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Technology Assisted Learning (NILE Course) – ESE-PR
European School of English

Target Audience
This course is for teachers interested in developing their skills in any aspect of applications of Information and Communication Technology. One will be introduced to a wide range of sotware applicable in language teaching and learning and look at how to create and work effecitvely with web pages and web platforms. Participants should have a minimum English language level corresponding to B1 on the CFR.

Course Overview and Outcometi
The course will introduce you to a wide variety of technologies, tools and approaches from both a theoretical perspective and a praccal angle, with hands on sessions focussing on EdTech materials design and delivery. By participating on the course you will learn where technology fits into the language and content learning process, and apply the new skills experiences you have gained to your own particular work context.

Content
Technology Assisted Language Learning includes content drawn from some or all of the following areas:
• Personal language awareness and the language of EdTech;
• A theoretical overview of EdTech core concepts
• Digital tools in learners’ hands
• An introduction to digital literacy
• Remix literacy and copyright issues
• Incorporating websites into your teaching
• Working with media production (audio, video)
• Webquests and task-based learning
• EdTech & continuing professional development (CPD)
Specific course content comes from feedback you and other participants give us through pre-course questionnaires, identifying your needs and priorities. We build time into the course for reflection, to consider how to adapt the content to your own professional context, and practice with the tools and platforms explored. Our course involve a significant element of English language improvement and/or the development of language awareness.

A Sample Course Programme programme
1) Monday
- Course orientation
- Exploring your own technology use and skillsets
2) Tuesday
- The role of EdTech in ELT and key stages in EdTech development
- Voices against EdTech and current challenges to EdTech implementation
3) Wednesday
- An overview of working with websites in class
- Search, information and tagging literacies
4) Thursday
- Word clouds, concordancers, learner tools and webquests
- Multimedia literacy and associated tools
5) Friday
- Images, audio and video in the ELT class
- Remix literacy and issues of copyright
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6) Monday
- Week 1 review and consolidation
- Mobile Learning theory and concepts and comparing our own usage
7) Tuesday
- Necessary steps for introducing EdTech in class and critical success factors
- Blended learning scenarios and approaches
8) Wednesday
- Basic principles in online learning
- Best practices in online learning
9) Thursday
- Planning for technology implementation
- Examining a Flipped Classroom approach
10) Friday
- Presentation of mini-research into a tool or platform
- Theory and practices of teacher development online

Przykładowe zajęcia dodatkowe:

beach games, beach volleyball, bowling *, diving *, horse riding *, surfing *, water sports, windsurfing *, go-karting *

barbecue, boat cruises *, boat party *, cinema afternoon/evening *, city tour/walk, country walk/trekking *, cultural activities, dinner in a typical restaurant, disco, international evenings, international food day, jeep safari *, orientation tour, pub and restaurant evenings, sightseeng, theme workshops, walking tour

Valetta, St Johns Cathedral, Mdina *, Gozo and Comino *, Splash and Fun Park *, Aquarium *, Golden Bay

* zajęcia dodatkowo płatne

Akredytacje

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