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Toward a Radically Critical Media Education:A Case of Wiki Pedagogical Integration in Greece                Marianna Vivit...
Networked Sociality: Virtue or Vice?• “So what exactly are teens _doing_ on  MySpace? Simple: theyre hanging out…..  This ...
On the other hand…Collaborative Learning requires• Common goals & joint efforts toward problem  solving situations (Rochel...
The Challenges• In what ways                                   Alexandros  – student networked sociality manifests ?  – st...
School BREAK migrates @Sch.I.P.• Wiki technical functionalities allow for:  – Combination of Collaboration…     • Collabor...
Individual + Collective = (Sum)?            188 members                    • 121 active (118S : 3T)             (178S : 10...
Most Visited Pages                                           ‘If I were the                    Main page                Ed...
MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012   8
Personal PagesFrom the self to the external world                       Visual    Arts, Music, Flirting, Friendship, Curre...
MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012   10
MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012   11
The Study: Participants & Methods                      Male               Female         School 1      23                 ...
11                                 /1                                   /2                                        00      ...
Student perspective shifts87                                               School as a Space for :6                       ...
Traditional School in Doubt                                Q1      Αρχικό                   Q2      ΎστεροSchooling & Skil...
@Social Virtual Space for…• Dialogue development• Collaboration & creativity boost; active participation (even for  less ‘...
The Difference• Networked Sociality & Content development  – Internet & services as Tools for Learning• Global perspective...
The School of the Future   Blends                           Reconsiders   • Virtuality & Actuality         Student-Teacher...
Connective technologies as…• Vehicles of educational change toward the  School of the Future. In this space, content  emer...
Toward a Radically Critical Media Education• founded upon the principles ofdemocratic, communitarian, global citizenship  ...
Thank You             for Your Attention!                    Mari@nna Vivitsou                   • Contact: animavit@gmai...
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Toward a Radically Critical Media Education: A Case of Wiki Pedagogical Integration in Greece - Marianna Vivitsou

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In her presentation Marianna Vivitsou (University of Helsinki in Finland) discussed her experience of bringing media education in the classroom through a collaborative wiki project Greek students undertook in 2009-2010.
Marianna presented this presentation during the MEDEAnet webinar 'The Case for Media Education in the Classroom' on 18 October 2012. Find out more on http://www.medeanet.eu/event/webinar-media-education-in-classroom.

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  1. 1. Toward a Radically Critical Media Education:A Case of Wiki Pedagogical Integration in Greece Marianna Vivitsou PhD Scholar, Researcher CICERO Learning, University of Helsinki MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 1
  2. 2. Networked Sociality: Virtue or Vice?• “So what exactly are teens _doing_ on MySpace? Simple: theyre hanging out….. This is important in the development of a social worldview.” danah boyd, 2006 – SNSs profile grounded within the context of offline friends & contacts (boyd, 2006; Zhao et al., 2008) – Social presence sustained through ‘catching-up’ technologies (comments, status updates etc) (Miller, 2011) MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 2
  3. 3. On the other hand…Collaborative Learning requires• Common goals & joint efforts toward problem solving situations (Rochelle & Teasley 1995)• And negotiation targeting shared meaning, cognitive field, knowledge (Nystrand 1986, Rogoff 1990; and others) MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 3
  4. 4. The Challenges• In what ways Alexandros – student networked sociality manifests ? – students approach collaboration ? – Teacher blended presence develops ? Dimitris Marianna MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 4
  5. 5. School BREAK migrates @Sch.I.P.• Wiki technical functionalities allow for: – Combination of Collaboration… • Collaborative content development • Editing & Commenting individually or not – With Sociality: Creation & maintenance of pages • personal & of general interest – + Visual element embeddedness • images & videos MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 5
  6. 6. Individual + Collective = (Sum)? 188 members • 121 active (118S : 3T) (178S : 10T) • 26 admins (20S : 6T) • 12 parent 100 pages (52 (environment, School, Web tools etc.) : 48PP, 38S) • 31 sub-topics • 09 child-pages Plethora of • images, videos, other Media MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 6
  7. 7. Most Visited Pages ‘If I were the Main page Educationsocialization (V=8094, C=589) Minister’ (V=1709, C=83) ‘A School with a Difference: ‘Topics’ Between Now (V=1413, C=39) and the Future’ (V=935, C=54). argumentation MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 7
  8. 8. MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 8
  9. 9. Personal PagesFrom the self to the external world Visual Arts, Music, Flirting, Friendship, Current Profiles news, Obesity, Books & reading… MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 9
  10. 10. MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 10
  11. 11. MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 11
  12. 12. The Study: Participants & Methods Male Female School 1 23 38 61 School 2 31 43 74 School 3 10 15 25 64 96 160• Qualitative Approach and Statistical analysis (SPSS) of quantitative data (questionnaires)• Content Analysis – Questionnaire open-ended items – Student contributions • page edits, comments MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 12
  13. 13. 11 /1 /2 00 9 18 /1 /2 10 00 9 185 25 /1 /2 00 9 1/ 2/ 102 20 09 200 8/ 2/ 20 09 186 15 /2 /2 00 9 175 22 /2 /2 00 9 133 1/ 3/ 20 09 8/ 3/ 107 20 09 15 Active participation/week /3 /2MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 628 00 9 427 22 /3 /2 00 9 29 /3 /2 443 00 9 5/ 706 4/ 553 20 09 12 /4 /2 00 9 19 343 /4 /2 706 00 913
  14. 14. Student perspective shifts87 School as a Space for :6 Collaboration Ομάδα ζςνεπγαηών5 Personality growth Χώπορ ανάπηςξηρ νέων ςπεύθςνων ανθπώπων4 Idea exchange Χώπορ ανηαλλαγήρ ιδεών3 Σηήπιγμα –Enhancement Life εθόδιο για ηο μέλλον210 Q1 Q2 Απσικό Ύζηεπο MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 14
  15. 15. Traditional School in Doubt Q1 Αρχικό Q2 ΎστεροSchooling & Skill Development Mean St. dev. Mean St. dev.Oral Communication 8,16 2,02 3,48 2,12Written Communication 7,75 2,09 3,59 2,16Internet Use 6,88 2,65 4,09 2,13Willingness to Learn 6,39 3,00 3,41 2,03 MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 15
  16. 16. @Social Virtual Space for…• Dialogue development• Collaboration & creativity boost; active participation (even for less ‘sociable’ students)• Peer learning & support; cognitive & meta-cognitive development• Student leadership & initiative• Emotion expressiveness• Real life requirements (“our parents will not always be able to support us”): Self-efficacy, self-esteem• Collective thinking; understanding the ‘otherness’ (“we needed to function not only as individuals but also as a team, and we did..”, “we managed to ‘see’ the other students’ perspective”• Looking at reality Critically (“It would be great if the teachers allowed more space for us…” «Agree... The majority of the teachers… are restrictive… we can’t grow wings to fly away”» MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 16
  17. 17. The Difference• Networked Sociality & Content development – Internet & services as Tools for Learning• Global perspective of the local, the regional, the national – The Self, the Other, the Community• Human relations – Negotiation, Conflict management• (Shared) Knowledge (Co-)Construction MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 17
  18. 18. The School of the Future Blends Reconsiders • Virtuality & Actuality Student-Teacher • Synchronous & Roles @synchronous acts • asymmetry reviewed • multiple actor involvement Negotiates Enhances Student curricular & Teacher specifications Mobility MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 18
  19. 19. Connective technologies as…• Vehicles of educational change toward the School of the Future. In this space, content emerges out of the learners’ definitions of own needs in an on-going negotiation process. MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 19
  20. 20. Toward a Radically Critical Media Education• founded upon the principles ofdemocratic, communitarian, global citizenship 20 MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012
  21. 21. Thank You for Your Attention!  Mari@nna Vivitsou • Contact: animavit@gmail.comPresentation based on:Vivitsou, Μ., Konetas, D., Gkikas, Αl., Kotoulas, V. (2009). From Social Networkingto Web-based Collaborative Learning in Lower Secondary Education: A CaseStudy. In Proceedings 1st Conference Educational Sciences, University of Athens.Athens, 28-31 May 2009. MEDEA Webinar, 18.10.2012 21
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