PART 4: high tech
using your smartphone or tablet for teaching
electronic boards (touch screen with internet access)
recording audio and making videos (smart phones, audacity)
using google drive or dropbox
buy your own e-devices (HDMI cable, tablets, speakers, etc.)
Poll Created Sun 16 Jun 2013 7:17AM
part 4 -- high tech? Closed Tue 18 Jun 2013 10:00PM
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1 of 4 people have voted (25%)
Mon 17 Jun 2013 12:10PM
This could be a place to talk about the more specialized (and rare) technology ALTs might find available to them.
James Mon 17 Jun 2013 12:10PM
I think we can make a distinction between low and high tech if we need to. (Or just not use the words low and high. Maybe use common and specialized or something)
Like a projector and a computer should be fairly common. Scanners and printers in the teacher's room too. Powerpoint should be available to most people. There is a lot you can do with just powerpoint (if you learn how to control it) and a lot of shared resources on the internet to help you learn.
More specialized tech would be electric whiteboards, special software, computer labs, audio and video recording equipment, etc...
I think we can try to inspire or encourage those that do have specialized technology available to them. For example, I figured out I could change the language of my electric whiteboard software into English and my productivity shot up. Mentioning little things like that might get people more excited to experiment.
carla paloma Tue 18 Jun 2013 1:02AM
sorry JAmes I think we have already decided these things. For now on I think you should focus on adding to the PP presentation on google drive. Focus on designing a concrete example where you successfully used tech please. The body of the presentation has already been designed and I do not wish to spend time AGAIN on it. Sorry I am honestly too busy
Robbie Blackburn · Sun 16 Jun 2013 7:40AM
Is this part distinctly different from Part 3? I feel they could be combined