Technology in Education- What does that mean? -The End of Teaching As We Know It


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I am an educational professional who is passionate about needs analysis and materials creation to enhance student learning of all ages. I hope the content I share here will be of value to you in some way. Opinions are my own and are not those of my employer. Join me at my session for the 2013 TESOL International Conference, "ESL Instruction: Developing Your Skills to Become a Master Conductor", March 21 10:00 AM in room C144. My presentation focuses on listening, speaking and pronunciation music teaching techniques incorporated with ESL teaching. This is not your typical music/ESL presentation with chants and songs. Be prepared to use your vocal chords, diaphragm, lungs, mouth muscles, and arms like you have never used before in pronunciation, speaking and language instruction. Learn how to use music conducting skills in the language classroom to better facilitate language acquisition. Learn how to use music performance skills (vocal and instrumental) to better facilitate language learning. Be prepared to laugh and have fun. I look forward to meeting you and working with you.


One thought on “Technology in Education- What does that mean? -The End of Teaching As We Know It

  1. Times are changing. Love this idea of singing and language. My children can all sing “Mouth, nose, ears, and eyes in Russian” and none of us are fluent! Teachers teaching from homes and buildings with computer labs, gym, 3-D, simulators, labs. I like to call them a mediary–library and go between and media! An interconnected world an a wonderful way to learn languages and geography. Skype visitations scheduled by authors, artists, politicians, engineers, parents, and so on… Augmented reality tied to science, English, math, drama! Virtual worlds! Lay in the tub, at the beach and wave your hand at the computer/tablet to move the cursor and open files. We are in the midst of an exciting metamorphosis of education.

    Posted by Tehescmarts | January 31, 2013, 1:04 am

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