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Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantNIK PEACHEYDEVELOPING MATERIALS ANDPRACTICES FOR THE DIGITALGENERATION


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantNik PeacheyLearning Technology Consultant, Trainer , WriterAssociate Trainer - Bell Educational Services20 Years World Wide Experience in ELTPRINCE 2 Project Manager M.Ed Tech ELT CELTA Trainer DELTA Trainer ICT TrainerMy ebook project:http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/digital-classrooms-online-videoNikPeachey@Mac.Com


HOW DO YOU FEELABOUTTECHNOLOGY?• https://respond.cc/https://mqlicker.com/


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantIS EDUCATION IN CRISIS?“Over the past two decades, the way we learn haschanged dramatically.We have new sources of information and new waysto exchange and to interact with information.Schools and the way we teach have remainedlargely the same for years, even centuries” The Future of Thinking - Learning Institutions in a Digital Age by Cathy N. Davidson and David Theo Goldber With Zoë Marie Jones The MIT Press


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantPEW RESEARCH CENTRE SURVEYSHOWS• More than 75 percent of teens own cell phones.• 73 percent use online social networking sites.• 38 percent share something online that they created,such as artwork, photos, stories, or videos.Nielson Wire Report:• Teenagers averaged 3,339 sent and received texts amonth!


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology Consultant


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantMY RESEARCH


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantENGAGING STUDENTS ON THEIR OWN TERMS“..create assignments, projects andtechniques to capture your students'attention.Projects should be technology-rich, highlyengaging, and fun learning experiences thatreflect real-world skills.”Engaging Students on Their Own Termshttp://thejournal.com/articles/2012/01/20/omg-engaging-students-on-their-own-terms.aspxBy Anthony A. Luscre


MAILVU.COMSPEAKING HOMEWORKhttp://mailvu.com/


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantIN THE BROWSER OR ON MOBILENik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology Consultant


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantIDEAS FORSPEAKINGASSIGNMENTS!http://tinyurl.com/p8j6vh2


READY MADE HOMEWORKDEVELOPING LISTENING SKILLShttp://lyricstraining.com


READY MADE HOMEWORKDEVELOPING LISTENING SKILLShttp://www.eslvideo.com


HOMEWORKCREATING INTERACTIONhttps://vialogues.com


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantWORKING WITH TEXT


WORKING WITH TEXTCREATING A WORD CLOUDhttp://www.wordle.net/create


http://www.cueprompter.com/


WORKING WITH TEXTFOCUS ON LANGUAGEhttp://l.georges.online.fr/tools/cloze.html


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantCREATING A MOBILEFRIENDLY CLASSROOM


CREATING A MOBILELEARNING ENVIRONMENTGET A QRhttp://www.scanlife.com/get-the-appSCANNERhttp://www.tapmedia.co.uk/more-apps.htm


CREATING A MOBILELEARNING ENVIRONMENTCREATE QRhttp://www.visualead.com/CODEShttp://www.the-qrcode-generator.com/


CREATING A MOBILELEARNING ENVIRONMENTUSING QRCODES


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantCREATING A MOBILE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTEXPLOITING QR CODES IN YOURSCHOOLhttp://technogogy.org.uk/qr-codes.pdf


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantVISUALISINGINFORMATION


VISUALISING INFORMATIONINFOGRAPHICShttp://visual.ly/


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantTASKS FOR EXPLOITINGINFOGRAPHICS• Find 5-10 interesting facts in the infographic.• Ask students to use a search engine and check some of the information in the infographic tofind out if it is true or false.• Ask them to try to find a secondary source to support the information.• Tell students to write up some of the information in the infographic as a summary text/report.• Get students to prepare a spoken presentation to the class using an infographic as support.• Get students to produce a quiz about the infographic to check the understanding of otherstudents in the class.• Ask students what information in the infographic surprised them most.• If the infographic is a survey you could get students to compare the statistics in theinfographic with an analysis of their class using the same questions.


http://www.pinterest.com/nikpeachey/boards/VISUALISING INFORMATIONSAVING INFOGRAPHICShttp://www.pinterest.com/


MORE WEB-BASED TOOLSTOOLS FOR LEARNERShttp://www.scoop.it/t/tools-for-learners


THE DIGITAL CLASSROOMS PROJECTONLINE VIDEOhttp://igg.me/at/nikpeachey


Nik Peachey | Writer | Trainer | Learning Technology ConsultantDEVELOPING MATERIALS AND PRACTICES FOR THE DIGITALGENERATIONTHANK YOU FORLISTENING


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