This chapter describes how to use recipes adapted to the DigCompEdu framework for the implementation of the digital pedagogy.
Selecting digital resources for Listening Comprehension – Level A2
Using and modifying digital resources – Level A2
Part 1:Teacher considers the specific learning objective and selects the new resources to be used: My Big Fat Greek Wedding trailer. The teacher will create questions based on the video.
Things to consider: At A2 level the teacher will not be able to cut or embed exercises in the video. The teacher will just create a listening comprehension activity.
Part 2: Use office software to create worksheets to enhance the vocabulary skills: Create a worksheet with questions for the learners based on the video
Part 3: There is no restriction on originally produced questions or worksheet, so you don’t have to think about copyright laws.
Part 4: Create a digital presentation of the task : A task description will be created and posted on the Facebook site with the link to the video and the worksheet/questions. The learned structures can be later practiced in the face-to-face class
Things to consider: The teacher needs to have created a closed Facebook group or if the group is not willing to use social media, the teacher will need to collect mail addresses and create a class mailing list.
How to manage, protect and share digital resources – Level A2
Part 1: Share educational content (original worksheet) via Facebook or e-mail.
Things to consider: If using facebook, make sure the Facebook group is closed, For mailing, students have agreed about mail list policy in the class, if not they need to have agreed about the mailing list.
Part 2: Include links in the shared content: On facebook, share a pdf/word document in a closed group via messaging. By email, add an attachment to send to all the recipients.
Things to consider: The teacher needs to think about and form a structure on how to discuss and provide the necessary information in class about the content to be shared, the images, links and property rights.
Part 3: Take measures to protect sensitive data and resources: GDPR should be agreed before the creation of a Facebook group/the creation of a mail list
Things to consider: The teacher includes a preparatory session on GDPR with students.
Part 4: Share information with colleagues. The teacher shares his/her experience with other teachers
Things to consider: Involve other staff members in the concept of digital pedagogy.