Tuesday, November 10, 2015

The Rest of Session#2

Main Task (Weeks#11~14)
The rest of Session#2 will be spent revisiting CALL Tools of most interest to you and applying them to your actual teaching.  By the end of Week#11, please create at 'To Do List' of specific tasks you would like to accomplish by the end of the session. Post this list on your blog.  Possibilities include:
  • Creating a new blog and designing it for use as a class website 
  • Using Quizlet to create a set of Flashcard-related activities for specific lessons 
  • Creating a Proprofs/Quizstar quiz, Google form, ppt game, or other activity for your class 
  • Create a classroom management site using Schoology.com Eliademy Socrative.com Edmodo or Classdojo
  • Recording a Google+ Hangout interview with someone 
  • Developing a collection of useful RSS feeds that Korean educators would find interesting (Feedly) 
  • Creating an audio recording (Clyp.it or Voki) related to a particular lesson 
  • Creating and edited video for use in your teaching 
  • Demonstrating how you can use mobile devices in your teaching 
  • Creating maps, mindmaps, and/or graphic organizers for use in a lesson 
  • Creating a Prezi or Powtoon for a specific lesson 
  • Creating a comic-based activity from comics you’ve created (photo or video) 
  • Padlets and/or Wordles for specific lessons 
  • An annotated guide to useful Social Networking Groups for Korean educators (Facebook Groups, Google communities, LinkedIn Networks, etc) 
  • Make your own ‘how-to’ screencast guides 
  • Build a YouTube playlist and post it on your blog 
  • ANYTHING ELSE that your CALL learning passions inspire you to create.
    You might get some additional ideas from the Week#10 Review List


Monday, November 9, 2015

Week#11, Part 1 - Schoology

Register at Schoology.com with a Teacher Account. .

Access our experimental course with this code: 6Z3VX-KFW9K
First, attempt the short Vocab quiz in the Speaking section. 
Afterward, Jeff will give you 'admin permissions' so you can experiment with creating content in our group course or in your own.

To access as the group course as a student, create an account with your other email address or use
Student ID:  bufsttp@gmail.com
Password: D305-Power

 (Schoology Overview screencast parent guide)

Sugata Mitra - SOLE (Self Organized Learning Environment)

Quoting Arthur C Clarke
  • Any teacher that can be replaced by a machine should be!
  • If children have interests then education happens.


The Flipped Classrooma form of blended learning which encompasses any use of technology to leverage the learning in a classroom, so a teacher can spend more time interacting with students instead of lecturing. This is most commonly being done using teacher-created videos that students view outside of class time.

 Let's use Video to Reinvent Education

More about Khan Analytics (starts at 1:10)

Interview with Salman Khan

About Flipped Classroom

The Flipped Classroom Project

Teachers "Doing The Flip" To Help Students Become Learnershttp://www.thedailyriff.com/articles/teachers-doing-the-flip-to-help-students-become-learners-531.php

거꾸로교실 플립러닝 Flipped Learning KBS
PD Journal: 아이들이 즐거워지는 혁명, ‘거꾸로 교실’

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Week#10 - Another Lap around the Buffet

During the rest of session#2, we will focus on applying CALL tools and resources to your teaching situations. Before tackling those challenges, let's take another look at what we've 'tasted' on the buffet so far. Take the next few hours to attempt tasks that interest you, keeping in mind how you might apply these to your teaching.

Things to Do