Riadh Khalifah Boujnah
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  • English Language Institute, KAU.
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Title:
Mr.
Organization (if applicable):
English Language Institute, KAU.
Location (City or Town):
Jeddah
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
I would like to attend webinars related to my job in order to enhance my professional development as a teacher.
I am a:
teacher
Grade Level or Age of Students You Work With (if applicable):
19-21
Global Education Projects Sponsored By You or That You're Involved In (if applicable):
None
Languages Spoken:
Arabic, English, and French.

Riadh Khalifah Boujnah's Blog

Building a Global Culture of Accessibility with Mobile Devices

         In his conference, “Building a Global Culture of Accessibility with Mobile Devices,” Dr. Luis Perez, tried to demonstrate how mobile phones facilitate designs for personalized learning seeing that they are responsive to difference and diversity in the way learning occurs. They facilitate designs for situated learning by providing learning during the course of the activity . The presenter also tried to show how mobile phones could make learner-centered learning possible by…

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Posted on December 6, 2013 at 4:48pm

From Static to Dynamic: Engaging Students with Technology to Teach Global Issues

       In her conference, “From static to dynamic: engaging students with technology to teach global issues,” Katharine Robinson tried to emphasize the importance of using technology resources to teach learners new ways of thinking and perceiving the world around them. The advances of information technology should be matched with advances in “teachnology”, a new pedagogy of teaching students to obtain knowledge from useful tech resources such as Worldmapper, Newseum, and…

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Posted on December 6, 2013 at 4:10pm

Students as Creators or Makers: Tools to foster Higher-order Thinking Skills

          In his conference entitled “Students as Creators or Makers: Tools to foster Higher-order Thinking Skills,” Jeff Hoffart tried to show that higher order thinking involves the learning of complex judgmental skills such as critical thinking and problem solving both of which are based on Bloom’s Taxononmy.  These skills are more difficult to learn but they are valuable because they are more likely to be usable in novel situations (i.e., situations other than those in which the…

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Posted on December 6, 2013 at 3:19pm

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