Below you will find a collaboratively written document produced in Bangkok, Thailand, at the March 28-31 teacher’s meeting of EARCOS, the East Asia Regional Council of Schools. EARCOS is an organization of 130 primary and secondary schools that primarily use English as the language of instruction.
These pages are intended to help you if you know what activity you want your students to do and want ideas for the sort(s) of technology that you might use. See What can I do with...? if you want ideas for what to do with a specific tool.
Every teacher has their own words for describing a particular learning activity, so we list the main forms of activity below as a set of general descriptions. To find out how you can use technology to enhance the students’ experience (and yours!) of a particular activity, choose the description that most closely matches what your students will be doing in order to achieve the desired outcome. To help you, each description has set of keywords for the activity and its constituents.
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