Web20-old ToolsAN EDUCATIONAL TREND SINCE IT STARTED 2004
Affordances of web20 Democratisation of the web: User generated content W, W & W Rich Media Content Complex social interactions Socialisation - develop relationships with real people with language Collaboration - to construct and share real knowledge with others. Creativity - create genuine products, combine media Authenticity - activities are real and motivating Sharing - share what they create and learn togetherSource: Web-20-tools-for-Teachers by Nik Peachey
If we allow students to … Own and direct their experience Participate, collaborate, network Produce, co-create, repurpose and share Access multiple sources Use a variety of tools they already use to learn Create their own PLN and PLEsFind & OWN tools they need to do so
So you are now using Blogs Wikis Twitter Anything else? Storybird Flickr Vocaroo Google aps (scholar, translate, maps, earth, hangout)
Find some tools: Langwitches slideshare: 70 tools 70 minutes Go2Web20 Cool Tools for Schools Nik Peachey’s TechBlog Google web20 for educationThen start re-designing your content:http://www.phoebe.ox.ac.uk/
Task for Thursday 29 NovemberIn your Special Interest Groups:1. Open Nik Peachey’s web20 tools for teachers Examine the structure of the tool presentations2. Check the list of proposed tools to explore on Primary and Junior High: http://bit.ly/TeUNyG Senior High and Higher Ed: http://bit.ly/10DrPyq3. Fill-in the table for each tool Description Bloom’s Skills Application4. Select one tool and present it following Nik Peachey’s model – a word doc is on Blackboard to get you started. Create a model, upload it to your ictesol wiki along with your findings5. Present it to the class on Thursday
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