Z and α generations
Need for commitment
Accept that you can learn from the students
15. Value skills: Suggest that students carry out simple tutorials in the target language for the teacher and other students.
See also EOL matrix field 1.3. “Operational school policy”
Ability to collaborate
Let the students propose tools and a form of organisation adapted to collective work
16. Negotiate the tools: Give students the possibility of designing their digital learning environment by proposing tools for interaction, storage, video teaching, etc. in compliance with the constraints of the GDPR, by raising awareness of the students upstream.
Willingness to take responsibility
Differentiate approaches with various media
17. Differentiate: Entrust students with work for the class (research, readings, specific views) to allow everyone to make their contribution to collective intelligence, including with foreign partners. Develop students’ negotiating skills
Various learning profiles
Diversify course materials
18. Facilitate memorisation: Articulate written and oral documents in the digi-tal workspace by making students as responsible as possible for the production of these documents (student moderators, promotion of student production)
What could change in the classroom? Look at the EOL tool “Classroom design”
Vary the semiotic entries
19. Design the teaching: Refine the course materials in such a way that they appeal simultaneously to the left (logic, calculation, language, writing, rationality, abstraction) and right (creativity, imagination, intuition, dreams, emotions, sensory perceptions) hemispheres.
See also EOL matrix field 5.3. “Exploring landscapes”
Develop and enhance student creativity
20. Project working: Vary the format of individual or collective projects (challenges, competitions, collaborative games, solidarity chain, etc.) in order to diversify the modes of exploitation of linguistic and cultural assets and help students build their own speech in the target language.
Explore the EOL tool “Language learning opportunities”
Need to feel competent
Develop all forms of formative assessment, particularly in the form of open badges
21. Develop simple assessment tools: choose simplified graded evaluation (not acquired; ongoing acquirement; acquired; able to train peers), develop mutual assessment between students and train students in self-assessment.
See also EOL matrix field 2.2. “Evaluating and assessing”
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