What is held in my hands? Digital tools in learning process

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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What is held in my hands? Digital tools in learning process

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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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  1. What is held in my hands?

    Slide 1 - What is held in my hands?

  2. bemutatkozas

    Slide 3 - bemutatkozas

  3. Whom?

    Slide 4 - Whom?

    • Why?
    • What?
    • How?
  4. The world is transforming. Is school transforming?

    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.
  5. component      ?

    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.
  6. What are today’s children like?

    Slide 7 - What are today’s children like?

    • Myths and facts
  7. Myths and facts

    Slide 8 - Myths and facts

    • They are not interested in anything
    • Their interest is Benefit oriented
  8. Myths and facts

    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
  9. Myths and facts

    Slide 10 - Myths and facts

    • They are naughty
    • There is an Intense need for communication
  10. Myths and facts

    Slide 11 - Myths and facts

    • They have no persistence
    • They are target oriented
  11. Myths and facts

    Slide 12 - Myths and facts

    • They can not work alone
    • There is an Intense need for collaboration
  12. Requirements and Skills

    Slide 13 - Requirements and Skills

    • Requirements:
    • Lifelong learning
    • Self-controlling
    • Solving real problems
    • Collaboration
    • Digital literacy
    • Skills:
    • Creativity and innovation
    • Critical thinking and problem solving
    • Communication and collaboration
    • Digital skills
  13. content-syllabus

    Slide 14 - content-syllabus

    • literature
    • Around 80% of the texts is the same, as we were taught.
    • grammar
    • 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
  14. Digital tools

    Slide 15 - Digital tools

    • With these tools the student can:
    • Learn
    • 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