Published on May 25, 2009
Web 2.0 pedagogy and e- portfolios
Are we ready for the friendster generation?
And what about gifted students? They have learning needs that go beyond what is traditionally offered in the regular classroom. The nature of their abilities requires differentiated learning experiences and opportunities for them to maximize their potential.
Gifted Learners need opportunities to ... • pursue topics of study in greater depth or breadth • engage in authentic and complex academic tasks that require doing real world work • advance through activities at a faster pace • interact with other gifted peers to form social and intellectual connections • and develop a sense of self and the possibilities that the world has to offer.
21st Century learning is Constructivist • Offers diverse resources to a student • Engages students in experiences that challenge their prior conceptions of their existing knowledge • Allows student responses to drive lessons • Encourages questioning by asking open-ended questions • Uses terminology such as quot;classifyquot;, quot;analyzequot;, and quot;createquot;
21st Century learning is Constructivist • Encourages and accepts student autonomy and initiative • Uses primary sources along with interactive materials • Insists on clear expression in communication from students • Is connected and collaborative
Using ICT to meet needs of gifted learners • Siegle (2004, 2007) has suggested that technology of the 21st century can provide educators with new and exciting possibilities for engaging gifted and talented students. • As we enter the 21st century, tools of collaboration have changed dramatically. Over the last five years, there has been a significant change in the Internet. • Friendster has been overtaken by Multiply in popularity among younger Filipinos
What is Web 2.0? • The term ‘Web 2.0’ was officially coined in 2004 by Dale Dougherty, a vice-president of O’Reilly Media Inc. • Many believe the Web has entered a second phase, where new services and software - collectively known as Web 2.0 - are transforming the web from a read only medium to one where anyone can publish and share content and easily collaborate with others. • Friendster, Multiply and Facebook are examples of Web 2.0
How is Web 2.0 changing education? • Teachers are discovering that Web 2.0 can be used to empower students and create exciting new learning opportunities. • Web 2.0 provides opportunities for differentiation of content, process, product and learning environment.
Web 2.0 technologies Web 2.0 technologies are collaborative and conversational. Examples: • Wiki • Social networking • Blogs • Video and photo sharing • Discussion Forums • Podcasting
2D2C of 21st Century Learning
Maraming Salamat po! Note: This presentation was produced using Web 2.0 tools.
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