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presentation at 4th WCES - World Conference on Educational Sciences - Barcelona 2012 (with Inês Messias)

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    embracing Web 2.0 & 3.0 to support lifelong learning embracing Web 2.0 & 3.0 to support lifelong learning Presentation Transcript

    • embracing Web 2.0 & 3.0 tools to support lifelong learning let learners connect Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas School of Education - Polytechnic Institute of Santarém, Portugal4th WCES - World Conference on Educational Sciences University of Barcelona, Faculty of Library and Information Science 2-5 February 2012
    • let learners connect [key words] Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • let learners connect [lifelong learning] “all learning activity undertaken throughout life, with the aim of improving knowledge, skills and competences, within a personal, civic, social and/or employment-related perspective” (E.C., 2003) to do to know lifelong to be learning to live together[adapted from: Europe-based council ] Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • let learners connect [skills]to actually learn and retain knowledge students must acquire relevant skills e-skills Research Select Achieve Knowledge Learn soft Reflect skills Gather information Collaborate Create Share digital literacy Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • let learners connect [skills] What are these skills? Why are they important? How to achieve them? Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • let learners connect [what are these skills] Capabilities needed to exploit opportunities provided by ICT, ensuring more efficient and e-Business effective performance in conducting and/or establishing new business Skills Capabilites required to research, develop, design, plan, manage, produce, consult, maintain and ICT practitioner skills support ICT Systems Capabilities required to an effective application of ICT ICT user Skills Systems and devices to support work, by using common software tools as Digital Literacy they cover “digital literacy”.[adapted from: e-Skills pyramid in e-Skills for the 21st Century, Richier, A.] Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • let learners connect [why are these skills important] • Applying learning process: • Evaluating problem situation transform information to • Identifying elements of knowledge problem • Recognising shortages in requiered knowledge, informations and skills action plan check do • Finding appropriate • Evaluating gathered information/knowledge resources information • Join/make a learning netwrok • Make/visit appropriate connections • Information gathering/creating • Connections gathering[adapted from: E.Rahimi ] Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • let learners connect [why are these skills important] Know how to collect information To be persuasive and use In digital Environments. appropriate medium in ICT Search| Find|Retrieve Environment Access Adapt|Present Organizing information Communicate Manage for future application Basic Elements Generate Information in ICT environments of Digital Adapt|Apply|Design| Invent Create Literacy Integrate Interpret Information from multiple sources. Summarize Evaluate |Compare|Contrast Make judgements about the information for a specific porpuse. Quality|Relevance|Usefullness|Efficiency[adapted from: Basic elements of Digital Literacy, in California ICT Digital Literacy Assessments and Curriculum Framework Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • let learners connect [why are these skills important] C O M M U N I C AT I O N S K I L L S Language Behaviour Conversation Presentation Proficiency Dialetic Rhetoric Local Self-esteem Foreign Etiquette Dialog Organization Culture Discussion Media Listening Body Language[adapted from: Communication skills in Schulz, B. (2008)] Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • let learners connect [why are these skills important][retrieved from: http://www.iftf.org/futureworkskills2020] Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • let learners connect [how to achieve the skills]How to be digitally savyy and a citizen of digital age / networked society Web 2.0 Virtual worlds Social networks eLearning Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • let learners connect [lifelong learning <-> research] collaborating reading achieving research reflecting participating watching & listening[adapted from: http://edreach.us/2012/01/01/need-a-new-years-resolution-try-a-personalized-professional-development-plan/] Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • let learners connect [bring web to you] RSS Podcast Web 2.0 & Webinar Collaborate Participate Communicate Virtual Interact Youtube Worlds Search Create Share Social Social networking Bookmarking Blog Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • let learners connect [projects] “e-raízes_redes” project stimulates reflections towards a plan for global action. These reflections aim to analyse the impact of ICT, in the scope of major shifts in society (of social, political, economic, cultural and contemporaneous order). “Competences for collaboration and knowledge sharing in a digiatl society” IP – Looking for partners! “Digi_ZIP_ZAP” platform intends to be a bridge between users and web 2.0 tools available at Internet, giving solutions and presenting choices for a better integration in a networked society. Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • let learners connect [final reflection] Digital Society New learning profiles New professionals New ways to create knowledge who master digital technology tools New ways for learning Market necessities e-Skills Crutial to create knowledge with digital technology Ana Loureiro | Inês Messias | Maria Barbas | 4th WCES
    • so... embrace Web 2.0 & 3.0 to support lifelong learning and... let learners connect! ;) Ana Loureiro [accloureiro@gmail.com] | http://accloureiro.weebly.comkeep in Inês Messias [ines.mess@gmail.com ]touch… http://www.ese.ipsantarem.pt/usr/ines/index.html Maria Barbas [mariapbarbas@gmail.com] | http://mariapotesbarbas.com/