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CALL-IS-Elementary-Education-InterSection-NewTools-Techniques-in-CALL

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TESOL 47th Annual Convention

 

20 - 23 March 2013: Dallas TX

 

Harmonizing Language, Heritage, & Cultures

  

CALL-IS/Elementary Education InterSection Session

 

New Tools/Techniques in CALL  

 

Link to recording HERE | Download the mp3 HERE

Audio hiss for first part of the Elluminate recording removed from mp3 version

 

Session Abstract: 

With technology changing so quickly in all aspects of CALL, this group of professionals explains how they are applying some of the most recent developments in the field, from mobile technology to classroom tools to teacher training.  

 

Time  

Presenters and Topics  

 

1:00 - 1:05  pm 

Introductions  

Roger Drury, CALL-IS Chair-Elect 

Georgia Institute of Technology 

  

 

1:05 – 1:17 

Using Popplet in the Classroom 

Suzan Stamper 

The Hong Kong Institute of Education  

 1:17-1:29 

Improving Oral Communication with Google Apps 

Stephanie Buechele 

Iowa State University  

1:29-1:38 

Q/A 

 

 1:38-1:50 

Using an LMS with Mobile Devices for Teaching International Graduate Students  

Mo Burke 

Georgia Institute of Technology 

1:50-2:02 

Formative Assessment via Technology Products in the Elem. Classroom: Examples that work  

Christel Broady 

Georgetown College, KY 

 

Link to slides here

2:02-2:11 

Q/A 

 

 2:11-2:23 

Webinars for Teacher Development 

Paul Sweeney, IA TEFL Delegate 

Eduworlds Knowledge Ltd  

 2:23-2:35 

Thinking SMALL: Training Teachers in Web2.0 Tools for Teaching and Learning EFL  

Vance Stevens 

Higher Colleges of Technology, United Arab Emirates 

Abstract (100 words): Data gathered on courses to exploit the individual laptop environment for students in the UAE navy college showed high satisfaction with this approach. Training for teachers in the tools and rationale used was organized in a blended environment with 20 steps to be completed emulating the way classes had been conducted at the navy college. As they completed each step, trainees tracked their progress in a shared GoogleDoc while a wiki gave links to what the teachers accomplished as they tackled their 20 tasks. The presentation concludes with teacher reaction to the blended environment used for their training.

Link to slides here

  

 2:35-2:45 

Q/A 

 

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