 

5. Two useful apps that students recommend are: http://www.duden.de/rechtschreibpruefung-online,   http://storybird.com/.

 

6. Two goals for teaching and learning in the next 8 weeks are: writing a (e)-CV according to europass (crosscurricular with English and Slovene) and webquest activity .

 

In January we are going to prepare together with students a workshop for the parents of the "netbook" class and show them the use of ICT in different subjects and how  they are used for learning.