Making your teaching more effective through technology

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Making your teaching more effective through technology by Mind Map: Making your teaching more effective through technology

1. Ways (How?)

1.1. Basic Tools

1.1.1. 1. Blog Uses For students For teachers For schools Resources blogger edublogs

1.1.2. 2. Mindmap Uses collorative learning Resources Mindmeister

1.1.3. 3. Google docs Uses collorative learning online access Resources google docs

1.1.4. 4. WebQuest Uses development of information literacy interactive learning Resources examples from CUHK other collections

1.1.5. 5. ActiveLessons Uses Resources

1.1.6. 6. Digital Media Projects Lesson Plans for use of technology 1001 Uses for a Digital Camera Digital Storytelling Types Tools Delivery

1.1.7. 7. Visuals Uses Analysis – Information Literacy Design – Visual Literacy Development – Tool Literacy Implementation – Media Literacy Evaluation – Reflective Thinking Resources Scratch PhotoStory Others

1.1.8. 8. M-Learning Multimedia Access Tool Connectivity Tool Capture Tool Representational Tool Analytical Tool

1.2. Effective Ways to Use Basic Tools

1.2.1. 1. Harvesting Google search tip for educators classroom posters lesson plan Beyond Google Wikipedia Wiki search engine Delicious mind maps

1.2.2. 2. Mashing example

1.3. Basic Requirements

1.3.1. Access to Internet

1.3.2. Access to Computers

1.3.3. Learning Management System

1.3.4. Content and Institutional Repositories

1.3.5. Pedagogical design

1.3.6. Transformation management

2. Background (Why?)

2.1. Personal Enhancement of Teachers

2.1.1. Personal Development of new "literacies"

2.1.2. Social Networking

2.2. Facilitate Teaching and Learning

2.2.1. Empower research activities

2.2.2. Increase teacher effectiveness

2.2.3. Improve learning of subject matter content

2.2.4. Make learning more relevant for students

2.2.5. Transformation of practices

2.2.6. Enable assessment for learning

2.2.7. Increase global/regional competitiveness

2.2.8. Create distance learning opportunities

2.2.9. Development of New "Literacies" Traditional literacy Information literacy Visual literacy Critical literacy Media literacy Tool literacy Digital literacy Social Networking Literacy

3. Critical Issues/Challenges

3.1. 1. Critical literacy

3.1.1. Safety

3.1.2. Danger

3.1.3. Useful resources

3.2. 2. Copyright

3.2.1. Creative commons

3.2.2. Useful resources Flickr Microsoft Clip Art Audio Clips