Promoting Collaboration, Creativity and Formative Assessment Using Any Device In and Out of the Classroom
3 interactive live webinars
May 14, 21, 28, 2021 (Friday)
3:00 pm. - 5:00 pm.(Thailand Time)
register by May 7, 2021
Register for one/two sessions:
Baht 4500 (≈USD 144) per session per participant
Register for all 3 sessions:
Baht 13500 (≈USD 432) per participant
(This is a 'Bring Your Friend' option meaning - two participants can attend for the price of one)
Primary and Secondary teachers across the curriculum
Background and overview:
This webinar will explore how different cross-platform tools can promote collaboration, independent learning, creativity and assessment opportunities.
Delegates will have plenty of hands-on time to explore the power and potential of web tools and apps for enhancing learning in and out of the classroom.
Focusing on pedagogical principles and improving outcomes, Joe Dale will demonstrate how easy it is to enhance learning in a purposeful way with a range of tools which are device agnostic allowing learners to practise, reflect and share the results easily.
Session 1: Friday May 14, 2021
Flipgrid to practise speaking and listening skills in a moderated environment asynchronously, offer video feedback remotely and show learning through whiteboard work and screen-recording
QWIQR conversations to practise speaking and provide audio feedback
Whiteboard.fi to practise speaking and listening skills through drawing and video feedback with Screencastify
Spiral.ac for retrieval practice and feedback
Session 2: Friday May 21, 2021
Wheelofnames.com and autodraw.com to promote writing and speaking skills through random chunking
Classroomscreen.com for organising interactive elements in remote and hybrid lessons
Jamboard to storyboard, brainstorm and co-create multimedia remotely
Flippity.net to promote writing and speaking skills through random chunking
Session 3: Friday May 28, 2021
Socrative to create self-marking vocabulary tests
Quizizz for a range of interactive activities including audio questions for remote listening through gamification
Google Forms and Microsoft Forms to make self-marking quizzes
Padlet to show how learners can collaborate with each other, upload multimedia and give written feedback
Submitting handwritten work as a multi-page PDF with Office Lens and marking it with written and audio feedback
Joe Dale is an independent languages consultant from the UK who works with a range of organisations such as Network for Languages, ALL, The British Council, the BBC, Skype, Microsoft and The Guardian.He has spoken at conferences and run training courses in Europe, North America, South America, the Middle East, the Far East and Australasia.
Joe supported the Erasmus Plus project Conflict to Cooperation with 5 European countries and is currently supporting the Erasmus Plus Project Learning to think and live outside the box.
He was recently described in a Guardian article as an 'MFL guru' and 'the man behind the #mfltwitterati.'.