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Gustav Lindqvist

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Listening. Speaking. Reading. Writing. Alignmentplanering. Expand your vocabulary - Knoword. Thinglink in the classroom. #flippatklassrum: #SKOLA3.1 Vi är olika men vi har alla lika värde! Intentionen är närhet istället för avstånd. Förstå istället för motstånd. Gör #SKOLA3.1 till "din grej" men utgå ifrån de tre punkterna nedan.

#skola3.1 tar avstamp från Navid Modiris berättelse om Sverige 3.0 i boken Inte en främling - 41 berättelser om identitet och mångfald. Inte en främling. - An Open Marketplace for Original Lesson Plans and Other Teaching Resources. Seven ideas for using mobile phones in the classroom. The post was talking about if mobile phones are really a distraction and how they relate to classroom management. It talks about a place for mobile phones and says: “Smartphones are here to stay. Period. No matter what we might expect or want, they are not going anywhere.“ I agree that smartphones are here to stay and yes (if you are still sceptical), sometimes they are distraction, but anything can be a distraction.

“The learner has finished” As soon as they start playing with their phones they have finished, or they haven’t finished but they are bored. The article got me thinking about how mobile phones are used in my classes. After I finished reading the article, I started to think about the different activities that I have used mobile phones for. One – Introduce a photo Photographs are generally about things we want to talk about.

I have been doing this activity for a while now and I really enjoy it. The Activity: Ask a student to introduce a photo. Two – Photo it: Photos for studying.