What is held in my hands? Digital tools in learning process
By Hajdo Noemi
Created 2 years ago
This presentation it is dedicated to the parents of my students in order to understand my aims, methods, tools and reasons of teaching.
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Slide 1 - What is held in my hands?
Slide 3 - bemutatkozas
Slide 4 - Whom?
Slide 5 - The world is transforming. Is school transforming?
- Transformed child
- Today’s children are different: with different interests, different motivational factors and different way of thinking and behavior.
- Transforming requirements
- Expectations towards employees have changed, it is not the theoretical knowledge that the employers are interested in, but the competence and skills that can be used.
- Non-changing subject contents
- The same lessons and texts are taught as in the past.
Slide 6 - component ?
- Transformed children+ Transforming requirement+old content+ =
- Usable knowledge
- The method which takes into consideration the interest of the child, the expectations and the content.
Slide 7 - What are today’s children like?
- Myths and facts
Slide 8 - Myths and facts
- They are not interested in anything
- Their interest is Benefit oriented
Slide 9 - Myths and facts
- They can not concentrate for a longer period of time
- They are engaged in what they are interested in for hours
Slide 10 - Myths and facts
- They are naughty
- There is an Intense need for communication
Slide 11 - Myths and facts
- They have no persistence
- They are target oriented
Slide 12 - Myths and facts
- They can not work alone
- There is an Intense need for collaboration
Slide 13 - Requirements and Skills
- Lifelong learning
- Solving real problems
- Digital literacy
- Creativity and innovation
- Critical thinking and problem solving
- Communication and collaboration
- Digital skills
Slide 14 - content-syllabus
- Around 80% of the texts is the same, as we were taught.
- As opposed to analyzing the application of rules is emphasized. Composition and correctness is important, too.
- Curricular competencies
- Oral communication
- Oral expression
- Reading and comprehending
- Written communication
- Contemporary texts
- Creativ and fun games
- The use of digital tools
Slide 15 - Digital tools
- With these tools the student can:
- Solve and share the tasks
- Cooperate and communicate
- Create and interpret
- Reason and comment
- The objective: students creativity should be engaged by letting them be creators and consumers