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  • >>Adrian: I think it is important to make school fun.

    Adrian: 我認為讓學校變得有趣很重要

  • And when school is fun, you don't get kids waking up in the morning and saying,

    而當學校是有趣的,你不需要早上叫起孩子起床時聽到他們說:

  • "Do I have to come to school again?"

    「我又必須去學校了嗎?」

  • So we embrace technology, because it helps us make learning more engaging.

    所以我們擁抱新科技,因為它幫助我們讓學習變得更有吸引力

  • I believe that when kids are engaged, when kids are interested,

    我相信當孩子更有興趣時,他們能更投入

  • that's where learning takes place.

    學習正是從這裡開始

  • Ho: The kids are really from a very different world now.

    Ho: 現在的孩子們來自一個非常不一樣的成長背景

  • And really to reach out to the kids, you need to be savvy with technology.

    而要真正幫助他們,你需要了解現在的科技

  • If you are not savvy with technology, you're going to lose the kids in the school.

    如果你不了解現在的科技,你將會在學校裡失去和他們的連結

  • >>Teacher: What you want to do right now is, okay,

    老師:你們現在想要做的事情是,好吧,

  • think of the Socratic questions.

    想想這個蘇格拉底的問題

  • >>Adrian: Ngee Ann Secondary School is a typical school in Singapore where we take in students with different academic abilities,

    Adiran: 義安中學是一個新加坡一個典型接收各種不同學術背景學生的學校

  • and we have about 1,512 students in this school.

    我們這間學校擁有大約 1512 名學生

  • And they all come from the neighborhood.

    他們都來自鄰近地區

  • We've got students from the age of 13 to about 16.

    我們的學生年紀從13到大約16歲

  • Many students want to come to this school because of its strong program,

    許多學生想就讀這間學校因為它擁有完整的程式課程

  • especially in the use of IACT, Infocom Technology.

    尤其是使用 IACT (International Academy of Computer Training) 和資訊通信技術 (Infocom = Information & Comunication ) 課程

  • And the teachers here are known to produce very good teaching materials,

    而這裡的老師以能做出非常優質的教學素材聞名

  • and very innovative teaching ideas to engage the students in the classrooms.

    還有非常創新性的教學點子讓課堂內的學生參與

  • >>Lee: In the early 1990s, the teachers really are the monopoly on knowledge,

    Lee: 在 1990 年代初期,老師們擁有所有的知識

  • and they are the one that comes to the class to deliver that knowledge so that the students can acquire them.

    而他們來課堂上傳授這樣的知識如此學生才能學習到那些知識

  • But today, knowledge is no more a monopoly among the teachers.

    但時至今日,知識不再由老師們所壟斷

  • Because students can get knowledge from a myriad of sources.

    因為學生可以從各種來源獲得知識

  • And hence, the role of the teacher today is facilitation.

    因此,今天老師扮演的是一個輔助的角色

  • That means facilitate students where they could get the right knowledge,

    意思是輔導學生哪裡可以得到正確的知識

  • how they could synthesize things, how they could discern the information that they get.

    如何整合資料,以及如何分辨自己所得到的資料的好壞

  • >>Teacher: Velocity defines the rate of change of the sense of time.

    老師:速率定義的是時間內的變化率

  • Is it true or false?

    這是正確還是錯誤?

  • So I want you to Tweet me answer.

    我要你們把答案傳給我

  • So this is how you Tweet.

    這裡是說明你要如何傳送答案

  • This is the format that you need to Tweet.

    這是你傳送的答案格式

  • So you put in "at" sign, "votebytweet 1."

    你要放上 @ (唸作at) 這個符號,後面接著"votebytweet 1."

  • >>Adrian: We look at technology very meaningfully.

    Adrian: 我們認為科技非常有意義

  • And we see how can we leverage this technology to make a very significant impact in the classroom instruction.

    而且我們看到如何利用科技在課堂指導上產生很大的影響

  • I'll give you an example.

    舉例來說

  • In a classroom of 40, it is really impossible to get 40 students to ask 40 questions at one go.

    在一個 40 人的教室裡,一次讓 40 個學生問一共40個問題真的不可能

  • When we use the instant messaging tool, we open 40 windows to 40 kids.

    當我們使用即時通訊工具,我們開了 40 個視窗給 40 個孩子

  • They could ask 40 questions at the same time,

    他們可以同時問 40 個問題

  • and the teacher could see their thinking on the technology tool that they use.

    而老師可以在他們使用的科技工具上看到他們的想法

  • And kids get more excited, because they are using the tools that they are very, very good in using.

    而孩子會感到很興奮,因為他們正在使用他們非常非常擅長的工具

  • Not just a pen and pencil.

    不只是原子筆和鉛筆

  • >>Ben: Okay, so same thing, we will have two students at every terminal.

    Ben: 好的,同樣地,每兩個學生使用一個主機

  • If you have any issues through the terminals, raise your hand, and I'll come to you.

    如果你在使用主機過程中有任何問題,舉起你的手,我就會過去找你

  • Okay? All right, let's go.

    沒問題吧?好,我們開始

  • >>Ben: What the students are doing, they are currently exploring this Second Life Art Gallery, which the school has set up.

    Ben: 這些學生正在做什麼呢,他們正在瀏覽的是學校先前建立的 Second Life 藝廊 ( Second Life 為一3D 社群平台)

  • And the works that are shown in this gallery is actually made up of local works.

    在這個藝廊裡的作品事實上來自本土的創作

  • They have been done by local artists.

    他們是由本土藝術家所完成

  • Of course, of all the online platform is very, very useful because it's something that really engages the students.

    當然,所有的線上平台都非常非常有用因為這些都可以讓學生真正投入

  • They will be chatting with one another about the works using the elements, principles of design.

    他們將會彼此用設計元素和原則的觀點來討論這些作品

  • As well as reading other students comments as well.

    也可以觀看其他學生的評論

  • If they want, too, they can actually leave notes for other students to read.

    如果他們願意,他們事實上可以留言給其他同學來觀看

  • >>Student: [speaking foreign language]

    學生:(說外國語言)

  • >>Adrian: Web 2.0 with Wiki, with your Facebook, your blogs, you find that it's a very participatory culture.

    Adrian: Web 2.0 伴隨著維基、你的臉書、你的部落格,你發現這是一個非常強調共享的文化

  • It calls for a lot of collaboration.

    它需要很大量的合作共享

  • They no longer become just a consumer of knowledge.

    他們不再只是一個知識的消費者

  • They actually produce knowledge.

    他們事實上也創造知識

  • >>Patricia: What is one of the things that you have discovered so far?

    Patricia: 你們到目前為止發現其中一件事情是什麼?

  • >>Student: The electron has a tendency to lose their actions.

    學生:電子有逐漸減弱功用的趨勢

  • >>Patricia: I find that students themselves are often on Facebook,

    Patricia: 我發現學生他們常常在關注 Facebook

  • so instead of looking at Facebook as a distraction,

    與其把 Facebook 當作會分心的事物

  • I would rather use it to engage them.

    我寧願使用它讓學生更投入學習

  • So even like when they're stuck with a certain question,

    甚至當他們被一個特定的問題困住

  • they post up the question to the class, and you see responses,

    他們會把問題貼到班級群組裡,而你可以看到回覆

  • and they are learning from each other, which I think it's better,

    他們正在彼此互相學習,這樣的方式我想是更好的

  • because there's more interest and motivation for them to learn,

    因為這樣會有更多的樂趣以及動機讓他們去學習

  • rather than, "Okay, I'll tell you to do this. And I'll tell you to do that."

    相較於「好,我告訴你要做這個,而你要做那個」

  • >>Adrian: I would say that the teachers in this school, myself included,

    Adrian: 我會說這所學校的老師們,包含我自己在內

  • we scan the globe for best practices.

    我們從全球尋求最好的教學方式

  • >>Teacher: Now, all that URL, you will use the [inaudible].

    老師:現在,對於所有的連結,你將使用這…(聽不見)

  • Okay? Using that hook-up, I want you to see some of the things that will help you.

    有問題嗎?藉由使用那個連結圖,我希望你可以找出一些會能幫助你的東西

  • >>Deepa: We are in the process of watching a model lesson that's being run by my colleague here.

    Deepa: 我們正在收看一個我的同事主持的示範課程

  • And her process of us watching the lesson is to gain some kind of points from her lesson,

    他要我們收看課程的目的是從他的課程中得到一些觀點

  • and also to provide our feedback.

    並且也提供我們的意見回饋

  • We discuss it to come up with a better lesson.

    我們經由討論它來激盪出更好的課程內容

  • Because definitely learning grows with sharing and communication,

    因為學習的成效藉由分享和溝通得以增強

  • and there's definitely in school for improvement for any lesson.

    而這點無疑是學校裡的任何課程都要改進的

  • >>Teacher: All right, first of all, I understand that the purpose of this Skype session,

    老師:好的,首先,我了解這個 Skype 會議的目的

  • we want to confirm the suitability of the pretest.

    我們想要確認這個預先調查是否合適

  • Is this the common agenda that we have?

    這是我們得到的共同綱要嗎?

  • >>Teacher: Yes, a common agenda, yeah.

    老師:是的,一份共同綱要

  • >>Teacher: Yeah, that's right, yeah.

    老師:是的,這樣沒錯

  • >>Teacher: It might be we can think about it is if we give it to the children as is,

    老師:如果我們照這樣的方式教給孩子,結果或許是我們可以想像的

  • some of them might actually come up with the idea of the steepness of the slide.

    他們或許實際上會想出最有突破性的想法

  • >>Muneira: There's always something new to learn. You're never at a standstill.

    Muneira: 總是有新的事物可以學習,你絕對不會停滯下來

  • You're always moving ahead, pushing boundaries, trying to discover new things, new ways of teaching.

    你總是往前邁進,拓展視野,試著探索新的事物,一些新的教學方式

  • So it's exciting, because even if the pedagogy is sound,

    這很令人興奮,因為即使教育很健全

  • there's always a technology that's always challenging us.

    總是有新的科技會挑戰我們

  • And we always have to find new ways to connect with the kids.

    而我們總是必須找到新的方式和孩子們建立連結

  • And to challenge them.

    並且讓他們接受挑戰

  • >>Adrian: So I think we do look at how the world has changed.

    Adrian: 所以我認為我們有確實關注這個世界如何轉變

  • And teaching cannot stay stagnant.

    而教學不能停滯不前

  • So the teachers recognize the fact that they cannot teach the same way that they are taught ten/twenty years ago.

    所以老師們認知到他們不能用過去十年、二十年前同樣的方式進行教學

  • That they have to be very adaptive in their matters.

    他們必須在自己的本分上因應時代而做出許多改變

  • And when they do that well, they know they're going to engage the kids.

    而當他們做得好,他們知道他們正在帶領孩子更加的投入

  • And when you engage the kids, that is where real learning takes place.

    而當你讓孩子更投入,那是真正學習的開始

>>Adrian: I think it is important to make school fun.

Adrian: 我認為讓學校變得有趣很重要

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