The web tools and apps we use today

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1. The web tools and apps we use today Elba Mndez Garca 2. Markees Theoretical Framework (2001:120) Proposals for qualitative change in pedagogical materials, approaches, and values that are perceived as new by individuals who comprise a formal (language) education system 3. Three web tools and apps EnglishCentral AudioBoom VoiceThread It is a website and an application for iOS and Android which allows users to listen to, record and share sound files. It is a tool that allows you to load up pictures and videos and then record yourself and others talking about them. It allows you to take a course and speak and learn English online with a speech recognition system, vocabulary and pronunciation tools. 4. English Central It allows you to take a course and speak and learn English online with a speech recognition system, vocabulary and pronunciation tools. 5. Audio Boom It is a website and an application for iOS and Android which allows users to listen to, record and share sound files. 6. Voice Thread It is a tool that allows you to load up pictures and videos and then record yourself and others talking about them. 7. Share three! 8. Our web tools and apps Why using them? What area(s) of language learning are enhanced with each tool/app? What can our language learners do with it? Implementation of innovation 9. Implementation of innovation (Markee, 1997) P5: Innovation is an inherently messy, unpredictable business P6: It always takes longer to effect change than originally anticipated 10. Implementation of innovation (Markee, 2001) Actors Change agents Adopters Resisters 11. Adoption of innovation process (Markee, 1997) Gaining knowledge of innovation Being persuaded of its value Making a preliminary decision to adopt it Implementing decision to adopt innovation Continuing decision to continue using it 12. Psychological profiles Early-adopters Laggards 13. S-shaped diffusion curve: adopters who implement an innovation 14. Being persuaded of its value 15. Being persuaded of its value https://voicethread.com/myvoice/#u756032.b1283689.i12682446 16. Being persuaded of its value https://voicethread.com/myvoice/#u756032.b2134586.i11392758 17. Being persuaded of its value https://voicethread.com/myvoice/#u756032.b2092992.i11150162 18. Persuading others of its value 19. Being persuaded of its value https://audioboo.fm/boos/1918671-cinema-answer 20. Persuading others of its value 21. Being persuaded of its value www.englishcentral.com/ 22. Innovations themselves possess attributes which tend to promote or inhibit their adoption (Markee, 2001) Relative advantage to PA Compativility with previous P ComplexityTrialability Observability 23. Adoption of innovation process (Markee, 1997) Identify opinion leaders Articulate collaborative work with early adopters Provide late adopters opportunities to use it Promote ownership of innovation Bear in mind the diffussion curve Smile: you are a change agent now 24. References Markee, N. (1997). Managing curricular innovation. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press Markee, N. (2001). The diffusion of innovation in language teaching. In Hall, A. and Hewings, A. (eds.) (2001). Innovation in English Language Teaching. Routledge: London, pp. 118 126. 25. Thank you Download slides at: Elba Mndez Garca