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Published on June 2, 2007

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Presentation for the WiAOC 2007 conference
Sound files to be found here:
http://webheadsinaction.org/wiaoc2007/Presentations

Open and Participatory Web Publishing WiAOC 20th May 2007 Barbara Dieu and Patricia Glogowski

when new technology is introduced we tend to replicate the existing structures

 

 

 

 

“ I have always imagined the information space as something to which everyone has immediate and intuitive access, and not just to browse, but to create .” Tim Berners-Lee, 1999

"Gradually, people are coming to realize that the term ‘free’ has to do with access, not with price. . .” Tim O’Reilly http://www.december.com/cmc/mag/1995/jul/cutting.html

Today´s learners Actively seek to establish social ties with peers & others (f2f & virtually) Participate actively in interest based online communities

Engage in multimodal networking (text, video, audio, photo) Learn through interaction with others (Vygotsky, 1979 participatory learning)

Learn in chunks & learn at any time/any place Construct their own multi-literacies (social, cultural, cognitive, linguistic & imaginative capital) at an unprecedented pace

Structure of Learning Environment Communication Dynamics affects

when using blogs and social tools in the classroom be aware of what makes this new media UNIQUE

 

Powerful dynamic Web-publishing platforms which allow you to document your learning process, build a personal portfolio and establish a presence online

encourage exploration new experiences observation reflection expression of creativity

Educating for 21st century Social networking Community building and interaction Multi-literacies and autonomy global and local communities local and global connections Develop intercultural communication skills

Social networking

Community building and interaction

Multi-literacies and autonomy

global and local communities local and global connections

Develop intercultural communication skills

Language learning is incidental (travels, interests, exposure to people and situations)

significant conversations, language use and awareness happen in open environments where meaning must be negotiated in different contexts

Blogs and social tools allow for authentic learning authentic language authentic tasks authentic feedback

allow for authentic learning

authentic language

authentic tasks

authentic feedback

Blogs and social tools facilitate active learning community building participatory learning

Are you replicating the traditional teacher-centred and teacher-controlled classroom in these environments?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you Barbara Dieu and Patricia Glogowski

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