Mijn vroegere buurvrouw stelde ooit, toen zij zich ergerde aan de geringe bilinguïteit van de Fransen, dat ‘Frans geen taal, maar een spraakgebrek is’. Ik glimlachte instemmend, want de Franse les was voor mij als puber een tweewekelijkse martelgang. Nu ik, …
"Take a moment to think about how you learned to write. What steps did you go through? What was your process?
Most of us learned the same core set of skills on paper: organize, draft, edit, revise, turn in. Our teachers then marked up what we had handwritten or typed, and returned our writing. From there, maybe it ended up tacked to a bulletin board, stuck on the refrigerator door, stuffed into a notebook, or tossed in the nearest trash can. Let's call this Writing 1.0."
Video, audio, and images can help students gain deeper understanding of a question. Previously, struggling readers might have had assessment questions read aloud to him or her. Now, multimedia tools allow these students to take tests independently.
I am working on trying to balance the need to know that my students ‘have it’ with the practical realities of a modern language class. For that reason I have been looking at more and more choice in not only what language students use to demonstrate learning but also in how they do it. This year I have been making more use of the ‘quick conversation’ as a means of measuring learning. So an interaction, recorded on the phone, and then forwarded to me is a new way to offer some formative assessment."
Comment utiliser Facebook en classe ? IInitialement créé pour rassembler les lycéens et étudiants des pays anglophones, Facebook, le réseau social le plus utilisé par les élèves est aujourd'hui très peu exploité par le personnel enseignant.
"Blended Learning is not so much an innovation as it is a natural by-product of the digital domain creeping into physical boundaries. As digital and social media become more and more prevalent in the life of learners, it was only a matter of time before learning became “blended” by necessity.
That said, there’s a bit more to Blended and “Hybrid” Learning than throwing in a little digital learning." Terry Heick
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