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Published on September 9, 2008

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Slide 1: CAE 2008, Integration, Learning Community: Pedagogy, Technology & Course redesign VIII Web 2.0 technologies for Teaching and Learning : Using Wiki Ludmilla Smirnova, Ph.D Mount Saint Mary College NY, USA Slide 2: CAE 2008, Integration, Learning Community: Pedagogy, Technology & Course redesign VIII What is discussed in this Session? 1. What does Web 2.0 mean for you? 2. Web 2.0 features and Principles. 3. What is meant by Cooperative/Collaborative Learning? 4. What and Why Wiki? 5. All about wiki 6. Let's try it! WiZiQ Public Session, 2008 Slide 3: CAE 2008, Integration, Learning Community: Pedagogy, Technology & Course redesign VIII Context: Concepts defined Web 2.0 Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. Slide 4: CAE 2008, Integration, Learning Community: Pedagogy, Technology & Course redesign VIII What is Web 2.0 for you? Jot down your thoughts on the whiteboard… Slide 5: CAE 2008, Integration, Learning Community: Pedagogy, Technology & Course redesign VIII What is it for Learning Teaching ? Availability Productivity Usability Openness Easily-started & implemented Design User-Vetted Helps to be Organized Slide 6: Web 2.0 Common Principles Profile - requires to sign up and fill out   Organizers – specific interface of the site Searching Capability - built in search engines Groups - joining groups of interest Dialogue and Collaboration – ways to communicate/collaborate (Comments, DF, etc.)  Multiple Media – pictures, audio, video User- Friendly Functioning - WYSIWYG Sharing Option (public or private)  Notification - way to inform that the information is changed Beta Development – Constant permanent improvement to medium FREE!!! Slide 7: 9/9/2008 7 Dr. Ludmilla Smirnova Producing Designing Re-mixing Mashing Sharing Uploading Commenting Annotating Blogging Tagging =Categorizing Organizing Bookmarking Validating Searching/ Googling Access A. Church, 2008 J. Bruner, 1960 B. Bloom, 1956 Collaborating, Learning Together Slide 8: MODELS Behavioral Information- Processing Social Interactive Personal Direct/Deductive Indirect/Inductive Indirect/Interactive Indirect/ Independent Study METHODS, ICT Strategies How? Lectures, Presentations, Tutorials, Drill & Practice Inquiry, WebQuests, WIPs, WebBits Jigsaw, Role Play, Collaborative Internet Projects, PBL 9/9/2008 8 Dr. Ludmilla Smirnova Derived from : Joyce & Weil, 1986 Last retrieved Aug. 11 from http://www.sasklearning.gov.sk.ca/docs/policy/approach/instrapp03.html Slide 9: Web 2.0 Tools and services Slide 10: CAE 008, Integration, Learning Community: Pedagogy, Technology & Course redesign VIII What is Cooperation & Collaboration? Source: R.&D. Johnsons (2003) “Nuts and Bolts of Cooperative Learning” Slide 11: CAE 2008, Integration, Learning Community: Pedagogy, Technology & Course redesign VIII What and WHY Wiki? Wiki is a type of Web site that allows the visitors themselves to easily add, remove, and otherwise edit and change some available content, sometimes without the need for registration. Ward Cunningham invented wiki. "Wiki" (/wiːkiː/) is originally a Hawaiian word for "fast". It has been suggested that "wiki" means "What I Know Is".[4] Slide 12: CAE 2008, Integration, Learning Community: Pedagogy, Technology & Course redesign VIII Principles and Characteristics of Wiki Trust Fun Sharing Interaction Collaboration - Platforms Social Networks Slide 13: CAE 2008, Integration, Learning Community: Pedagogy, Technology & Course redesign VIII Let’s Try It! http://teachers21.pbwiki.com Slide 14: In Conclusion The success of Web 2.0 (wiki) environment for collaboration & communication depends on a number factors: Foremost, Web 2.0 tools facilitate a revolution in “distant” collaborative communication potential. Slide 15: CAE 2008, Integration, Learning Community: Pedagogy, Technology & Course redesign VIII Resources: You Tube about Web 2.0 Dion Hinchcliffe's Web 2.0 Blog Web 2.0: Social Revolution What is Moodle? Virtual Learning Environment Blendededu.com - Social Media Resources for Learning in the Digital Aged Teaching for Tomorrow

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