Sandy McAuley • UPEI Education Research Forum • April 14, 2010<br />Web 2.5<br />Web 2.5<br />Reframing Pedagogy and Techn...
What forces will shape schooling in the 21st century?<br />“the multiplicity of communications channels and media”<br />“t...
Not Quite There, Yet…<br /> Web 1.0 • The Read Web<br /> Web 2.0 • The Read-Write Web<br /> Web 3.0 • The Semantic Web<br />
The Knowledge Society<br />
Community<br />    Agency<br />      Ideas<br />Knowledge Building Schools<br />
Knowledge Producing Schools<br />“…schools can consider how communication and communication technologies might be used pro...
The $64,000 Questions<br />To what extent can schools become legitimate sites of knowledge creation/production?<br />To wh...
Two Possibilities<br />MCRI Grant<br />Assessments for 21st Century Skills<br />amcauley@upei.ca<br />
New Relationships<br />
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Web 2.5 & Schools

  1. 1. Sandy McAuley • UPEI Education Research Forum • April 14, 2010<br />Web 2.5<br />Web 2.5<br />Reframing Pedagogy and Technology for Knowledge Creation<br />
  2. 2. What forces will shape schooling in the 21st century?<br />“the multiplicity of communications channels and media”<br />“the increasing salience of cultural and linguistic diversity”<br />The New London Group (2000)<br />
  3. 3. Not Quite There, Yet…<br /> Web 1.0 • The Read Web<br /> Web 2.0 • The Read-Write Web<br /> Web 3.0 • The Semantic Web<br />
  4. 4. The Knowledge Society<br />
  5. 5. Community<br /> Agency<br /> Ideas<br />Knowledge Building Schools<br />
  6. 6. Knowledge Producing Schools<br />“…schools can consider how communication and communication technologies might be used productively in terms of new relationships that could be developed and mediated using these technologies, rather than in terms of information delivery or of doing old things in new ways. The model of knowledge producing schools builds on the idea that, as knowledge producers in a new and significant sense, schools can develop and consolidate new kinds of relationships within and outside the school.” Lankshear & Knobel (2006). p. 201.<br />
  7. 7. The $64,000 Questions<br />To what extent can schools become legitimate sites of knowledge creation/production?<br />To what extent can school/university research partnerships address this issue?<br />
  8. 8. Two Possibilities<br />MCRI Grant<br />Assessments for 21st Century Skills<br />amcauley@upei.ca<br />
  9. 9. New Relationships<br />

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