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Stations: 


 

Day 1 

 

Creating a Digital Book - Carla Arena

 

Carla Arena supervises the Educational Technology area at the Casa Thomas Jefferson and has been involved in the design and management of CTJ e-learning. she considers herlself a lifelong learner. Her main interests are faculty development and educational technology.

 

This demonstration will show how to create a digital book with students using online collaborative tools.

Resources:

http://issu.com

http://mixbook.com

Some Examples:

Mixbook - Create Beautiful Photo Books and Scrapbooks! | View Sample Photo Books | Create your own Photo Book

 

Mixbook - Create Beautiful Photo Books and Scrapbooks! | View Sample Photo Books | Create your own Photo Book

 

Mixbook - Create Beautiful Photo Books and Scrapbooks! | View Sample Photo Books | Create your own Photo Book

 

Mixbook - Create Beautiful Photo Books and Scrapbooks! | View Sample Photo Books | Create your own Photo Book

 

 

 

 

Blogging for authenticity - Ronaldo Lima Jr

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ronaldo holds an MA in Applied Linguistics and is a Linguistics PhD student at UnB. He is a Casa Thomas Jefferson teacher, EdTech Facilitator and teacher trainer. Technology-mediated language teaching/learning is among his main interests. 

 

This demonstration aims at demonstrating, through meaningful and real-class examples, how blogging can bring more authenticity to students' written production.

Resources:

 

 

Picture Taking and Sharing for Language Learning - Marcus Regis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marcus has been a teacher for fifteen years and working at the casa for five. He is currently taking his MA in TEFL and is a member of the Casa's EdTech team. Photography is one of his hobbies. 

 

A demonstration on how picture taking and sharing can be used as a powerful tool to promote authentic learning. 

Resources: 

 

Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/

In A Shot: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cogdog/265279980/

 

Some Good Ideas: 

Tell a Story in 5 Frames (Visual Storytelling Community): http://www.flickr.com/groups/visualstory/

 

 

 

Kids Own The Night:http://www.flickr.com/groups/visualstory/discuss/72157621482739492/ 

London Bomb Blasts: http://www.flickr.com/groups/bomb/

 

Urban Decay in the US South (A geotagged story): http://www.flickr.com/map/?&group_id=52241627890@N01&fLat=33.499002&fLon=-86.352538&zl=12

Striped Pajamas - Speech Bubbles!: http://www.flickr.com/photos/raytomes/3383578448/

 

More Resources!

Adding Speech Bubbles: http://bighugelabs.com/captioner.php

 

 

Other Cool Stuff You Can Do: http://bighugelabs.com/

 

 

Other Photo Sharing Tools: 

Photo Bucket: http://photobucket.com/

 

Dropshots: www.dropshots.com

My Photo Album: http://www.myphotoalbum.com/

 

Creating a film in a few steps - Erika Cruvinel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Erika Cruvinel has been teaching English at Casa Thomas Jefferson since 1999 and is currently a member of the Casa's EdTech team and Deputy Coordinator at the Sudoeste branch. She is especially interested in the use of Web 2.0 tools to promote authenticity and motivation in the English class. 

 

A demonstration on how to create a film in a few steps to practice English grammar and vocabulary in a fun way. 

Resources:

http://www.dvolver.com

http://www.thomas.org.br/new_ctj/stuff/stuff_interna.php?id=562&Sub=learning&menu=#3

http://www.dvolver.com/live/movies-288540

 

Extra: another great tool to make photos into video

http://animoto.com/

http://animoto.com/play/uEPQxTxenRfUlASyIiJ18w

 

Day 2

 

Digital Storytelling - Lilian Marchesoni

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lilian has been an English teacher for ten years, started teaching at Casa Thomas Jefferson in 2006 and is currently a member of the Casa's EdTech team. She holds a degree in Translation from UnB. She also has a Michigan certificate and a CTJ Teacher Development Course Certificate. 

 

The objective of this presentation is to provide teachers with ideas to create digital stories using comic strips.

Resources: http://www.toondo.com/   http://toondooguide.wordpress.com/

 

 

 

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Creating online games - Claudio Fleury

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Claudio has been teaching EFL for over 15 years. He's been the EdTech monitor at Lago Sul branch for over three years now and has been helping in the introduction of the Online Basics course at the Casa. 

 

This demonstration aims at showing participants how to create online games for practicing and reviewing, with the use of tools already available on the internet. 

Resources:

http://onlinegamesforefl.pbworks.com/FrontPage

 

Wiki - a tool for collaborative projects - Jose Antonio

 

 

José Antônio has been teaching English for 20 years. He´s been a CTJ EdTech monitor at Taguatinga  branch for over 3 years. He holds a BA in Psychology and an MA in TESOL. He is also an E-tutor for the British Council-SENAI SPEAK e-English for Teachers. 

 

This demontration will show participants how to create collaborative projects with a single class or between classes or even teachers 

Resources:

http://pbworks.com

 

Wikis explained - An online handout of this presentation

 

Digital Storytelling Using Voicethread - Victor Jatobá Botelho

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Victor has been an EFL teacher for 11 years. He is a CTJ EdTech monitor at the Asa Norte branch.

 

This demonstration will show participants how to create digtal stories using the online tool, Voicethread. 

Resources:

http://voicethread.com

http://victorjatobabotelho.pbworks.com

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