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Week 2 Live Session

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Week 2 Live Session

 

Going Mobile

 

 

 

 

The attendees were:

•Alina Stangret

•Barbara Horvatic

•Branka Plecas

•Dajana Vidakovic

•Danijela Horvat

•Dubravka Crnic

•Dubravka Spancic

•Gorana Duplancic

•Harshada Lad

•Ida bencaric

•Ines Gaspert

•Larisa

•Lejla Skalnik

•Marina Russia

•Mateja Matkovic

•Monica Leong

•Pascale Muselle

•Renata Kos

•Rom

•Sanja

•Sara Steiner

•Svitlana Cosic

•Valentina Cosic

. Vesna Knez

 

The Recording of Live Session  is available now. You might need to download Adobe Air in your PC. 

 

Here are some screenshots 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (28)

Dubravka Crnić said

at 12:16 pm on Jan 17, 2017

Hello, I've just attended the webinar and I find it very useful. I really like the task with QR codes- I have to admit that today I generated the first QR code in my life and I want to start using them in my classroom so I like Nicky's ideas very much. Although, the problem could be aup, I use mobiles in my classroom but the school rule forbids them- so it could be a problem sending students all around the school in mobiles in their hands.

Jose Antonio da Silva said

at 12:51 pm on Jan 17, 2017

Hi Dubravka,
Congratulations on your first qr-code. I am sure this will be one of many. The session was fantastic. I was so happy I could attend most of it. Hope your school change rules. Meanwhile, you will be the change they need. Eventually others will join and finally the school. Good luck

Marina said

at 12:50 pm on Jan 17, 2017

Hi everyone,
I feel really happy to have attended a wonderful session with a great presenter!M-learning has been attractive for me recently. From time to time my students use their mobile devices in class doing simple tasks such as audiorecording, making video, news reports etc. Today's webinar made me reconsider my approach to it. Why not try simple activities with pictures or an absolutely new for my students QR code activity? I am sure my students will enjoy both. I have some really techno-savvy students who can even help me to create some tasks or a scenerio. It sounds a bit challenging but engaging and motivating.

Jose Antonio da Silva said

at 1:06 pm on Jan 17, 2017

Yes, Marina,
Lots of ideas. There are lots of simple thanks nos we can do with students' devices. I am sure they will love it. The presentation was really inspiring.

Pascale Muselle said

at 2:10 pm on Jan 17, 2017

Hello everyone,
I attended the webinar this afternoon and I really enoyed it because Nickly shared many examples of activities to carry out in class thanks to mobile devices. She was very responsive and very helpful with every attendee. We had the opportunity to talk about QR codes again and it seems so easy. However depending on the school where you teach, some obstacles might come up. For example the number of students or the interdiction to let your students roam in the corridors or library or wherever while they are supposed to be with you inside the classroom, or simply the absence of wifi within the school. You cannot always rely on your students' 3 or 4 G or yours. However despite the possible obstacles, I hope to have a go at QR codes because I am not easlily put off. ;)

Jose Antonio da Silva said

at 7:10 pm on Jan 17, 2017

Hi Pascale,
As I said, it's easy. I am glad I brought up the subject in our TsM chat. Concerning number of students in the corridor, I solve this problem by pairing them up and having one of the pair go outside and read the code and come back to class with the answer, if it's the case. However, sometimes they will all have to go out.
I am sure you and your students will love using them

Larisa said

at 3:31 pm on Jan 17, 2017

Hi everyone,
I liked the session a lot. Though I'm on the way of exploring QR Codes, it was very interesting for me to learn some awesome activities applying them.I'd like to thank Nicky Hockly for sharing a lot of precious ideas for using mobiles in the classroom. I think, my students will enjoy the activity with pictures very much!

Jose Antonio da Silva said

at 7:11 pm on Jan 17, 2017

Hi Larisa,
Qr-codes are sure worth exploring. Go for it. Remember that you can always count on us for help.

Larisa said

at 4:13 pm on Jan 18, 2017

Jose, thank you!

Monica Leong said

at 4:58 pm on Jan 17, 2017

I also think today's session was great. The content was really good and I appreciated how well structured and organized she was. There was not more content in the session than the time allowed for, which is very nice. And it flowed well and made lots of sense.
Until this session, I had never even considered using QR codes in teaching/learning. They don't tend to be something that I see being used around me - not sure what others think - are QR codes a useful tool in your regular community life? (ie not in class?) Anyway, despite my lack of experience and knowledge of them, it sounds like an interesting tool to do a good old idea from the pre-digital days - a cooperative, meaningful language task that takes students out of their seats and gets them working on tasks set out in a scavenger hunt kind of style. The digital tool is the hook, but the teaching/learning activity is not new. It's just good teaching - principled, communicative, meaningful, engaging, etc - in a 2.0 world.

Jose Antonio da Silva said

at 7:16 pm on Jan 17, 2017

Hi Monica,
In my context, QR-Codes are used a lot. The school uses them in posters and in social media. They are ubiquitous. Companies are using them in advertising more and more because if post a hyperlink in QR-code, a potential consumer will just have to scan to access a company website or an advertising campaign. So, they are here to stay it seems.

Svitlana Kuzmych said

at 7:30 pm on Jan 17, 2017

Hi everyone,
The session was amasing. A lot of thanks to Nicky Hockly for great activities with QR codes. I will use some of them with my students and hope they will enjoy very much.

Marie TEHEITAEVA said

at 5:01 am on Jan 18, 2017

Hello,
I took three pages of handnotes during this session. Thank you for all the information. We do have sets of devices in our school. The tablets are locked in a cupboard, which is locked in the computer room... storage issue. I love the QR codes activities presented by Nicky Hockly. I have only used QR codes as a link to a padlet. I really have to think about building an activity with them. Have to do some more reading and practising about it. Thank you.

Ankica Saric said

at 7:24 am on Jan 18, 2017

QR codes are something I have never used before and certainly not in the classroom. I can see how it can make learning English more interesting for my students. This is something I would like to try.

Marie said

at 1:55 pm on Jan 18, 2017

Thank you for this awesome talk dear Nicky! You were perfectly clear and precise and gave me new ideas as I have not yet used QR codes in my teaching!

Marija said

at 2:41 pm on Jan 18, 2017

Now that I have listened to the recording I am even more sorry I haven’t been able to attend it live. Dear Nicky, thank you so much for such a clear and inspirational presentation of using mobile phones at school. I have never used these QR codes before, but you aroused my interest to study it and apply it with my students. I can hardly wait to start! Thanks again for this awesome webinar!

Tiziana Angiolini said

at 7:02 pm on Jan 18, 2017

Hello!
I could watch only this evening the recording of the webinar about the use of modern devices at school" GOING MOBILE". It was an INSPIRING session as the activities presented were aimed at achieving the students' engagement . I had already seen the use of QR codes in teaching and I wish I could use them with my students- I have seen some university teachers using them , but not in secondary school in ITALY. I have seen that our way of working can change if we want to integrate technology into teaching and the more we try to do it , the better it is. Thanks a lot.

Tania said

at 2:34 am on Jan 19, 2017

I just listened to the recording and found it very useful. I liked the very simple icebreaker activities and will definitely give that a go with my next new group. I had never considered using QR codes but loved the idea of a treasure hunt with them. I'm already thinking about how I can make that idea work with my institution. Pretty well all my students have smartphones and I think for the few that don't if this kind of activity was done in pairs it would overcome that problem.

Aloisia Sens said

at 6:06 pm on Jan 19, 2017

Using QR codes in working with my students - a ridiculous idea - that was my opinion before watching the recording today. Now I'm sure using them in my classes either as icebreaker activity or in a treasure hunt. Great ideas and thanks for the inspiration! Not only QR codes but I will also try to "involve" mobiles in my lessons either to record speeches or to make videos. It is very important to show our students that mobiles can serve as an useful tool for learning/ studying.

elisabetegomes said

at 8:19 pm on Jan 19, 2017

It's such a pity I couldn't attend the live session but I watched the recording and it was great. It's extremely interesting, very clear and vivid, with excellent examples. I have just started producing QR codes and already have a few ideas of activities to use them. Thank you so much

efzoniou@gmail.com said

at 8:20 pm on Jan 19, 2017

What an inspiring session! I learnt a lot as I know next to nothing about mobile learning. Lots to think about and devise ways of applying it in my context! Thank you, Nicky!

efzoniou@gmail.com said

at 11:16 am on Jan 20, 2017

There was a problem with the audio disappearing around minute 35 and I didn't get the whole treasure hunt activity, when the students visit the DoS. I would appreciate an outline of this part of the game and the end product of the interview.

Sophie Cholewka said

at 6:39 am on Jan 21, 2017

Great Webinar, fantastic ideas which I am definitely going to adopt and try with my students. I like the idea of an ownership as a motivating factor. Have never used QR codes with my students but now I am determined to give it a go. Thank you.

Sara said

at 2:17 pm on Jan 21, 2017

Woooow, what a great webinair. So much to deepen and explor. I will defenitely use qr codes in my class, as well as as other activities with their mobiles. Thanks a lot!

Heba Alsayyad said

at 5:46 pm on Jan 21, 2017

The whole session is great. I loved the treasure hunt part. For the QR codes, I was familiar with them, but actually this is the first time that I know it can be used in the middle of a class session. Thank you Nicky.

Margaret Jones said

at 7:49 pm on Jan 21, 2017

So good to hear the examples from Nicky about the actual activities she has done. Some really great papers on the website too. Thank you Nicky from me too.

Béatrice H. Alves said

at 1:37 pm on Jan 22, 2017


Just watched Nicky’s session recording and enjoyed all the activities she mentioned for classroom uses. But I really value the considerations she sets about what to take into account before setting a task: device, BYOD, free apps, available wifi, digital literacy of the learners, copyrights, etc. It takes much more than just designing a task to implement mobile learning in schools.

Maria de los Angeles Bortagaray said

at 3:35 pm on Jan 28, 2017

I just watched Nicky´s webinar and found all the activities very useful and engaging! As regards, QR codes, I{m eager to get acquainted with them since I´ve seen them in use so far.

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