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    Introducing Open Classroom 2.0 to Teachers through Immersive Learning Introducing Open Classroom 2.0 to Teachers through Immersive Learning Presentation Transcript

    • Introducing Open Classroom 2.0 to Teachers through Immersive Learning Kairit Tammets, Priit Tammets, Mart Laanpere Tallinn University
    • Question? How to engage teachers in opening up learning environment through Web 2.0 tools?
    • Project e-Jump 2.0 (1) European Commission LLL Project: Implementing e- Learning 2.0 in everyday learning processes in higher and vocational education. Aim: to promote e-Learning 2.0 and raise the competence and confidence of teachers by developing three electronic training courses Co-ordinated by Estonian Information Technology Foundation (EITF)
    • Project e-Jump 2.0 (2) Partners: Central and Eastern European Networking Association (CEENet); University of Turku; Foundation for the Open University of Catalonia; University of East London; University of Tartu; Tallinn University; the University of Porto and the European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU). March 2009 – Project of the month
    • Courses New technologies in e-learning 2.0 - led by Umeå University New assessment methods - led by the University of Turku. How to Design, Implement and Evaluate an E-Learning Project - led by the Open University of Catalonia
    • Survey Web-based questionnaire (response rate 43%) Questionnaire: background, online learning environment, learning resources, assignments, assessment and feedback and pedagogical design.
    • Participants 120 participants from East and West Europe, Central Asia, the far East and China 63% university, 9% secondary school, 7% vocational school, 5% other academic network organization, 2% business 55% teachers, 13% educational technologist, 11% researchers
    • Course environment Moodle - submitting assignments and learning tasks as links to the e-portfolio software Elgg Elgg - publishing learners’ assignments and reports, also for group discussions
    • Elgg (http://www.elgg.org)
    • Results Learning resources – highest positive feedback Innovative aspects and approaches to teaching and learning Practical skills for using Web 2.0 in teaching
    • Implications •  Scaffolding •  Social presence
    • Thank you! kairit@tlu.ee portaal.e-uni.ee/ejump/