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SAGTA: German in the Technology Classroom

April 8 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

$20

SAGTA is offering a day of professional development for SAGTA Members:

“Technology in the German Classroom”

Ulla Freihofner has been a specialist teacher at a Queensland State High School since 2008 and is a PhD Candidate at the University of Queensland. She is particularly interested in teaching with technology and student’s self-regulated learning in a foreign language-learning environment. Ulla is teaching Science and Health and Physical Education in a German immersion program and German as a foreign language. She was recently involved in the C2C project for the Department of Education and Training in Queensland as a senior curriculum writer for German Years 5-10.

Ulla’s qualitative research examines student’s interactions, experiences and outcomes in a unique bilingual classroom environment from a student’s perspective. Her research study is based on theories of self-regulation, student voice, content and language integrated learning, pedagogies involving the design of learning management systems and project learning.

Program:

Session 1: Student sense making in a German immersion Science classroom using technology – research meets practice

Session 2: Technology projects for your classroom, practical workshop

Session 3: Sharing developed resources and teaching ideas

Presenter: Ulla Freihofner

Ulla Freihofner has been a specialist teacher at a Queensland State High School since 2008 and is a PhD Candidate at the University of Queensland. She is particularly interested in teaching with technology and student’s self-regulated learning in a foreign language-learning environment. Ulla is teaching Science and Health and Physical Education in a German immersion program and German as a foreign language. She was recently involved in the C2C project for the Department of Education and Training in Queensland as a senior curriculum writer for German Years 5-10.

Ulla’s qualitative research examines student’s interactions, experiences and outcomes in a unique bilingual classroom environment from a student’s perspective. Her research study is based on theories of self-regulation, student voice, content and language integrated learning, pedagogies involving the design of learning management systems and project learning.

Professional Development Certificates will be provided upon receipt of feedback survey.

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Date:
April 8
Time:
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Cost:
$20
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Venue

Education Development Centre
4 Milner Street
Hindmarsh, SA 5007