CARMEN CLIMESCU

My learning diary

Creative Use of Tablets in School
European Schoolnet Academy 2015

About me and my  projects:

I'm Carmen, Professor of Tourism and Economic College teach Hermes, Romania.

-The school support staff in teacher training and allows access to AeL lesson;

-We have two computer labs, two projectors for 1000 students;

--School provides guidance and school counseling in an office equipped with a computer, projector and flipchart.

Project  GREEN FOR ROMANIA

Contest of artistic creation from recycled materials

Lessons develop creativity and practical skills, making decorative objects from recycled materials, achieving box donations and designating those responsible for its opening, organizing exhibition of objects from recycled materials Week "Know more, to be better" 06 -10.04.2015 or Wednesday, 04/08/2015

I am a professor at the College of Economic Hermes, Romania.I teach some students beautiful, involved and willing to do voluntary acts for them and the community.

Module 1

1. Getting started with tablets at school

In this module we therefore explore three key questions that you should consider when using tablets in your teaching and learning:

  1. Why do I want to use tablets? In other words what is the added benefit in general and more importantly what is the benefit for my own situation.
  2. What do I need to consider at a more broader, whole-school level when using tablets?
  3. What do I need to consider at a classroom level when using tablets?

So at the end of this module you should have achieved the following learning objectives:

  1. Reflected on the use of tablets in general as well as in your specific situation
  2. Explored a range of challenges of using tablets in schools
  3. Identified a key challenge for your school and suggested an idea how to address it
  4. Explored a range of challenges of using tablets in classrooms
  5. Identified a key challenge for your classroom and suggested an idea how to address it

Module 2

2. Using tablets for content creation

In this module we have two key questions/tasks.

  1. Identify at least one idea for content you could produce together with your students that has a wider purpose and meaning than just the classroom activity
  2. Create some content with a tablet (can be your personal tablet) to use as an example when doing a content creation project in your class

So at the end of this module you should have achieved the following learning objectives:

  1. Knowledge of a process of developing innovative "learning scenarios"
  2. Understanding of what content creation with tablets refers to and how to implement this pedagogically effective in the classroom
  3. Knowledge of a range of apps that can be used for content creation projects in the classroom
  4. Develop a piece of content with a tablet that can be used as an example in a content creation project

Module 3

3. Using tablets for collaborative learning

At the end of this module you should have achieved the following learning objectives:

  1. Understanding of the concept of collaborative learning and how tablets can support this
  2. Reflected on strategies to develop effective group work
  3. Knowledge of at least a small number of apps that can be used for collaborative learning
  4. Identified some approaches for effectively assessing group work

3.6 Additional resources

More examples, interviews, video materials and other documentation supporting the collaboration scenario can be found below:

  • 3.7 Module 3 activity
  • Question:
  • How do you form groups of students for group work and why do you take this approach? Based on your experience what strategies of forming groups work and which do not work? Why?
  • How do you keep your students focused and on track during collaborative projects? How do you ensure all students contribute to the task?
  • What strategies have you used to assess group work? What are the main challenges for you when it comes to assessing group work?
  • Answer:
  • Module 4

    4. Using tablets for personalising learning & flipping the classroom

    At the end of this module you should have achieved the following Learning Objectives:

    1. Developed a clear understanding of the concepts of personalized learning and the flipped classroom
    2. Understood how to use a number of apps to personalize or flip the classroom
    3. Reflected on an example of how teaching is personalized
    4. Reflected on your own teaching practices as regards personalized and flipped learning and flipped learning
    5. Designed a lesson plan that incorporates ideas, strategies, tools introduced on the course
    6. Reflected on the effectiveness of other people's lesson plans
    7. Developed an understanding of how tablets can support children with special educational needs

    4.7 Additional resources

    Additional videos:

    Course library

    Learning spaces

    The Future Classroom has a large reconfigurable space divided into five ‘zones’ plus an interactive classroom

    Interact

    The Future Classroom Lab has a small interactive classroom to illustrate how a teacher in a traditional classroom uses technology to enhance interactivity and student participation.

    FCL Present zone Present

    An area for teacher and student-led presentations with tiered seating and an interactive whiteboard that can also be flipped into a horizontal position for group work.

    FCL Investigate zone Investigate

    A flexible area for group and project work with integrated technology and power to support investigations, particularly in science and technology.

    FCL Create zone Create

    A mini ‘broadcasting studio’ for video creation, editing and streaming that includes ‘green screen’ technology to help pupils demonstrate their understanding and present their work using new media techniques.

    FCL Exchange zone Exchange

    A breakout area particularly for small group collaborative work that supports project-based learning scenarios and fosters team building.

    FCL Develop zone Develop

    An area where pupils can access learning resources, do individual research and learn informally.

    My  lesson plan on:

    learningdesigner.org    http://v.gd/Uo6hjf  - Hospitality services at the lobby level and service personnel

    TEACHING PROJECT
    School: Economic College "Hermes" Petrosani

    Teacher: Carmen Climescu

    DATE: 5/14/2015

    CLASS: X-D

    MODULE I: Hotel services

    LESSON: Hospitality services at the lobby level and service personnel  

    TYPE OF LESSON: Lesson communication / appropriation of new knowledge

    TIME DURATION: 50 minutes

    Unit competence: UC3 Hospitality services at the lobby level

    Specific competence: Perform tasks on the lobby level

    C4 Individual competence:a) Assume responsibility as job specific powers and duties b) effectively performs specific services c) Creating a pleasant and attractive environment for customers and staff d) Ensure hygiene and safety functionality rooms and related spaces e) Use of material and technical basis of the pensions
    Performance criteria:a) Maintenance of technical and material elements of the accommodation units b) The use of specific equipment of accommodation c) Receipt of the message sent by the true tourist d) Confirmation of understanding the message

    Skills derivatives: CD1: Preparing conditions to meet tourists' expectations CD2: Maintain a continuous cordial relationship with tourists CD3: Putting tourists about other people that you can meet the wishes

    Training Strategy: -Method And teaching methods: conversation, collective discussion, exposure, explanation, brainstorm, learning through discovery, I know I want to know - I learned, questioning, observing directed.

    -Formatted organization: frontal, group, individual

    Place: classroom

    Means for education: record documentation,  Material Power Point, tablets, laptop, projector, SPP manual.

    Lesson Procedures:

    PERSONNEL DUTIES

    Presents maid job for the government and the powers and authorities necessary.

    The teacher shows a schematic:• Duties and powers floor department staff: General government, chambermaid, seamstress, textile washer, floral decorator, Jack.• The teacher divides the students into teams and task states:

    - Fill in your notebook under the heading know all the information that you own the pooled internship
    - Fill in your notebook under the heading want to know all the information you want to find out about duties
    - Fill in the entry books I learned all information obtained at this time.

  • Maintain a continuous cordial relationship with guests by:smile, greeting, positive attitude, nonverbal language and designing team of situations problem solving related part
  • Asking about tourists can meet other people who wishes: resolving complaints
  • The teacher announced that students will score the work teams and will address questions

    Homework

    Essay - Ideal hotel where I would like to work

    June 1 - International Children's Day
    It was once upone a time a book .... which turned into tablet

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    1.How do you form groups of students for group work and why do you take this approach? Based on your experience what strategies of forming groups work and which do not work? Why?
    2.How do you keep your students focused and on track during collaborative projects? How do you ensure all students contribute to the task?
    3.What strategies have you used to assess group work? What are the main challenges for you when it comes to assessing group work?